Monday, 22 October, 2018

Nandita Singh

Nandita Singh
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Nandita Singh is a Journalist at ThePrint. She is a former English Literature graduate from Lady Shri Ram College for Women, and a Young India Fellow. Nandita harbours an immense love for the social sciences and the issues that they encompass. Through her blog, spoken word performances, workshops, and panel discussions, she strives to make the world a more informed, open, and tolerant place. She is particularly interested in the economic, social and political impact of policy decisions on civic society. With a specialisation in political satire and culture, she explores the ways in which human beings interact with the institutions that surround them. She can be reached at: nandita.singh@theprint.in Find her on Twitter: @nandita_singh1
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Supreme Court cannot become the priest between Indians and their Gods

Sabarimala verdict is an example of why the Supreme Court shouldn't intervene in religion.