Raghav Chawla's Blog (1)

In the darkest of alleys, in morbid times, let there be light: Moral leadership shall prevail.

By: Aparajita Datta and Raghav Chawla,

Undergraduate Engineering Students

University of Petroleum and Energy Studies, India

A blot of ink falls on the paper and soils it. Our present, too, similarly lies smeared with such colors of our history, the colors that have conventionally defined leadership. Religious leaders have come and gone, stating and reinstating decrees; the tyranny of military…


Added by Raghav Chawla on December 30, 2013 at 5:00pm — No Comments

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