South Asia Blog

February 27, 2018

List of Eight Ridiculously Absurd Laws in India

By Avadhoot Potnis, Chair of Academics, South Asia Executive Board  India is the land of organized, orchestrated chaos. Its multifarious angles, inherent contradictions, and a penchant for bypassing the establishment in the […]
February 27, 2018

Colloquium : Why We Must Engage In Reasoned Dialogue

By Anas Khan, Local Coordinator, SASFL Socrates, during his glorious time of challenging the establishment and prevalent convictions within the Greek socio-political landscape, challenged his own beliefs. He did this by pursuing […]
February 20, 2018

Shree Agnihotri

 SFL SUCCESS STORY: Shree Agnihotri SFL South Asia Student leader and former staff member from India now studying law at NYU Shree Agnihotri, a former student leader and Students For Liberty staff […]
February 12, 2018

LibertyCon 2018 Awards Nominations

Students For Liberty is pleased to announce the finalists for Student, Group, and Event of the Year. Finalists were selected based on nominations from Executive Boards, Regional Directors, and Staff. The winner […]
February 6, 2018

Why Debating About Feminism Is Important

By Sukanti Bhave, Advisory Board, South Asia Students For Liberty    On 4th February, the debating society of my alma mater, St. Xavier’s College (Mumbai), announced a debate on the motion ‘Feminism […]
January 21, 2018

Article 19: A Libertarian Analysis

Local Coordinator, Anas Shoeb Khan analyses the Free Speech law in the Indian Constitution from a libertarian viewpoint.    What does the Law state?  Article 19 1 (a) and 19 (2) of […]
January 21, 2018

Ideal Society : 3 Common Errors People Make

By Abeed Khader     The idea of a free society, or an ‘ideal society’, is something an average person would never oppose. They would argue that obviously, people of a nation […]
November 3, 2017

Objectivism Made Easy

Still basking in the excitement of completing an SFL Academy course? Confident you now understand the guiding principles of a free society? Don’t get too comfortable! We’re adding new SFL Academy courses […]
October 25, 2017

South Asia:
September 2017 Update

SFL South Asia SEPTEMBER 2017 UPDATE South Asia hosted it’s second weekly Virtual Reading Group from September 3 to September 24, 2017. The VRG was moderated by Ken Schoolland, who is an Associate […]
September 6, 2017

South Asia:
August 2017 Update

SFL South Asia AUGUST 2017 UPDATE Local Coordinator Retreat South Asia held it’s Local Coordinator Retreat on the 19th and 20th August 2017, in New Delhi, India. The Retreat saw newly recruited Local Coordinators […]
August 12, 2017

South Asia:
July 2017 Update

SFL South Asia JULY 2017 UPDATE South Asia Selects A New Batch of Local Coordinators The Local Coordinators are a significant aspect of the liberty movement in South Asia. From conducting events, to […]
July 26, 2017

You Will Go To Jail for This

“Overcriminalization,” which is the use and abuse of the criminal law instead of civil or administrative law to “solve” every societal problem and punish every mistake, is an unfortunate trend. The criminal […]