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Three years of Modi government – an over view

What is obvious is the rise of the Hindutva forces in the country and the centralization of the cowRead More...

As Darjeeling burns, bad news for India

Kanchan Gupta The demand for a separate Gorkha state has come back to life. Long dormant, the desire for a Gorkhaland has been given new breath by the West ...Read More...

Encounter refugees, embrace them

We need to stand up with refugees, to accompany themRead More...

Cooking beef in public to protest

By Vidhi Doshi Kozhikode: As soon as the evening call to prayer sounded over Kozhikode, a line formed along the esplanade. Volunteers started heaping food onto plates, cautious to ...Read More...

Beef, peacock and a heartless Major Gogoi were mere diversions

S.R.Praveen Beef, peacock and a heartless Major Gogoi were mere diversions from some really damaging news for the Sanghi Government in the past few weeks. These are some of ...Read More...

Suicides turn epidemic in ‘God’s own Country’

By Dr George Jacob Kochi: In the last weekend of May, I had an extremely disturbing and difficult undertaking at hand. One of my nephews passed away. I, as ...Read More...

Bihar’s mass cheating scam, only one third students pass

Indrani Basu Two years after viral photos of mass cheating in high school exams in Bihar blew open the holes in the state’s education system, the results show a ...Read More...

Will ban on cattle slaughter turn into reality in Northeast India?

By: Ibankyntiew Mawrie Shillog: The surprising gazette notification issued by the environment ministry recently banning the sale of cattle for slaughter across the country is likely to affect Northeast India ...Read More...

When girl took ‘things’ in hand in ‘God’s Own Country’

By Dr. George Jacob Kochi: Kerala, known for many positives such as a buoyant health care delivery system, natural beauty, healthy Quality Of Life Index, communal amity, a peaceful ...Read More...

Why are millions of Indian women dropping out of work?

The numbers are stark – for the first time in India’s recent history, not only was there a decline in the female labour participation rate, but also a shrinking ...Read More...
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