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Sects, sex and suicide

Avoid the sects, illicit sex and you won’t commit suicideRead More...

Conversion or perversion?

Concluding part of the debate on conversionsRead More...

Can India stop its children from dying?

By: Samar Halarnkar   Bengaluru: Two children younger than 5 die every minute in India. Even by India’s easy acceptance of child mortality, the death of 70 children within five ...Read More...

Rise of angry young women in Kerala

Women in Kerala are increasingly standing up against gender imbalanceRead More...

What is RSS agenda in Education?

By: Ram Puniyani In its recommendation to NCERT, Shiksha Sanskriti Uthan Nyas, an RSS affiliate asks for removal of English, Urdu and Arabic words, the thoughts of Rabindranath Tagore; ...Read More...

Gorakhpur has lots to answer to the nation

The governing apparatus is more interested in the well-being of cows, and indulging in financial jugglery Read More...

Trains and alarm chains

By: Chhotebhai When I travel by train I feel relaxed. I am not tensed about the journey because I trust the driver, the guard and the system. I am not ...Read More...

A Public sector hospital shows the way through the ‘green protocol’

Dr. George Jacob The first quarter of 2017 coinciding with the onset of the Southwest Monsoon witnessed citizens of Kerala succumb to fevers of assorted kinds smudging the otherwise ...Read More...

Black hole in heart

If only metaphors could heal. It’s been 32 years since the late demographer Ashish Bose coined that famously disparaging phrase ‘Bimaru states’, in a one-page report to the then ...Read More...

Parliamentarians and their funds

There have been reports that many MPs return the fund underutilizedRead More...
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