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Is there still an Antidote Available?

Don Aguiar Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi is riding broad support from a selected populace that is happy with the country’s direction. Despite the optimism, however, new data shows ...Read More...

Indian women need healthy environment for well-being

By Dr. Rosalin Hansda Life is not merely to be alive but to be well, says Marcus Valerius Martalis. In the era of BETI BACHAO AND BETI PADHAO, women ...Read More...

A tale of two sisters

Chhotebhai What the Dickens? This is not the tale of two cities, but a study in contrast of two of the seven sisters of the North East (NE); specifically ...Read More...

Of trees, plastic bags and more!

An urgent measure to be adopted should be the immediate implementation of rules concerning garbage segregationRead More...

Why is India the “Most dangerous country for Women”?

The biggest challenge for feminist men and women is to change entrenched patriarchal structures and mindsetsRead More...

Naga Nationalism and Naga Integration: An observation

Dr. Salikyu Sangtam Nationalism is one of the most misunderstood terms. Perhaps, it is no wonder that the terms “Nation” and “Nationalism” are rampantly used and abused by scholars, ...Read More...

Open the World

We need to open the world through the four keys given to us by Pope FrancisRead More...

Can only sadhus and not bishops comment on issues of national concern?

Societies that are not fully secularized, clergy does have a hold over society in worldly matters alsoRead More...

Please leave the academia alone

Dr. George Jacob Recently, two prestigious campuses of learning- Delhi’s St. Stephen’s College, and Aligarh Muslim University drew the ireful attention of rightwing lampoons. They decided to vandalize these ...Read More...

One letter too many

A sequel to “Men of Letters”Read More...
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