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Looking forward to 2015

2014 has been too painfulRead More...

From Peshawar to Bethlehem

A good beginning would be to recognize the “other” as a brother or sister, and not as a threat.Read More...

Why Kerala is like Kuwait, while Madhya Pradesh is like Haiti

American poet Walt Whitman’s “Song of Myself”—“Do I contradict myself/ Very well then I contradict myself/I am large, I contain multitudes”—seems tailor-made for India. Which country can India be ...Read More...

Human rights of tribal people: who cares?

Kerala tribals' stand up stir has completed five monthsRead More...

India’s deepening communal cleavages

Emboldened individual Hindu activists “could be testing the waters, testing precedent, testing the limits of the politically possible”Read More...

Big salute to Rohtak sisters

The Haryana sisters from Rohtak have said more eloquently what the society at large needed today. The actions of these girls from the hinterland have spoken louder than any ...Read More...

India’s Tipping Point

Isn’t self-discipline integral to both sanitation and progress?Read More...

CONSECRATED LIFE: Breaking the tether

It is normal that all of us get used to things that we do routinely. We begin to do things automatically without even taking note of things, because we ...Read More...
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