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The one where deep inequity, persecution and hatred prevail?
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The protesters are demanding action against the assailants.
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'Threat and intimidation' cannot silence me, she said.
'We believe in peace, non-violence and upholding human dignity'
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Fascism masterminds the transmission of fear. It finds democratic expression of individual angst as well as collective protest blasphemous. These oppressive masters truly believe that they have alread...
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Dear Boys, I am sorry. Yet again, I've failed you as a mother. I was supposed to prepare you for the world, teach you the ability to distinguish right from wrong, and ensure that you grow up to be se...
Criticism is highly encouraged but not when it's directed at the CPM.
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Rajyavardhan Rathore, Minister of State for Information and Broadcasting, recently warned the country that a paradigm shift was taking place in the art of warfare. India now finds itself in the midst of “psychological war”, in his view. He pointed out that even as the horror in Kashmir unfolded, we all missed thousands of unguided tweets being exchanged between India and Pakistan. These 140-character missiles must have been terrifying…
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Arnab Goswami -- and scores of influential but divisive people like him all over the world -- will immensely benefit by reading the wonderful book ‘The Story of Civilization’ by British philosopher C.E.M. Joad. This short book was written in 1931 as part of a “How & Why” series of books, the intended primary audience for which was most probably children and young adults.
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India's strong moral fabric often haemorrhages in the hands of opportunistic power mongers. The naiveties of its masses are preyed upon by the power-hungry, robbing them of opportunities to thrive and prosper. Bereft of choices and let down by their supposed caretakers, the disenchanted masses are bound to develop an affinity for anarchy in their struggle for survival.
I look at videos about women's empowerment, I read stories about it, I start believing in it and yet when I open my ears a little in the real world, I see the same old crap. Women still work 20-hour shifts, divided between their job and housework, people still think rape is all the victim's fault, wives are still beaten as par for the course. Closer to home, my husband still thinks that him taking care of his child is "baby sitting" or a "favour" to me.
What a strange country we live in. On one hand our fine officers of law enforcement are scouring through two plus minutes of a Snapchat video spoofing two great Bharat Ratnas to determine if it’s defa...