SPIRITUAL CORNER It is not easy to come out of the trap of tamasic dullness or rajastic intoxication. However, life , as Sri Aurobindo revealed in his brilliant interpretation of the Bhagavadgita, needs sattwic consciousness…
Douglas Kellner—a leading social theorist with great insights into Marxism, critical theory and postmodernity—has articulated the contradictions of the contemporary practice of globalization—particularly, the way the experience of September 11 revealed it
EXCERPT | The New Leam believes that the vision/ reality of a meaningful teacher-student relationship have to be communicated. Here is a beautiful reflection by Devi Prasad—a great art teacher inspired by the likes of…
The establishment of community clinics that cater to the needs of the marginalized making healthcare accessible to a greater section of the masses is a key to universal health in India. Zeba Siddiqui
In an intricate narrative, Rabindranath Tagore elaborates the world of a woman entangled in a man’s world and charts out her journey from unfreedom to freedom.
CURRICULAM The Delhi Government is introducing ‘Happiness Curriculum to make students relaxed professionals and give the world happiness. Without constructive change in assessment, will the ‘Happiness Curriculum’ make any difference?
The classroom is like a second home for the child. Each and every child requires to be nurtured with unadulterated care and love to be able to realize her complete potential.
The vocation that one takes up determines to a great extent the motivation and commitment that one has for the work one does. Here the author enables us to take an inward journey of self-exploration.
In this experimental piece of writing, Professor Avijit Pathak brings Gandhi and Herbert Marcuse together; and this blend of Gandhi's philosophy and the gem of critical theory helps us to see the possibility of a…
EDITORIAL JUNE 2018 | Every year several students commit suicide after Board Examination results are declared. [More]