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A series of letters from detainees in one of America’s largest jails reveals the mounting dread and uncertainty as the coronavirus spreads inside the 7,500-inmate facility.
It is the young who hold the key to the future of democracy, it is in their innovative and self-reflective practices that a nation may salvage itself. Here is a heart-felt letter written by a young mind, reflecting on our times.
Indira Gandhi was in Mussoorie in 1928 when her father Jawaharlal Nehru began writing to her a series of lucid letters that talked about themes as diverse as politics, arts, epics, civilizations, science and culture. On her 34th death anniversary, we recall the significance of the letters she exchanged with her stalwart father and the deep impact it had on her mind.
Each week we invite our readers to share their thoughts and ideas on contemporary issues. Here is a reflexive letter by a reader who feels angry at the disappearance of meaningful dissent.
LETTERS It’s through your participation and constant goodwill, that we have come this far. Please continue to share your important feedback to enable us to grow and continue to be your voice.
LETTERS It’s through your participation and constant goodwill, that we have come this far. Please continue to share your important feedback to enable us to grow and continue to be your voice. E-mail : firstname.lastname@example.org
LETTERS In this section our readers can Join the ongoing debates and express their ideas by sending in their important letters to – email@example.com
In this section our readers can Join the ongoing debates and express their ideas by sending in their important letters to - firstname.lastname@example.org
The New Leam has been working in the field of education for quite some time. It is happy to introduce a new column-a series of letters that Professor Avijit Pathak would write to young students pursuing humanities and social sciences at the school level. As an innovative pedagogic form, a letter of this kind is likely to arouse the imagination of students, and make them experience joy and meaning in learning-something that is becoming increasingly rare in an environment filled with utilitarian coaching centres and obsessive exam anxiety.