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A Case Study of SCERT textbooks from Kerala: Decoding Meanings, Perceptions and Implications

An analysis of textbooks and resource materials can open up many possibilities of understanding meaning, perception and implications on the minds of children.

A Delicate Weave: folk singers from Western India celebrate diversity in the face of intolerance

Can folk music contribute to the generation of a climate of peace and tolerance, this article shows how exactly this is being done by some folk singers from western India.

Exploring the Dialogic Possibilities of a Music Classroom

The article explores the usage of music as a possibility for generating dialogue in our classrooms.

The COVID-19 crisis and the Vulnerability of Human Existence: It’s time to Redefine Ourselves

Dissociated with nature, isolated in pain and stigmatised in illness: how cruel has society made us? A reconnect with nature is our innermost need.

Tagore on the Human Being as an Artist: Some Implications for Education

Tagore’s views on human nature and the creed of universal humanism are fruits of his years as an institution-builder, curriculum-maker and pedagogue.

 Time For Committing Ourselves to Ideals and Aims of Bhagat Singh and His Comrades

In the days to come we will be remembering the ideals and aims of Bhagat Singh and his close colleagues and fellow-maryrs a lot....

2021: Can We Say ‘No’ to the Cult of Narcissism? 

From the traumatic pain of psychic bewilderment to the light of resistance—we passed through diverse experiences in 2020. As we welcome 2021, is it possible to nurture the spirit of love and justice?

Karl Marx: Our Lost Conscience

EDITORIAL / Karl Marx was born on May 5,1818. On his birth anniversary The New Leam pays homage to one of the most illuminating minds of modern times.

Why Contribution of K.A.Abbas to Indian Cinema Can Never Be Forgotten

If one has to select the film-maker who has the longest, the most intense as well as most enduring involvement with socially relevant films...

Migrant Crisis or Cosmopolitan Crisis: India’s Middle Class Apathy to the Plight of the Migrant Class

The societal apathy and institutional neglect faced by India’s migrant class as it boarded Shramik Special trains amid the lockdown, point to a lack of willingness for serious engagement.

Community/The Coronavirus Pandemic and the Debate Around Work and Play

A young scholar looks at his own life before and during the pandemic in this engaging commentary

The Art of Overcoming the Ghettoization of Mind

As the Delhi massacre shocks the nation, it is important to rediscover our hidden possibilities and to overcome our limiting identities, and strive for collective healing.