OPINION

Abiy Ahmed has won the Nobel Peace Prize: but big challenges still await Ethiopia

By Mohammed Girma, Research associate, University of Pretoria Abiy Ahmed, the...

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Could the Swavarna Premchand Depict the Life-World of the Downtrodden Dalit?

Premchand was undoubtedly one of the finest writers and storytellers that India has ever...

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To Be Young and to Approach Gandhi in Present Time

It has become a well-worn cliché that ‘India is one of the youngest countries in the...

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Transcending Violence: Gandhi and His Art of Resistance

Today, 150 years after his birth, Gandhi remains more relevant than ever. While we do see...

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Did the Stardom of Amitabh Bachchan Curb His Creativity?

Even though I see an artist beyond the politics of 'awards and prizes', the fact that...

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Remembering Gandhi: The Pedagogue

For most of his life in public affairs Gandhi saw his work as being that of an...

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Mahatma Gandhi’s Role As An Ecologist

While Mahatma Gandhi’s role as a freedom fighter and social reformer has been widely...

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Language as Politics and the Future of a Multilingual Nationality

Indian nationalism has come of age. Much water has flown in the stream of Indian...

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Grading, Student Engagement and Success in Academia

I came across a beautiful piece by a Professor of English Literature the other day. He...

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On Chandrayaan 2 and the Rumours, Comments and Politicisation of the Scientific Mission

Over the last couple of weeks so much has already been written and said about the...

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