OPINION

Reflecting Upon Our Times, a Journey Within and Without

26th November,1949 was the auspicious day when the Constitution of India was adopted,...

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Normalising Violence Against Women: How Many More Priyanka Reddys Do We Need?

Dr. B.R Ambedkar's clarion call on solidarity has a deep meaning which is related to...

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When Education Destroys Us…

It was a moment of pleasant surprise. The other day a young bright girl asked me a...

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Bhagat Singh’s version of nationalism and what it may mean for Indian education

Friends, we are gathered here to remember one of India’s great freedom fighters, Bhagat...

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Why is the Transgender Community Fighting Against the Government’s Transgender Persons Bill?

It had been just four days after the Transgender Persons(Protection of Rights) Bill 2019...

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Bindu Ammini’s Entry into the Sabarimala Temple and India’s Long March for Gender Equality

On Monday, November 25,  a man from a Hindu outfit named Srinath Padmanabhan attacked...

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The 26/11 Mumbai Terror Attacks and BJP MP Pragya Thakur : One Candidature, Multiple Meanings

It was in the evening of 26 November 2008 that India’s vibrant financial and...

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Jyotirao Phule: The Thinker Who Compelled us to Think

Jyotirao Phule was of India’s greatest thinkers and anti-caste social reformers who...

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Reflecting on the Conditions of Justice

(T)he character of exchange is the primary character of justice.     ~ Friedrich...

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Is there hope for a Hong Kong revolution?

By Paul Monod, Professor of History, Middlebury Hong Kong may seem like an...

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