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May Day with Ordinary Men and Women in the National Capital

This May Day, The New Leam spoke to ordinary workers from different sectors and unpacked...

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

SPECIAL ESSAY The following is the textual version of the lecture delivered for the...

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Assam in Cacophony over the Citizenship Amendment Bill

THE CITIZENSHIP AMENDMENT BILL The Citizenship Amendment Bill has generated widespread...

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Exploring Tagore’s Love, Longing and Humanity

SPECIAL ESSAY Rabindranath Tagore experienced tremendous pain and emotional turmoil when...

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The Inspirational Story of Sabriye Tenberken

INSPIRATIONAL JOURNEY A sudden accident can often alter the path of one’s life. When...

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At Rishikesh: A Cup of Coffee with Thich Nhat Hanh and Jiddu Krishnamurti

SPECIAL ESSAY In this rhythmic piece the author has reflected on his engagement with the...

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How the moral panic over ‘sexual sadists’ silenced their victims

Any one of us is capable of sadism … We might acquire it through an accident, or...

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Lessons from the Soliga in Times of Ruthless Development and Statist Monopoly

Hegemonic and authoritarian models of development are often against both communities and...

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To Love One is to Love All

SPECIAL ESSAY The innocence of children often has the excellence to reveal the most...

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The Need for Science Teachers to be Good Storytellers

SPECIAL ESSAY “The story – from Rapunzel to War and Peace – is one of the basic...

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