VIEWPOINT In this penetrating piece the author has reflected on the implications of the all-pervading psychology of fear; yet, as he indicates, nothing can eradicate the human will to resist the tyranny of power. Avijit…
While the rally raised critical issues regarding the plight of Indian farmers and asserted important claims for the community’ welfare, its stringent political affiliations did not let farmers from across political ideologies take part.
One person commits suicide every 40 seconds in the world. Can we stop stigmatising those with mental illness and devise means to a more inclusive and emancipatory world order?
From Manipur University to JNU - we see a demonic dance of revenge by the likes of Professor Pandey and Professor Jagadesh Kumar Ugly Vice-Chancellors and fall of our universities--this seems to be the new normal.
FROM THE TEACHER’S PODIUM The vocation of teaching is an act of contentedness. A passionate pedagogue touches the soul of the learner and ignites the flame of knowledge. Here is the story of a creative…
VIEWPOINT On Teacher's Day a professor has revealed his 'subjective' experiences, and articulated the meaning of being a teacher - the call of the vocation and its essential spirit. Avijit Pathak
VIEWPOINT On the occasion of Janmashtami the author - a retired college Principal from Ahmedabad, and engaged in cross-religious dialogue - has invoked Krishna, and argued how Mahatma Gandhi's anashakti yoga was in tune with…
The recent arrests of activists working for the oppressed sections of society and the charges of alleged naxalite links has sparked of a nationwide debate on the threat to democratic practice in India.
VIEWPOINT | In this brief note, the author has argued that the constant attack on the dissenters and the spirit of critical intellectual tradition is reminding us of an authoritarian regime.
PERSPECTIVE Five eminent activists were arrested from several states across India on Tuesday, following the probe relating to the Bhima-Koregaon case and their alleged Maoist links.