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Story Posted on 04-10-2015


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Syed Ali Shah Geelani, Hurriyat, India-Pak, Kashmir

After Geelani, who?

Many consider Ashraf Sehrai to be the likely successor.


 |  The Sideways Door  |  3-minute read
Literature, Poetry, The Sideways Door

The transformation of everyday objects

I bring back stones because they remind me of places I want to carry back with me.


 |  School of Thought  |  3-minute read
Mohammad Akhlaq, Dadri, Narendra Modi

Dadri 'beef' lynching: Modi's silence is disturbing

Akhlaq's murder is neither an accident, nor non-political and certainly not a non-communal incident.


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UGC, Education, Smriti Irani

Smriti Irani's obsession with ranking is unhealthy for India's education system

It distracts from real debates and controversies on the ground.


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Congress, Indian freedom struggle, Mahatma Gandhi

Gandhi is still relevant: India has failed him though

Almost seven decades after independence we have not achieved education for all.


 |  Gloves Off  |  4-minute read
World T20, Virat Kohli, MS Dhoni

Can Dhoni prepare a crack team for World T20?

The captain appears to be using the three Twenty20 matches against South Africa to test the younger lot.


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Environment, Wildlife

Why men are better when they are animals

His brilliant display may or may not charm his prospective bride, but it may attract the attention of a predator.


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Dadri Murder, Beef, Tarun vijay

We don't need a Modi bhakt like Tarun Vijay

When will we learn to not politicise communal riots and hate crimes?


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RSS, Narendra Modi, Hindutva

Response to NYT article: Relax, Modi is not a Nazi

Several 'experts' simply don’t have a clue what the PM is talking about that gets ordinary Indians so inspired.


 |  Mixed Medium  |  4-minute read
Dadri Murder, Mohammad Akhlaq, Beef Rumour

Delhi's largest gaushala has a welcome shock for every cow-loving Hindu

Asiya Khan and her husband have spent their lives saving cows that Hindus hold sacred and often leave to rot.