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Are You Watching Your Child Protesting..!

India, Jan. 13 -- Goons enter the JNU college. They thrash professors and students. The Union President, a girl, Aishe Ghoshe is beaten on the head with iron rods, thrown to the ground, kicked, punc... Read More


Family Is First

India, Jan. 13 -- It is a good thing when a man and woman choose to live together as husband and wife. It is a joy to their friends, a warning to their enemies, but only they know the true meaning of ... Read More


Modi's GST

India, Jan. 13 -- The first week of the New Year has barely passed. Yet, we are heading towards a more chaotic situation. There seems to be no respite to it, at least in the near future. Even before w... Read More


The Myth Of The Strong Leader

India, Jan. 13 -- The Nation is Burning Neither the Hindutva think-tank nor Modiji's political instinct foresaw the reaction at the passing the CAA. An observer in Assam described it as a "tsunami of... Read More


Listen To 'We The People'

India, Jan. 13 -- The Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA) has divided and united the nation in the same breath with differing points of view, in support and against the serious implications it has for the... Read More


Interview With CP Chandrashekhar

India, Jan. 13 -- On January 5, a masked mob stormed the JNU campus and attacked students and teachers with weapons injuring more than 30. Opposition parties, JNUSU and injured students have blamed Su... Read More


JNU's Identity

India, Jan. 13 -- A few months ago, I was invited to Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU) by a group of students from the Northeast to give a sermon. They meet at a common facility every Sunday. The univ... Read More


Destroying India's Temples Of Learning

India, Jan. 13 -- On 13 December 1947, in a powerful address at a special convocation of the University of Allahabad, the then Prime Minister of India, the late Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru said, " It is n... Read More


And They Came For Students

India, Jan. 13 -- Mark Twain, American writer, said: Every time you stop a school, you will have to build a jail. Victor Hugo, French novelist and poet, put it differently: He who opens a school door,... Read More


Kota Shows Pitfalls In Healthcare

India, Jan. 6 -- The death of over 100 infants at the Government run JK Lon Hospital in Kota, Rajasthan is a cause for serious concern. While a high-level central team from Delhi will assess the infr... Read More