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Veteran Cricketer Sunil Gavaskar has his own theory about Shahid Afridi using the rhetoric of receiving immense love from India, more than from Pakistan Cricket teams in Indian stadiums. That may or may not be the case. The direct impact of the statement, however, is that while Afridi has been applauded on this side of

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Corruption in India is one of the most menacing threats that our economy has been battling since independence. At all levels of bureaucracy, corruption has seemingly taken its toll and has corroding the structure of our nation. Be it private or public sector, we Indian people have the tendency of misusing the public position or

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The JNU Controversy and Rohit Vemula’s suicide have taught us some valuable lessons. First and foremost is the fact that none of the minorities or marginalized classes are safe in India. The idea of secularism is dead and voice of dissent has been brutally silenced. These two events have also brought to light the fact

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   Quite often we see a situation which appears hopeless and we expect the worst. I have seen tragedies in which a father, a bread winner dies, and whole world wonders how is family going to survive. Instead of the family going down the drain, it produces a son or daughter with resolve and determination

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Depression is a phenomenon of discontentment. Why this phenomenon exist? The reason is that every person is born with an unlimited desire for enjoyment.But,everyone has very limited capacity of fulfillment.It is this gap in human nature that makes people live in unrest. Is this phenomenon due to a defect in nature?Not at all.It is due

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When one looks at the history,war is not a solution and war has never been a solution to any problem in the world. It has only brought death and destruction and more importantly increased the sales of fancy artillery and weaponry in the form of fighters jets like F-16’s and F-17’s worth millions. These days

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It is not the 1975-1977- like Emergency in India. But actions of some of the Modi government’s ministers and Sangh Parivar and its allies, leaders are reminiscent of the Emergency period’s mindset-perhaps even worse. In what way the situation is likely to influence the future  political scenario? An answer to the question cannot be attempted

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Change remains constant…..!Yog Rahi Gupta.The only constant thing in our life is change! The winds of change blow through our life, sometimes gently,sometimes like a monsoon storm. We hate being disturbed from our resting places-and having to move to another level of living.But the change is inevitable, and desirable. Sometimes,when the winds of change begin

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Truths cannot be suppressed .Not by distortions,not by malicious propaganda and certainly not by intimidations and ruthless acts. Unfortunately, to the public memory are added incidents of brutality, designed and intended by the powerful and mighty to silence certain uncomfortable truths. The murder of Sabeen Mahmud in Karachi lately,the fearless champion of human rights and

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Muslims constitute about one fourth of global population scattered across the globe and considerable number is living in western countries. The kind of challenge that Muslims are facing today needs to be deliberated upon in the right context. The overarching narrative in the western media paints the followers of Islam as the believers of some