Our failure to gauge the importance and profundity of Gandhiji’s silence perhaps has to do with the fact that we happen to live in an opinionated, social media-driven and noisy …
As students, this is our moment and we must own it. We have something that this regime lacks: the power of imagination and the ability to think and ask questions.
On the 52nd second of communication blackout in Kashmir, students wrote 52 postcards to the Prime Minister.
Moderators who try and implement the social network’s community standards work in appalling conditions and face a host of mental health issues.
Busy with our smart phones, we seemed to have forgotten not only the art of conversation but also the art of listening.
Hindutva history is a classic case of dogma driven history, which tries to recast a complex and contested past into a rigid ideological mould.
To preserve the best tenets of his own faith and the immense diversity of his tradition, a Hindu today must adopt Gandhiji’s brand of all-inclusive and liberal Hinduism or else …