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  • Our basic nature
    on Jan 28, 2013 in India Science
    “It is one of my fundamental beliefs that not only do we inherently posses the potential for compassion but I believe  that the basic or underlying nature of human beings is gentleness. —[Tenzin Gyatso the 14th Dalai Lama] For most of m...
  • Petition to ban archaic/unscientific procedures during medical examination for sexual assault
    on Jan 14, 2013 in Gender Health Care
    Posting an email sent  by Sana [CEHAT] Greetings from CEHAT! As you must be certainly aware, the ‘Delhi Gang Rape Case’ has drawn some attention to the role of health systems in responding to sexual assault and rape. In this light, some...
  • Not silence but Verse: Call for poetry against Violence
    on Oct 22, 2012 in Gender Violence
    It’s violence against women (VAW) awareness month, and Prajnya  is calling you to submit poetry Send us original, powerful, evocative poems in English, Hindi or Tamil (Haikus or Tankas only!) on the theme ‘No Violence, No Silence’ Last...
  • Tag at source
    on Oct 3, 2012 in Curiousity
    Back in the day when pirating music was a big thing, I too had an impressive 40 GB collection. When I say “back in the day” I am talking about the time when internet was all dial-up and the fastest broadband available was 128kbps. 40GB of...
  • Impossible Choices
    on Sep 14, 2012 in Realizations
    “Do the right thing” you were taught as a child, and strive to do so as an adult. But what they didn’t teach you as a child is about impossible choices. Situations that not only have no right choice, but just by their existence chan...
  • Forces
    on Aug 31, 2012 in Philosophy Realizations paradox
    “What happens when an irresistible force meets an immovable object?” A young priest fresh out of seminary once asked me, when he learned that I was a fan of philosophy and other arcane things. I remember the delight on his face, watching...
  • Non-Negotiable
    on Aug 28, 2012 in Realizations
    All of us have non-negotiables. 11 years ago, fresh out of home, when I went to college, my religious beliefs were non-negotiable. “There is one God eternally existent in three persons, the Bible is His word and The Brethren ( my church) unders...
  • The glorious battle
    on Aug 17, 2012 in Realizations
    Remember that part in the new karate kid movie when Jackie Chan makes Will Smith’s son put on and take off his jacket again and again and again and in the end  it all makes sense because he was teaching him the greater lessons about kung fu? A...
  • Lazy
    on Aug 16, 2012 in Realizations
    Every time you do, you become better. When you do the dishes tonight even though are bone tired, your tomorrow begins better. When, after having wasted the whole day preparing to write your assignment, you force yourself to write one paragraph even t...
  • Hierarchies
    on Aug 13, 2012 in Philosophy Politics Realizations
    There is a hierarchy of needs. A hierarchy might not imply one is more important than the other, but it often implies one is more urgent than the other.Roti, kapda, makaan, (survival) always gets more attention than freedom and equality. For a societ...
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