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Human Rights Justice: Who are the Torture Victims? – I

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Spread the love           Amit, our Editor-at-Large (Europe) analyses role of an India based Non-Governmental Organisation working for the torture victims of marginalised groups (such as Dalits, Muslims) using novel methods of testimonial therapy – employing it for the rehabilitation of torture victims providing voice for voiceless, mobilising human rights movement by bringing narratives of injustices of […]


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Her Burning Heart…

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Spread the love           The pain and agony of a mother in an old age home has been evocatively portrayed, by Sarala, exclusively for Different Truths. Behind that burning candle  There stands a heart  That weeps quietly  A rejected mother at  Old age home Drowning in sorrow! She starts chanting the  Beads for the safety of her […]


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Is our Education System a Farce? – I

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Spread the love9          9SharesThese days if a student secures 70% marks, s/he is sad. It like bad second division in our times. Arindam reminisces about examinations during his time. Here he recounts real-life incidents in examination centres which was akin to the theatre of the absurd. Here’s the first part of his article, exclusively for Different […]


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I Feel Your Presence

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Spread the love           A verse in memory of a loved one, by Ritambhara, in Different Truths. I feel your presence, no matter where I am I feel your presence, no matter what I do I can sense the touch when I first held your fingers and took my first step I can sense you in every […]


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Prayers, Process, and Reforms: Some Things do Not Change for Ordinary People

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Spread the love            The state administrative service is rife with arbitrariness and discrimination. Hemashri recounts how her study leave prayer for a higher study to JNU, New Delhi, was not granted, while two other batch mates of hers were allowed relaxation of rules. It will soon be 20 years, the administrative process is yet to […]


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One Last Tagore Birthday before My Death

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Spread the love            A Diaspora, Dr. Partha shares the agony of a Bengali far away from homeland. He confesses, there are quite a few other Bengali immigrants both from Bangladesh and West Bengal — highly educated, scholarly and erudite — who are satisfied with the small society they have and therefore do not feel any […]


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A Child Lost in his Special World

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Spread the love            The pain and agony of a mother of an Autistic child, crushed by the pressures of her life, takes a grim toll. Tapati recounts a heart-wrenching account, based on a real-life incident, in the Special Feature, Exclusively for Different Truths.  The young child was playing with crayons spread around. Mindlessly he would […]


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An eAnthology of Poems on Autism

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Spread the love            Autism: An Advocacy Initiative is a campaign programme of this webzine. We present an eAnthology of Poems, wherein 42 poets, with as many poems, spread across 19 nations [India (17), Mexico (4), Puerto Rico (3), Poland & Germany (2 each) and one each from Kyrgyzstan, Republic of Macedonia, The Netherlands, Viet Nam, […]


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Tales from Srimad Bhagavatam: Krishna and the Gopis – Rasa Krida – LXVII

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Spread the love            In this episode, Nilanjana helps us understand the many colours and hues of love that Lord Krishna explained to the gopis of Vrindavan. It culminates in Rasa Krida, in the weekly column, exclusively for Different Truths. Parikshit smiled, “It is so easy to keep simple folks happy.” Sukha agreed, “Yes, the gopis were very […]


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Marriage Blues

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Spread the love            Our humourist tells us about two married couples in a train journey, in the weekly column, exclusively for Different Truths. I was on a Calcutta-bound Rajdhani when a fascinating family drama unfolded across the passage. I was occupying a berth on the passage side of the coach. Opposite me, the four berths […]


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