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It is High Time NDA Addressed Core Economic Issues

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Spread the love           Though there is not much of a difference between a dynasty and a single-party supreme leader in terms of his or her writ being run unquestioned, the fact remains that a voluble democracy like ours always throws up puzzling results at the hustings whenever people feel short-changed or betrayed by leaders who promised […]


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Turbans are the Identity of the Sikhs – IV

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Spread the love            Shameena tells us about the importance of turbans amongst Sikhs. It’s a part of their identities, she says, in the fourth part of her weekly column. A Different Truths exclusive. A very important and exciting event in the life of a Sikh boy is when he starts tying the turban. In a […]


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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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Unwise to Choose Paper Ballot over EVM: Congress Wants to Turn the Clock Back

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Spread the love           The Congress Party’s call for dispensing with EVMs is a retrograde step in a digital age when even 10/12-year-olds are more familiar with smartphones than their parents. The harking back to the days of paper ballots, therefore, will only reinforce the belief that the 133-year-old party has begun to show its age. A […]


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Tales from Srimad Bhagavatam: Was it Just a Vision? – LXII

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Spread the love            Nilanjana recounts a tale from the Bhagavatam about how Nanda, and the gopas of Vrindavan, realised the divinity of his son, Krishna. Read more in the weekly column, exclusively for Different Truths. Sukha asked, “Many a time we cannot tell a dream from reality, isn’t it?” Parikshit agreed, “Yes. When you narrate […]


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Looking at Elders through Selective Eyes: Retirees from News Organisations in Dire Straits

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Spread the love           Retired people from newspaper companies and organisations were never granted proper salaries in their prime time of life. Having craftily ensured low salaries to these essential staff, the management of these newspaper companies also created a debt-trap so that these expert hands could not leave the organisations to join better employment. The debt-trap […]


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A Nude Interlude!

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Spread the love            Soumya, our humourist, recounts a real-life story, an incident from the life of his maternal great-grandfather, in the weekly column, exclusively for Different Truths. This is a story of my maternal great-grandfather, the scion of a feudal family in strained circumstances, who was pursuing his higher education in Calcutta with a view […]


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Amma Meri, a Bold Film, Exposes the Bitter Truth of Agrarian India

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Spread the love            Here’s an exclusive interview, by Mahima, of the independent writer-director Tarun Jain whose short film, Amma Meri, has got the honour to be screened at the IFFI, Goa. A thought-provoking film on how aging elders of the family are pushed to the margins. Read more in the weekly column, exclusively in Different Truths. Mother […]


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The Bengali Fever called Durga Pujo

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Spread the love            Anumita, our Managing Editor, travels back to her childhood days, in her nostalgic piece. She recalls the military-like-parade of six girls along with her Jethu and other interesting details, as part of the special feature, exclusively in Different Truths. During late September and early October, the Bengalis, all over the world get […]


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