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The End of all Arguments

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Spread the love           There was a culture hero who lived in what is today’s West Africa. He was especially well known and praised by the Ashanti People of Ghana. He was none other than the spider Ananse, the trickster, the master of all the stories of the world after he bought the stories from Nyame the […]


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Take Me to the World of My Dreams

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Spread the love           Ritambhara dreams of a beautiful world of her dreams, where there is happiness, joy, and glee, a safe world for children. A Different Truths exclusive. A smile on every face Contentment in every heart Respect and empathy in every attitude Forgiveness and helpfulness is where the norm This is the human race of […]


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Return of Gussy Fink Nottle

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Spread the love            The principal of an international school has read my book and admired it greatly and has shared her opinion and appreciation of the book in particular and my writing in general on the social media. Totally flattered on having an intelligent articulate attractive young lady fan, we were in touch through social […]


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Neither Khaki-Knicker nor Coloured Boxers Fit: Question Mark Over Fitness of Government Itself

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Spread the love           Rathore’s challenge was ill-timed. He should have also known that the information and broadcasting portfolio he recently took independent charge of is jinxed. I&B ministers invariably land in trouble. Their tongues loosen and their tweets go wild, viral-like Nipah! Smriti Irani got kicked out for being overly confident and now Rathore. Both in […]


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Touching Lives

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Spread the love            She wanted to marry a classmate from her business school, who was from a different community and working in another small town at the end of the country.  They seemed perfectly matched with similar job profiles and taste and knowing that the young man was also a wannabe writer who had also read […]


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Diplomatic Struggle of India against Racial Apartheid[1] in South Africa and its Contemporary Hypocrisy on Human Rights

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Spread the love           India since its Independence until the 1970s has played a central role in mobilising third world countries on the issue of Self-determination and racial equality. Amit, our Editor-at-Large (Europe) critically analyses India’s diplomatic move employing ‘human rights’ in United Nations General Assembly to counter racial discrimination in South Africa[2]. Along with discussing a […]


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A Weed of Mine

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Spread the love            Atrayee fictionalises a real-life experience about how an autistic child chose her, tugging on to the pallu of her saree. The paroxysms of emotions and his acceptance make him bloom. Read more in the Special Feature, exclusively for Different Truths. ‘Let me sow the seed and water it. Let it sprout first. […]


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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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The Great Sunday Family Meal: Lets Dine together

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Spread the love            Eating family meals is associated with healthier dietary habits. Surveys have found that teenagers that eat with families consume less soda and unhealthy foods. Also, their diets fared better in key nutrient content. The benefits are not limited just to children. Having a wholesome healthy family meal is a perfect way for […]


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