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Was Dickens Convinced that his Father had Failed him, Despite Loving Him? – V

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Spread the love           Through Joe, Dickens indicts yet finally exonerates his ineffective father. Pip is incredulous that Joe views his wife as a “master-mind”, a judgment that invests her with additional power and rationalises his own passivity. Joe’s abandonment of Pip is less conspicuous than De Lacey’s desertion of the Frankenstein Creature, but both failures are […]


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Confetti in a Storm

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Spread the love           n intriguing story by Ismail that describes a day in the life of a poet. A Different Truths exclusive for the Special Feature on Africa. I’ve got to. Got to write it. Yes; the poem. It’s been on my mind for sometime: for quite a long time. I haven’t got any idea on […]


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Delhi High Court Verdict on Begging has Wide Ramifications: Decriminalisation Poses Questions for Other States

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Spread the love           The Delhi High Court, in a landmark verdict, stated that criminalising begging is a wrong approach to deal with the underlying causes of the problem. It ignores the reality that people who beg are the poorest of the poor and marginalised in society. Criminalising begging violates the most fundamental rights of some of […]


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Status of Childescents in India Worrying, says CRY Report

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Spread the love           The report coming out on the World Population Day, last week, highlights that there are nearly a 100million childescents between 15 and 18 years in India, and this huge population remains largely invisible as children and hence, under-addressed. A report, for Different Truths.    Highlighting the continuum of childhood and emphasising that the age-group within […]


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The Ancient Walled City

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Spread the love           The walls around Toledo are an example of one of the most fortified complex systems of the Middle Ages in Europe. It is one of the oldest cities of the region. We saw ruins which date back to 3000 years. This city on hills has seen several different cultures sweep over it. Paramita […]


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What Causes Human Misjudgement?

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Spread the love            Tanya tells us what causes human misjudgements, according to Charlie Munger, exclusively for Different Truths. Charlie Munger, the famous investor, and partner of Warren Buffet stated the following reasons for human misjudgement. Psychological denial: This is the situation we find people or ourselves in quite a lot. I think we need to learn […]


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Adieu Sweet Yeddy, 112 Times!

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Spread the love           The Supreme Court judgement puts to rest at least one anxiety: No horse-trading. With the DGP told to provide security to MLAs till they arrive to vote, the Chief Minister’s hands are tied and the Governor more or less confined to the Raj Bhavan to make faces at himself in the mirror! Here’s […]


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Keeping India Awake for Height of Trivialisation? It is not about Numbers but Power, says Court

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Spread the love           After the ‘Midnight Drama’, BS Yeddyurappa takes oath as Karnataka CM. The top court will take up the case again on Friday. In the meantime, the BJP has been asked to produce BSY’s letter to the Governor staking claim to form the government. Here’s a report, for Different Truths. The arguments finally grind […]


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Caught Between Files and Life: Diagnosis of a Restless Bureaucrat

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Spread the love            Hemashri recounts the harrowing incident of a wrong decision by the government, when her father, a mid-level police officer had to face tough times. It took its toll on the family. Her father had to fight several court cases to get his rightful due but it left him with a neurological problem. […]


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Gitanjali: Interactions of Bengali Literature with the World

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Spread the love            The English translation of Gitanjali, “Song Offerings”, encases only 103, amongst which one poem is a combined translation of two other poems. Fifty-three of the poems are from Gitanjali, while the other 50 are from other publications like Geetmalya, Naibidya, Kheya, Sishu, Chaitali, Kalpana, Smaran, and Utswarga. The facts about Song Offerings […]


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