Responsibilities

PK, a Hope for Rawanda Fights against Fate and Fortune

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Spread the love           The protagonist, PK, says that the world had let Africa down by not giving African people a chance to succeed. His opinion though was this shouldn’t stop African people from excelling and stop using this as an excuse to be lazy and dependent on foreign aid. Africa still had humanity and nature to […]


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A Day with the Maasai Tribe

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Spread the love           The Maasai people are one of the tallest tribes in Africa. They are a unique and popular tribe of Kenya due to their long preserved culture. Their distinctive culture, dress style and strategic territory along the game parks of Kenya and Tanzania have made them one of East Africa’s most internationally famous tourist […]


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Travelling the World in NYC: Conversations with Cab Drivers and Other Multi-Cultural Excursions

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Spread the love           The interplay of different cultures – read multiculturalism – opens the horizons to a person, who is compassionate and deeply observant. As a Dance/Movement Therapist, nonverbal communication is the soul of communication for Johanna. Here’s an insightful exploration of Ghana, in New York, because of her housekeeper, Rose, and her conversations with cab […]


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The Scars Within

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Spread the love           Here’s an evocative short story by Alisha that she penned during a Creative Writing Workshop, conducted by our Editor-in-Chief, Arindam. An exclusive for Different Truths. Red. That was the only colour she could see at the moment. Deep thick red. Her span of vision was filled with the colours of blood, her tongue felt […]


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Religious Fervor and Symbolism of Weddings in Andhra Pradesh

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Spread the love            Ruchira tells us about weddings in Andhra Pradesh, in the weekly column, exclusively for Different Truths. Nearly four years ago, along with my family, I had flown down to Hyderabad to attend…yes you have guessed right … a typical traditional elaborate Telugu (read Brahmin) wedding. And trust me it was an eye […]


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Redesigning Indo-Russian Strategic Friendship: Perceptible Change in Tone and Tenor of Modi

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Spread the love           Russia had nursed the feeling that India will speak out its mind on the US sanction against Moscow. The US had imposed the sanctions earlier this year under CAATSA for Russia’s military intervention in Ukraine and alleged meddling in the 2016 US Presidential elections. Here’s a report, for Different Truths.  Both Prime Minister […]


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Democracy is Dead; Long Live Democracy!

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Spread the love           The truth is that democracy is being murdered in this country every day. No party has the moral right, at least none among the mainstream parties, to criticise any other party for the murder of democracy. Each one has been committing the crime with impunity and citing the precedent set by the very […]


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Crusade of Whistle-Blower against Mining Mafia: Govt. Turns a Blind Eye to Violations

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Spread the love           It is really intriguing how a state government could prefer to indulge in the same nature of the crime for which the former chief minister of the state has been jailed for his involvement in the scam. This nature of action by the government makes it explicit that the ministers and officials are […]


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God of Everything Falls

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Spread the love            An intriguing fiction by Lovita, for the Special Feature, exclusively for Different Truths. Love is these rays of being,                                Love is this readiness to begin. Few to love in concrete time. Please don’t hug! He would squeeze out his body from mine, defensively, protest like a coming of a revolution. He […]


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Bring Me a Book

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Spread the love            Suveera takes us on a pleasurable journey into the world of books and reading, in the weekly column, exclusively for Different Truths. Have you ever felt so involved in a book that you feel an inexplicable sadness when you turn the last page?  When you purposely avoid reading the book… just like […]


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