Monthly Archives: September 2017

Metro ki Wild Safari

Being frequent metro riders, Yashvi Sharma and Deboshree Mohanta reflect from their experience that why men are still complaining about the women-only compartment in the Delhi Metro. 2002 में मेट्रो की जब शुरुआत दिल्ली में हुई, तो बहुत से दिल्ली … Continue reading

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Remembering Martha

‘We want world peace’ is no more a cliche reserved for beauty pageant contestants. We really do want world peace. His holiness the Dalai Lama said to me (when I met him in Dharamshala) – Humans are compassionate by nature. … Continue reading

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Learning Peace through Eyes of Innocence

Among the many truths that constitute modern societies, peace is central to envisioning a harmonious world. Before attempting to strengthen peace and build a case for conflict resolution, it becomes imperative to work on humanizing the socialization process of our … Continue reading

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The Peace Within

Each year, the International Day of Peace is observed on 21st September. The United Nations General Assembly has declared this as a day devoted to strengthening the ideals of peace, both within and among all nations and people. The importance … Continue reading

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Self-governance and Peace

As I watch thousands of people on the Ramblas (the site of a brutal terrorist attack a month ago) in Barcelona and hear an entire city banging utensils in solidarity, I am reminded that 21 September is International Day of … Continue reading

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WOMEN IN THE INDIAN JUDICIARY

All modern day representations of justice in the courts around the world are of the Lady Justice carrying a sword and pair of scales, who is often blindfolded to symbolize the fair and equal administration of the law. It is … Continue reading

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