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Rohini Divakar

GLOBAL HUNGER INDEX: INDIA HAS MILES TO GO
The fortnight that has just passed witnessed incidents that have shaken the collective conscience of the nation. One of them, which did not garner much attention, but was equally heart-wrenching, was the news report of six children of a family in Kerala whose hunger compelled...
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FOR THE LOVE OF A MOTHER TONGUE
It’s an oxymoron, to say the least that this potent force called vernaculars that begot the linguistically organised Bharat, are today haplessly pleading to be protected. And, for the States, protecting their progenitor has never before been a Gordian’s knot, as it is today. It...
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WHY HAVE WE BECOME SILENT ABOUT CORRUPTION?
History is a witness. It was a raised voice that led to what we today know as the Renaissance and Reformation. The two magical movements and revolutions took Europe from the obscurity of a corrupt ecclesiasty to a new modern and awakened continent. The voices...
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(IN RETROSPECT) NATIONAL CHARACTER THE STORY OF ISRAEL
19th century. More than half the landmass on earth was submerged under European colonisation. These nations, or apt to say, ‘nations in the making,’ have shared similar or, at least, relatable stories of their struggle — from unshackling the colonial power, to tracing the path...
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