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A Sinister Move
The Sangh Parivar has none in competition on hypocrisy. But what the ‘RSS man’ Ved Pratap Vaidik did in Pakistan takes the cake. It is not without reason that his meeting with Hafeez Saeed, the mastermind of terrorist attacks on India
Dr. Suresh Mathew
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1  DATE WITH DEATH
 
 Euthanasia is in the news again. The Supreme Court has issued a notice to all states and Union territories on the concept of living will or euthanasi
By Dr. Felix Podimattam
2  What is not Used is Abused
 
 “Unused machinery disintegrates. Unused time dies. Unused knowledge becomes a burden….The tragedy of life isn’t the ultimate death, but the reso
By Varghese Alengaden
3  When Boys Turn Beasts
 
 Analysts and experts have been surfacing the root causes of rape especially by the juveniles in India
By Tisy Jose, UMI
4  ‘PoliTRICKS’ of Reservations
 
 Reservations are a political tool in the hands of a ruling party to mobilize a caste or community for electoral advantage
By Irfan Engineer
5  Death traps on roads
 
 Posing an equal amount Is it possible for anybody to identify a clean stretch of road of about halfa- kilometre in any metropolitan area
By Pachu Menon
6  Gods on Earth
 
 Shankaracharya says no to worship of Sai Baba
By Ram Puniyani
7  L’Affaire Vaidik, What a friend !
 
 Ved Pratap Vaidik’s meeting with top terrorist Hafiz Saeed would not have taken place without the knowledge of both the Indian and Pakistan governme
By A.J. Philip
8  MARRIAGE, Under Attack
 
 Cultural anthropology has amply demonstrated that marriage as a social contract between an adult man and an adult woman has been universally
By Averthanus L. D’So
9  BUDGET OF POLITICS
 
 2014 -2015 Budget Demands that Indians Speak Up
By Francis Lobo
10  The Curious Case of Dr Vaidik
 
 The theory that Vaidik was not a journalist interviewing a dreaded terrorist but playing negotiator for the government gains credence
By Kay Abey
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