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Trapping Young Minds
“The philosophy of the school room in one generation will be the philosophy of government in the next,” said Abraham Lincoln, the iconic US President who ended slavery in the country. The same spirit is manifested in the age-old saying
Dr. Suresh Mathew
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1  Six Years on : Kandhamal’s Travesty of Justice
 
 Justice still evades the victims of Kandhamal riots; the feeling of helplessness and desperation pervades.
By Anto Akkara
2  AGRICULTURAL DEVELOPMENT: A CATHOLIC PERSPECTIVE
 
 Farming should be thought of as a noble task, undertaken with a view to raising oneself and others to a higher degree of civilization
By Desmond de Sousa
3  CRIMES AGAINST WOMEN: A Perspective from Religions
 
 It is evident from the increasing crimes against women that laws alone cannot stop or reduce this menace.The role of women in religious matters
By Jacob Peenikaparambi
4  ETHICAL SELF-DIRECTION
 
 The word ‘self-direction’ indicates that each one, alone, is the authority for oneself
By Dr. Felix Podimattam
5  Are Teachers under the Shadow of Students?
 
 What’s happening in today’s classrooms is symptomatic of what is going on in the society
By Dr Francis Arackal
6  The Religious Historians: Battle for the Mind
 
 Prescribing the books written by Dina Nath Batra, a RSS camp follower, as compulsory reading for school students shows the direction of education
By A. J. Philip
7  JUSTICE DAVE’S DREAM: SECULAR INDIA’S NIGHTMARE?
 
 Lack of critical thinking is likely to be heightened if texts as revered as the Bhagwat Gita are introduced in school curriculum
By Ridhima Sharma
8  MISSION WITH A VISION
 
 Dioceses and religious congregations run hundreds of schools for the poor in the villages. Since they are run as charity projects many do not bother
By Varghese Alengaden
9  Mother Teresa: A Teacher Par Excellence
 
 Many of us may not remember that Mother Teresa was an outstanding teacher prior to her venturing out deep into the slums on her mission of mercy.
By Tisy Jose, UMI
10  Purpose of Education
 
 Having a career purpose can make education relevant and is likely to generate the intrinsic motivation to study and learn.
By Sunny Jacob, SJ
11  Shoe & Boo Politics
 
 For those complaining that Prime Minister Narendra Modi has gone silent, there is some good news. He has gone back to the days of campaigning
By Kay Abey
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