"Today, we can proudly say that India is the mother of democracy,” said Prime Minister Narendra Modi during his recent visit to Munich to attend the G 7 meeting.
Emergency, declared or undeclared, does not redound to the credit of the largest democracy.
Under the present regime at the Centre, institutions crumble, freedom in peril, rights activists in jail, minorities moan, and the economy plummets
When dissent is suppressed with an iron hand by the ruling class, it is the end of the road for democracy
As polarisation of the society on communal lines is gaining momentum an ‘objective understanding’ of history is the biggest casualty
While some are disappointing, a few earn our admiration. They are our hope. Let the judiciary shine in its glow.
Five years are sufficient to measure the success or failure of any scheme or a project. In doing so, one may get interesting data to analyse,
As we are preparing for the forthcoming special synod, let our focus be on a ‘Journeying-together Church, a 24x7 Church’
Synodal Church is possible only when inequality, untouchability and imperialistic attitudes are ceased to start a new journey
Going by the recent shooting-spree in many places, it seems killing has become a national obsession in the United States
A movement started by Fr. Solomon Kadambat, a visually impaired CMI priest, focuses on transforming differently-abled persons into contributors to the society
‘Normalization of deviance’ is a term coined by Diane Vaughan, an American sociologist and a professor at Columbia University
Road rage, defined as someone experiencing anger when driving, happens all of a sudden without any pre-meditation or motive.