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The New Leam celebrates its fifth year…Carrying the Lamp of Truth

At a time when gigantic corporate  media houses shape our ways of seeing the world, it is not easy to remain committed to a...

Is NEET so NEAT ?

The article here is the author's unique take on the NEET exam and the hilarious yet paradoxical nature of such competitive exams.

The Facade of Free Online Counselling Services and what makes them so Half-Hearted 

The writer narrates her disappointing efforts to seek counselling after the death of a near one due to COVID-19 and why society as a whole lacks compassionate listening skills. 

The Need for a Shared Program for Justice to Check Climate Change

Climate change is one of the greatest problems today, here is a look at a shared program for engaged effort to tackle climate change.

Stigma to Compassion: Transforming the Way in which we Understand the Landscape of Mental Health

The article looks at unique approaches to mental health at the community level and how stigma must be replaced by compassion. 

As Elections Draw Closer, Punjab Congress must get House in Order

Before it is too late, the Punjab Congress must reorganise and reorient to gain the most out of this electoral opportunity. 

Orwell’s Gandhi: A Real Person of Great Virtues and not an Enlightened Monk

George Orwell's well-know essay on his reflections on Gandhi depict his views on the world leader and his layered and complex personality.

Assassinations that Refuse to Die : Unravelling Tragedies which changed the History of United States

Three assassinations in the recent history of United Nations which changed the course of its social and political life, here is a detailed reading.

The Impact of Bell Hooks : Education as the Practice of Freedom

The New Leam believes that here in our country students and teachers ought to engage with Bell Hooks—a great professor and pedagogue who could...

It’s Time to Stand up for Saving Traditional Oilseeds or it may be too Late

India is in a fortunate state of being home to many oilseeds. These include groundnut, mustard, sesame among others but what are we doing to preserve and promote them in agriculture?

Facilitating Dialogue through the ‘Theatre of the Oppressed’

Can the 'Theatre of the Oppressed' be utilised as a tool in the classroom? This article explores this interesting proposition in pedagogy

9 in 10 LGBTQ+ students say they hear homophobic language at school, and 1 in 3 hear it almost every day

A majority of students from the LGBTQ community face bullying, teasing and assault on a day to day basis in their learning communities, how should this be handled?