Thursday, June 30, 2022


Reflecting Upon Our Times, a Journey Within and Without

It is only through an engaged process of self-reflection that we can understand what the world around us is telling us in more ways than one.

Jawaharlal Nehru’s Inner Turmoil

The New Leam feels happy to share a reflection on Nehru’s nuanced engagement with reason and faith with its alert readers. 

Studentship, Bureaucratic Restrictions and Freedom in the University

There are no rights without responsibilities. There is no freedom without consciousness. There is no protest without honesty.

To Be Young and to Approach Gandhi in Present Time

Gandhi is more relevant today than at any other time. Gandhian ideas provide a subversive lens to grapple with the present pathology of modernity, nationalism and violent existence.

PCI Backs Media Restrictions in Kashmir

The PCI has pleaded in favour of restrictions on media in the Kashmir Valley and urged to become party to the plea filed by Anuradha Bhasin.

Imposition of Import Duty on Newsprint: A Retrograde Step by the Centre

Choking an already suffering press, the Centre has imposed import duties on newsprint. Can a democracy be meaninful without quality media?

The Death of Democratic Uprising and the Need for Independent Journalism

EDITORIAL We are entering the fourth year of The New Leam and it is the sustained commitment to non-partisan journalism that keeps us going.

Press Freedom, Jallianwala Bagh Massacre: Has Much transformed in the Country?

The imperial state open fired on a large section of people in Jallianwala and remained aloof to their aspirations. Has significant transformation taken place in country’s thought process after freedom?

August 15: A Day of Inner Churning

With reflexivity and critical enquiry, the author relates the discourse of the nation to the spiritual freedom of the enlightened citizen.

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