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    It’s Tough to Convince a Bird, that it is Free

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    Jonathan Livingston Seagull is a classic which will continue to remind us that we can cooperate or compete, remain bored or explore the highest skies- it all depends whether we have prepared ourselves to acknowledge that we are essentially free beings.
    Ismat Chughtai Indian writer

    Celebrating the Bold Feminist Ismat Chugtai

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    TRIBUTE  | Any literary discussion based on feminist authorship in India cannot be complete without a reference to the works of Ismat Chugtai. Chugtai’s literary genius lay in her unapologetic addressing of issues often considered taboo and too bold for a woman of her generation.

    Stalwart Poet Kedarnath Singh’s Death will Lead to an Unconquerable Void

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    Kedarnath Singh(1934-2018) is considered one of Hindi literature’s most revered poets. His style of poetic composition held the potential to articulate the most nuanced expressions with the most ordinary language.

    Introducing ‘Decolonize’

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    The New Leam is starting a new column DECOLONIZE which will delve into the many contributions of the east in the fields such as education,philosophy, literature and the arts which will enable us to rediscover a treasure trove so far buried under the burden of our Eurocentric definitions of knowledge and philosophy.

    What should the Science march in Bengaluru compel us to think?

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    The contribution of Science in the cultivation of public rationality and the fight against oppressive social structures can’t be denied but does that mean...

    Rethinking Reading: ICSE and the introduction of popular comics in official Curriculum

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    Rethinking Reading: ICSE and the introduction of popular comics in official Curriculum Recently ICSE introduced comics like Tintin and Asterix in their syllabus. What will...

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