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Better Late Than Never

By Ananya Guha And now it is the Meghalaya Governor. Close on the heels of an MLA arrested for raping a minor girl, Meghalaya is in the news once again. And the one culpable is none less than the Governor, for making sexual overtones with a lady an aspirant for […]

January 29, 2017 · 0 comments · Articles

Drugs and the Maintenance of a Democracy

By Mark Antony Rossi The campaign to legalize drugs has reached new heights in the United States. A number of states and territories have ratified the sale of marijuana. In certain locales, a limited quantity of antidepressants or painkillers are permitted on a person without fear of incarceration. What was […]

January 29, 2017 · 0 comments · Articles

Public Information: GTF

By Anant Honkan Few years back, when I was entering the decorated hall for Ganesh Festival event in Shakti Mandir, one young boy approached me and politely invited me to his booth to listen to what he and his young friends had to say. Being in the teaching world for […]

January 29, 2017 · 0 comments · Articles

Growing Population of Indian Youth: A Problem of Plenty or a Resource Untapped?

By Ranjit K. Sahu The increasing youth population has been projected as a major boost the growth of India. However like all other population related parameters, the burgeoning youth population has implications both positive and negative for the socio-economic and cultural aspects of the society and nation. Increased unemployment, cut […]

January 29, 2017 · 3 comments · Articles

Building Mental Safety Nets to Counter Violence

By Mark Antony Rossi Firearms are not responsible for the violence all too prevalent in the world. I declare this not because I care about gun rights as much as I care about basic facts. The evils of terrorism often rely on explosives, knives and automobiles to deliver their horrid […]

January 22, 2017 · 0 comments · Articles

Thinking for Yourself

By Mark Antony Rossi Thinking for yourself is more than a prerogative it is a primary color in the tapestry of freedom. However; for decades, the intelligent public have curtailed common sense for fear of ridicule due to political correctness. The unintended consequence for our economy and national standing was […]

January 15, 2017 · 0 comments · Articles

India: Post Script

By Ananya Guha How can technology change a country instantly when over 50% of the country, if not more do not have access to the internet? How can we have smart cities when roads are undeveloped and months are spent digging them, and the coffers of contractors being filled copiously? […]

January 8, 2017 · 0 comments · Articles

The Dangers of Quiet Frustration

By Mark Antony Rossi I don’t have to be a doctor to realize anger gets a bad reputation in modern society. We attribute so many extreme actions to anger such as spousal abuse, property destruction even acts of terrorism. But these erratic incidents do not accurately belong in the anger/management […]

January 8, 2017 · 0 comments · Articles

Jharkhand the Kenya of India

By Pitambar Naik Sports occupy a very low-key position in India. Sports and athletics are crucial parameters of a country to focus on. It doesn’t just make us physically vigorous and energetic; rather it opens us a new door to the national and international arena. A sport can be our national glory […]

January 8, 2017 · 0 comments · Articles

Beware of Thrombosis: A Silent but Violent Killer

By Anjali Bhave, Anusha Tembe, Nimish Kadam, Samarth Mishra  Thrombosis (blood clots), can cause a blockage of the blood flow in the blood vessel. Statistics show that more people die from blood clots than breast cancer, AIDS, and accidents and combined! One blood clot is formed every minute, and one patient […]

December 18, 2016 · 9 comments · Articles