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October 18, 2006
Walls of Injustice
It's taken seven years of frustration to convict Santosh Singh. So yes, let's celebrate. But let's remember how difficult it is to get some justice.
September 22, 2006
Why I am disillusioned with religion
'Religions find it next to impossible to truly respect each other, to understand and accept other beliefs.'
July 11, 2006
Dabhol and the death of Kenneth Lay
'In India, what's happened to the men who were charged with protecting our interests in such deals?'
April 06, 2006
Has this protest really touched countless Indians?
'Why hasn't Rang de Basanti stirred many against the injustice to 35,000 families in the Narmada valley?'
March 13, 2006
Why are farmers killing themselves?
Some farmers escape debt by killing themselves, though that means their families must take on the debt, now without the dead man to help.
February 13, 2006
Fear in the Hills
India yearns to be synonymous with prowess. But what might still characterise us better are our regular, and never-punished, convulsions of bloodshed across religious lines.
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