All stories by Devanik Saha
Suno bhai sadho: Teaching kids through Kabir's bhajansRediff.com17 Jul 2015
Probably the only such school in India, the Satguru Kabir Shiksha Samstha in Luniyakhedi village, Madhya Pradesh, is based on Kabir's philosophy and ideals.
When mother tongue is used for political vendettaRediff.com24 Jun 2015
Given India's political scenario, where parties seek votes on the basis of caste and religion, the issue of using mother tongue in schools is more of a political vendetta, says Devanik Saha
India's e-commerce 1/80th the size of China'sRediff.com17 Jun 2015
Despite having the third-largest internet user base in the world, India does not feature in the top ten e-commerce markets
Post-ambush, focus shifts to North-East but for how long?Rediff.com8 Jun 2015
The Centre should focus on achieving peace either through long-term ceasefire agreements or sustained military operations. Military operations which are just intermittent responses to particular incidents won't lead anywhere, says Devanik Saha.
Yawning gap in Modi government's claims and deeds on climateRediff.com23 Apr 2015
Despite Prime Minister Narendra Modi's tall claims that no one has served nature more than India, some of the steps taken by his BJP government proves that the ground reality is exactly opposite, says Devanik Saha.