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The Mala Moment – Pakistan has produced a young woman who is remarkable to the world #mustread

By Sherry Rehman She didn’t win the Nobel Peace Prize. That’s totally ok. The award nomination is a milestone among many. Malala Yousafzai, 16, is still proud and hopeful that she will move bigger mountains. So is mainstream Pakistan. Without going… Continue Reading →

Your Laughter by Chilean Poet Pablo Neruda

Poster by  Kamayani Bali Mahabal   Take bread away from me, if you wish, take air away, but … do not take from me your laughter. Do not take away the rose, the lance flower that you pluck, the water… Continue Reading →

‘India needs a fresh approach to health sector’

  18 February 2013   statesman news service   KOLKATA, 18 FEB: The country needs a “completely fresh approach” to health care Nobel laureate Amartya Sen said today, as an over-reliance on the private sector and lack of commitment from the state means it… Continue Reading →

#DeathPenalty Doesn’t Serve as Deterrent: Amartya Sen

Kolkata, Feb 7, 2013, Outlook Amid the nationwide debate over giving rapists the death penalty, Nobel prize winning economist Amartya Sen is not in favour of capital punishment, saying it does not serve as a “deterrent” and “preventive function”.Sen at… Continue Reading →

Cash transfer may hurt girls and kids, says Amartya Sen #UID

SANDEEP JOSHI, The Hindu Amartya Sen: “We should not accept corruption on some fatalistic ground that this is the way things are in our country.” TOPICS crime, law and justicecorruption & bribery economy, business and finance Eminent economist and Nobel… Continue Reading →

Nobel Peace Prize Jury Under Investigation

By Karl Ritter, Associated Press 02 February 12 The nomination deadline for the 2012 Nobel Peace Prize closed Wednesday amid renewed criticism that the award committee has drifted away from the selection criteria established by prize founder Alfred Nobel. Russian… Continue Reading →

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