What the little can(’t) really read in India.

Although there is no law that determines what children can or cannot read, children’s authors in India find themselves playing it safe. Children’s authors in India sacrifice their freedom to express certain ideas so their books can be published, sold and accepted by parents, publishers and society. “My book ‘Behind the Lie’ is about domestic […]

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Pandemic festivities of Vesak Day

To celebrate the 2565th Buddha Purnima Diwas today, Prime Minister Narendar Modi delivered a keynote address in the international event, Virtual Vesak Global Celebrations, organised by the Ministry of Culture.  Sonepat: For a second consecutive year, devotees are either celebrating Buddha’s birthday at home, online, or amidst COVID-19 restrictions in public spaces.  “As Delhi is […]

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Funds Allotted for Tourists Facilities Wasted

Change in the Cabinet of Karnataka was one of the main reasons for the project to be abandoned By Praveena Parthiban Bangaluru, Nov. 23, 2018 The Karnataka government has wasted a huge amount of money building facilities for tourists and visitors to Shree Raghavendra Temple but the lodgings are lying abandoned without maintenance. One of […]

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