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Reimagining Liberalism

Liberals have become so accustomed to worshipping their icons at the temples of liberalism that they have lost touch with the fundamental tenets of their faith.

Riding the Political Rapids

The public mood is bitter and resentful, as is evidenced by the growing public opposition to trade deals.

Widening Our Lens

We celebrate Little India’s 25th anniversary with a radical transformation of the magazine to reflect the seismic shifts in our times.

Things Matter. Or Don’t

Life is full of paradoxes. We might be as inconsequential as a drop in the ocean.

Modern Day Paradox

We have multiplied our possessions, but reduced our values, we talk too much, love too seldom, and hate too often.

The Dispiriting Choice

The lethal combination of big money and growing voter apathy are seriously imperiling the core foundations of American democracy.

The Bleak Hour

Sadness is an eternal tale enacted in episodes, projected through situations — protean, ubiquitous.

UN Victors Council

“It is ironical that calls for democracy and the rule of law are being made in a (Security) Council that itself embodies the undemocratic stranglehold of the privileges of a few, forged by a wartime alliance that no longer exists.”

Immoral Morality

In this world, the rule of law — and the morality undergirding it — is defined not by grace or righteousness, but strength. This is the morality of power, not of truth. And it is strutting the world stage now.

Virtuous Wrong

Scott Dadich, Wired editor in chief, advocates intentional wrong as a design virtue.

Immigrants Are Us

A United Nations Report on international migration reported that Indians are the largest migrant group in the world.

Political Twists And Turns

In less than six years since driving the U.S., and indeed the global economy, into a ditch, Republicans are likely to reclaim both the House of Representatives and the U.S. Senate in the upcoming Mid Term elections.

Touch of India

When we travel in Europe we search for Indian restaurants. Not just for the food, but for the Taste of India abroad.

Demystifying 12 NRI Myths

They are caught in the middle, confused souls, who often want to return, but can’t, or desire to linger on just a little longer.

It's Only a Game, Really

Call me, if you will, the Grinch, that mean-spirited curmudgeon, out to steal sports. But this needs saying. The world — or atleast the TV viewing world

Will Modi Unshackle India

Modi comprehends well that the mandate he received is for his promise of result-oriented economic development, which will be undermined if he became bogged down in divisive social issues and political conflict.

Displeasing Their Lord

A Supreme Court ruling is likely to open the floodgates to the reintroduction of Christian prayers in public forums, perhaps in far more discriminatory and coercive forms than was the case in Greece, NY.

The Moment and the Modi

In a political milieu reeking of opportunism and corruption, Modi is refreshingly (relatively of course) clean and incorruptible.

Pot That Called the Kettle Black

In fact it is the United States that has run most rough shod over the security council, frequently blocking motions from even coming to a vote.

Arrival of the Visa Babus

The particular objective of liberalizing the visa regime is to attract tourists.

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