Just like in the digital world, we can either be seeders or leechers. We can either take from the community and prevent uploads or we can seed to the community by sharing resources . . for just about every resource we can think of.
On Ramashish Joshi (an environmental activitist) and his journey from the corridors of corporate IT to the jungles of eco-conservation.
Regarding the recent furore about the Land Bill, We either have people berating the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) government without understanding the issue or we have Narendra Modi loyalists who treat every ordinance he proposes as gold-dust. I feel neither approach is right. As educated citizens, we should be asking ourselves what are the specific changes that the government wants to do and why do they want these changes. The discussion needs to be issue-based and intelligent
A few thoughts on the occasion of #RepublicDay that highlight the need for introspection and change in the Constitution of India. Celebrating Republic Day is all very well. But progressive thoughts and the quest for reform should temper our celebrations with a sense of responsibility as well.
I know that this is controversial, but someone has to say it –
1. Religion is obsolete
2. Islam needs to change. And change fast.
But also at fault are religious moderates who sanction these incidents by the acceptance of a framework that allow such barbarous acts. CharlieHebdo and the Peshawar attack were made possible by the silent sanction we have given to the very concept of religion.
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