- Nehru related
- Indian Society, Culture & women
- Education, Science, Religion
- Want to participate?
- Has India fulfilled Nehru’s vision of a liberal, democratic and united nation?
- What is the Nehruvian legacy? (this column in hindu)
- Nehru- the man who read history, wrote history and created history. (this column by Natvar Singh)
- Nehru- a global statesman, institution builder and humanist. (this column in hindu)
- Nehru- a teacher of precepts, a preacher of morals, an interpreter of religion and an ambassador of culture.
- The Founding fathers of the strong and democratic India.
- History has no other way of answering old questions than by putting new ones. (Karl Marx)
- Only a knowledge society can deliver the downtrodden from their dreadful despair.
- Bollywood movies: the collective fantasies of the Indians.
- Moral policing and the heckler’s veto in India (Context: Kiss of love protest)
- When freedom of expression goes against societal values…
- Indian society and its moral ills.
- The endless wait for justice in India.
- Politicization of crime.
- Good mothers are backbone of a great nation. (Napoleon Bonaparte)
- Educate a woman, educate a generation. (Pranab)
- 21st Century: The Age of Discontinuity.
- Internet: an open space for innovation, entrepreneurship, and communication.
- The collision of Indian, American and Chinese world visions.
- World at the brink of a new Cold War. (Mikhail S. Gorbachev believes new Cold war inevitable due to ongoing tension between major powers)
- Schools: the laboratories which produce the future citizens of a State. (Maulana Azad)
- Science and religion: two partners using different languages to tell the same story.
- Role and value of science for a developing nation. (Noticed this in a column, but seems unlikely to be asked because topic on similar theme already been asked in Mains-2013).
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