Monthly Archives: November 2009

Remembering 26/11

A government is as good and as responsible as its citizens. MJ Akbar recently wrote, “The politician will only be as resolute as the citizen, and our sensitivities have been dulled by a culture of complacence.” If we want a more secure India – we have to be a part of it. Our response to terrorism can’t be piecemeal. We need to fix the system. If we uncover some unsavory truths along the way – let it be. But never again. Continue reading

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Sir Syed Day – A Retrospection

Thousands of Aligs all over the world celebrate the birth anniversary of Sir Syed Ahmed Khan every year. However the event has turned into a ritual dinner than anything else. A critical examination of the famous event in AMU’s calendar and a few suggestions to make the event more constructive. Continue reading

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