September Month Articles
- A Sikh Temple Where All
May Eat, and Pitch In
- by Lydia Polgreen
The groaning, clattering machines never stop, transforming 12 tons of
whole wheat flour every day into nearly a quarter-million discs of flatbread
called roti. ....
- A blood Red tale of brutality
- by Saugar Sengupta
In a shocking incident of Maoist brutality, a band of Red ultras waylaid
an Anganwadi woman, subjected her to gangrape and buried her alive in
order to send across a bloodcurdling message to their nonconformist political
- Janamashtami: A new perspective
- by Sri Sri Ravi Shankar
Janamashtami celebrates the birth of Lord Krishna. Ashtami is significant
as it indicates a perfect balance between the seen and the unseen aspects
of reality; the visible material world and the invisible spiritual realm.
- Europe should convert to
- by The Times of India
Libyan leader Moamer Gaddafi's visit to Rome to mark the second anniversary
of a friendship treaty with former coloniser Italy stumbled into controversy
on Monday after he said Europe should convert to Islam. ....
- A matter of faith
- by Ambreesh Mishra
It's a sparring match featuring the most unlikely combatants. In one corner
is Shankaracharya Swami Swaroopanand Saraswati, the popular seer from
the Mahakoshal region. ....
- Melting pot
- by Nirmala Ravindran
Beautifully coloured terracotta pottery lines the driveway to Daily Dump.
These multi-coloured pots are not for upmarket gardens but for creating
lifestyle changes in our thinking about the environment. ....
- by Shefalee Vasudev
In 1991, when Madonna wore the conical bra that made eyes pop at Cannes,
she was making-crudely perhaps-a personal and political statement on a
real fashion stage which turns style into a global media narrative. .....
- Enter The Red Dragon
- by Madhavi Tata
A solemn crowd of teachers, lawyers, businessmen and students gathers
at Shahid Park in Jagdalpur to join an anti-Maoist rally. It's highly