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Rape, Ok?

In a decision that got me furious last year, Afghanistan legalized rape in a marriage! It negated the need for mutual sexual consent in a marriage, approved child marriage and restricted the right for a woman to leave the home! … Continue reading

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Lessons from a surprise

On a Sunday evening, not too many weeks ago, I landed in Bangalore on work. It was my wedding anniversary but I had set that aside. Given my travel and the fact that my wife was in Delhi, nothing was … Continue reading

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The Masterchef formula to win.

I was watching the television show ‘Masterchef USA’ the other day. The contestants were divided into two teams and each team had to make a signature burger for the truck drivers who stopped at the truck stop. The drivers would … Continue reading

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Finding Hope In Troubled Times

New avenues… New initiatives … New opportunities … A whole new work environment – Of positiveness and new energies; Learning from mistakes, Unlearning old ways, And relearning new ways To cope with dubious situations, Structural changes, minimal funds, adaptation to … Continue reading

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The Ant

I did something I normally don’t do. I watched ants as they worked, this morning on my kitchen top! My interest in these creatures came from a recent sermon on the ‘ant’ which got me thinking. Thousands of years ago, … Continue reading

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The Real Underprivileged

(picture courtesy: Arindam Mohanty) I went on one of my crazy trips recently. Stuck without access to my computer, I was forced to stare out of the window and watch the everyday hustle of the rural village folks and urban … Continue reading

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Notions of justice and revenge

Many Christians are appalled at the recent Supreme Court decision to uphold the verdict of the Orissa High Court on Dara Singh – the man responsible for the murder of missionary Graham Staines and his sons. The Supreme Court declined … Continue reading

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