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A Day After the 2019 India Polls

Dr. Partha Banerjee from New York predicts ominous predictions about the upcoming 2019 national elections in India. Climate change, war, violence, terrorism, skyrocketed prices of health, education, transportation, medicines, and slashing of interests on people's savings would make life miserable. Democracy will be killed once and for all. He wishes his predictions are all wrong. But...are they?

A Silent Genocide

This is an invisible, bloody question. Sometimes I wonder, why do immigrants like us, who are otherwise intelligent, open-minded, and receptive of a world culture...

ISIS, and Other Journalism of Exclusion

ISIS -- we all know, now, through the horrific carnage in Paris (and Lebanon). But what the heck is Journalism of Exclusion? Let's talk about it. Only...

I Spoke with Noam Chomsky, One on One!

On Saturday, 15th of November, 2014, I had a chance to speak with Noam Chomsky -- one on one. It was an opportunity of...

A Memorable Evening with Noam Chomsky

On Saturday, November 15, Noam Chomsky came to New York.  Brooklyn For Peace, a grassroots organization, celebrated their thirtieth anniversary. On that occasion, they presented...

India’s Mars and America’s Middle East

It's all about Mars and the Mid-East. A scientist friend whom I respect a lot tried to impress on me that the cosmic expedition "success" of India...