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’Bollywood has constructed a cinema that reflects the world we see around us. And it is not an innocent reflection. It is a magic mirror that will let you see yourself the way you want to be seen. The image and […]
The school curriculum is required to be changed periodically. And it is universally known that of all courses, emotions run the highest when it comes to revising the history curriculum and syllabi. In the Indian […]
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The narratives prescribed in school textbooks are often limiting and one-sided, especially when it comes to crucial nation-building events (such as Partition). The challenge of going beyond the books and adding […]
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Teaching methodologies vary across schools, depending on the administration (lets face it, it is a reality), depending on the curriculum that the school follows and depending on the facilities available.
I am […]
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The first talk as a part of the History for Peace project was titled ‘A missing General, a trusted jeep, and submerged narratives of 1971’.
A title like that is enough to pique ones curiosity!
Naeem Moh […]
‘It is not in man’s nature to live cooped up within the walls of pure necessity. We are partly chained to our needs, partly free. Our body measures three and a half cubits but, for that reason, our houses can […]
‘ Go home and think about how many of your friends are different from you.’ Jerry told the audience towards the end of his talk. We don’t realise this, but very often we tend to gravitate towards people who are i […]
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