Monthly Archives: March 2012

The One-sided Rhetoric of Feminism

In the village of Tataouine located in the south of Tunisia, Saida is preparing chai for her mother in law while she breast feeding her son. Her sister in law, Nedjma, is chasing her seven little children while she shouts … Continue reading

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The story of Brain-Drain

So the Brits came to India, and left the strongest cultural element: English! India lives in English, with our country claiming to have an English-speaking newspaper with highest readership in the world in the said language. The so-called “Northerners” communicate … Continue reading

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