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Hermann Hesse’s Siddhartha

This book was recommended by my friend Axinia. Siddhartha is a German novel written by the Nobel Prize winning writer Hermann Hesse. The German-turned-Swiss author’s book was first published in 1922. Herman Hesse’s Siddhartha . . . I read the … Continue reading

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Thousands hide in forests as mobs of savages unleash terror in Orissa

The notorious scoundrels are at it again, doing what their filthy hands do best – kill, burn, loot, rape, murder, terrorise and destroy. This time it is in India’s eastern state of Orissa. Now, it is the turn of India’s … Continue reading

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India must stop the repression in Kashmir!

Ever since the state government of Jammu & Kashmir collapsed after the Amarnath land transfer controversy, Kashmir has been on the boil. Read the latest news on the situation in Jammu and Kashmir here. A paradise where peace has been … Continue reading

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Massive anti-war protest march in Denver

More than two thousand Americans, led by about fifty members of the Iraq Veterans against the War, took part in an anti-war protest march in Denver, Colorado. The march was from the Denver Coliseum to the Pepsi Centre, the venue … Continue reading

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The law is an ass!

The Bombay (Mumbai) High Court has declined a plea by a 25-weeks pregnant woman to allow her to abort her unborn child as the foetus was believed to have a congenital heart problem. Read the latest news articles about this … Continue reading

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