Millennium Post

Dignity defied

16 April 2022 8:34 PM GMT
Banned under law, and shamefully unconfessed by society and governments, manual scavenging, as a preserve of untouchability and slavery, continues not ...

A glimpse into the past

12 March 2022 5:45 PM GMT
Rana Safvi's book, 'A Saint, A Folk Tale and Other Stories', is a seamless reconstruction of history around once-glorious architectures of India, made ...

Awaiting a sea change

4 Oct 2021 6:38 PM GMT
Careful deployment of digital advantage could bridge the pandemic-inflicted wider social divide in school education and raise the worst sufferers —...

With his own musings

19 Jun 2021 4:30 PM GMT
Vikram Seth’s honest and candid depiction of his stimulations and experiences carry perfect blend of humour (or melancholy) and intrinsic intellect,...

Life-saving 'social' bridge

1 May 2021 5:35 PM GMT
A difference of life and death, comfort and pain, is made through the victorious efforts of compassionate beings through social media — albeit with...

Treading the tightrope

20 March 2021 5:06 PM GMT
The long-awaited ‘internet reform’ has arrived — but it should have come only after due consultations

Travesty of justice

27 Feb 2021 6:06 PM GMT
The remnants of northeast Delhi riots continue to haunt the affected — both in form of shoddy police investigations and unhealed wounds

Making America 'great' again

13 Feb 2021 5:23 PM GMT
Though President Joe Biden has made headway in the right direction, the pathway for his domestic and foreign policy initiatives is dotted by massive...
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