Do Religious Rituals Boost Economic Globalization?
Religion and its old age rituals have always been a source of fascination for people, if not a source of devout enlightenment. However in the 21st century religious events, pilgrimages, in particular, have surfaced as an inexhaustible treasure for the new age economic globalization. From the glimmering streets of the Vatican […]
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The War on Cancer and the Cancer of War
Every single day, people die of epidemics and diseases. Every single day, people kill each other over differences in beliefs and cultures. Every single day, souls leave our planet, heading towards their unknown fate, and leaving our own souls in pain. Working in the media, especially in the critical period […]
The clash of civilizations and the peace hypothesis
Nearly seven billion human beings live on this planet called Earth. Although these seven billion belong to the same species, they are very different. Hundreds and maybe thousands of beliefs occupy their minds. Differences in race, ethnicity, culture, and geographical position have turned mankind into a competing, violent, intolerant race […]
Indian democracy ailing and under the weather
One of the most-touted phrases across the globe – India, the biggest democracy in the world – is also one that is fast losing its shimmer. Though all Indians enjoy the right to political equity, the other rights which include socio and economic equity are still a far cry. So […]
A history of conflict, a future of peace?
Conflict is an inevitable element of human societies.