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The Indian Plural Mind

This essay argues that plurality not only provides stability to a society but that it also promotes peace and harmony. It is, therefore, sought for rather than frowned upon - a lesson for the developed world. This would however require the location and accommodation of modern values in the broader plural framework. This would involve a paradigm shift from modernity to plurality.

Indian Science Experiment

Fifty years on, Indian science needs a much-needed reevaluation. While scientific progress has been laudable, the vacuum likely to set in among the current top scientific establishments is worrying. To nurture young scientific leadership, it is necessary to encourage interaction between science institutes and university science departments. Younger scientists especially need to be encouraged to intervene in broader societal concerns.
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