Monthly Archives: October 2014

OF DONKEYS AND ONE WOMAN’S PERIODS

On joining a social networking site in mid-2010 I noticed that most people had posted some picture or other – their own or their canine or feline companions’. So I put one up of a donkey on a street, a jaywalker, … Continue reading

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HUMAN RIGHTS AND THE DEATH PENALTY: FROM THE MOUTHS OF LITTLE KIDS

A nephew of mine, Jayasimha Yashas,  who teaches in a government primary school in Chennai/Madras while on two years’ sabbatical working for one of India’s foremost IT companies, invited me to speak to his young charges while I was in … Continue reading

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