Praja is neither an alternate media, nor another NGO. There is some wide and serious space between journalism and activism that they are trying to fill and bridge. They have righteously created a platform where citizens can highlight their local issues, and get them fixed by the government. I am an active columnist and a great admirer of their website.
- I may disagree with what you say but I will defend to death your right to say it.
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The NRI is a popular online magazine dedicated to the vast and diverse international community of Indians residing outside India. I have been the political columnist here for quite a while now, with the purpose of forging a closer understanding between Resident and Non Resident Indians and creating a greater sociopolitical awareness amongst those who want to reconnect with their Indian roots. Some of my most popular articles, published in this magazine. Here is a list my articles published in the NRI-21 SikhsRemembering ‘The Wizard’Water, Water, EverywhereAccess (To Our Freedom) DeniedThe Curious Case Of Balwant Singh RajoanaParliament vs MilitarySkeletons In Our ClosetThe Great Wall Of IndiaWhere Is India’s Iron Lady?Caste-ing VotesTwisted Indian MediaDuty To VoteEconomics KillsIndians That Are Too Cool For SchoolRamayana And PoliticsDear AnnaThe Next ContenderFright ClubSainath vs ArundhatiLiberty And DignitySaffron TerrorWorld Class Cities?Patriotic CinemaNews Channels Vs NewspapersBravehearts Of IndiaDandi March IIThe Trouble With TelanganaI Won’t Pay!Sex At Twelve?The Power Of Indian MusicLessons From The Binayak Sen CaseProfile: Singeetham Srinivasa RaoIntellectual Property For The IntellectualsMusings Of A Confused AgnosticPreventing Another 26/11Rage Against The MediaAncient Indian MathematicsAyodhya: The Good, The Bad And The UglyNuke Bill – Whose Liability? Whose Bills?