Dalits in Industry

Chandra Bhanu Prasad

The debate on affirmative action in the private sector has taken a bizarre turn, not only in terms of results but also in terms of attitude. Led by Ratan Tata,

B. Premanand

Suman Oak

The Life of a Skeptic, Rationalist, Humanist, Atheist and a Brave Patriot Comes to an End. It is a custom to eulogize a person after his or her death and

Human Psyche

Khalid Sohail

There was a time in history when human psyche was believed to be a soul. Religious people believed that soul was independent and existed prior to the existence of the

Objections to ‘Faith’

Now hope that is seen is not hope, for who hopes for what he sees? Romans 8:24–25 There are thousands of variations of religion, which suggests that its roots lies

SUPERSTITIOUS GANGSTERS

Ritesh Shah

Believe it or not, criminals are as superstitious as politicians or businessmen. If you see a man in Ahmedabad running with a pig, and suddenly turning to the east to

Decency of An Atheist

Manu Joseph

It is confusing to see a healer in a wheelchair, but the miracle man made the irony disappear. When Sai Baba visited Bombay this week, waiting to fall at his

Invading the Secular Space

Ram Puniyani

Satya Sai Baba of Puthaparthi in his recent tour of Mumbai (Nov. 2009) was invited by the Maharashtra Chief Minister designate, Ashok Chavan to his official residence, Varsha, for blessing

The Inquisition of Galileo

Justice R.A. Jahagirdar (Retd)

Four hundred years in the history of mankind is too small a period to make any progress, but the last 400 years have seen more progress than could have happened

The Road Covered!

Dr. Narendra Dabholkar

Friends, We have great pleasure in  placing this report before the people of Maharashtra. The work of ANS is expanding in all respects. It is noteworthy that the work goes

Abraham Kovoor

Rationalist

Abraham Thomas Kovoor (April 10, 1898 – September 18, 1978) was an Indian professor and Rationalist who gained prominence after retirement for his campaign to expose as frauds various Indian and Sri Lankan “god-men” and so-called paranormal phenomena. His