RAMATHRA, the forgotten Hero

Is it possible for something, in the name of luck, to turn out into favor without any immediate causal reason? Is such luck, only an after-effect of wishful thinking to actually influence the outcome or to interpret it in ways that favor the outcome? For the sake of argument, let’s presume we know nothing about […]

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A hope of New Nepal

It is apparent that the Nepalese political sphere has become quite chaotic and climactic lately. Political instability and lack of good governance to get hold of situation, almost like a norm, have affected the agenda of national development since a long time. Putting the issue of national development aside and observing the sudden flux of […]

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Progressives at Danger in Islamic World

Progressives constantly at Danger in the Islamic World Secular humanists and rationalists are treated very grimly in countries where the influence of religious fundamentalism is severe. Any progressive society should have a special recognition of these people and their responsible actions since their effort is instrumental in leading the society towards better. Free will, freedom […]

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Blasphemy Rights Day

What the International Blasphemy Rights Day should be all about? A specific day granting us rights to speak out our opinions, is in no way, a reason to be excited for but rather indicative of moral hardships that is upon our progress of knowledge, reason and its expression. Given that we are rational creatures and […]

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Black Lives matter… Really?

Isn’t ‘Black Lives matter’ a racism itself? Is there any point in emphasizing only a specific race of people into who would matter? A rationally justifiable position would definitely be where all lives matter. It is strange to see the ‘Black Lives matter’ movement blooming in real. The essence of such movement would be to […]

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I have a Dream

I am aware that I am not uniquely in a position to have standard dreams; standard in a sense that they stand out, out of many such dreams. But let me assume myself as an idealist and, at least for a moment, take for granted that my dreams wouldn’t remain dreams forever but would manifest […]

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Cosmology Overview

The curiosity about the nature and the structure of our universe has been an important topic for thought and wonder since the time immemorial. The philosophical inquiry by Empedocles, one of the prominent pre-socratic philosophers, on the basic constituent of the universe as being earth, air, fire and water was remarkable. Aristotle’s view on motion […]

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Environment and Science

Environment refers to multitude of things that we are related to, from the physical habitat we live in, to the social, behavioral aspect, we are a part of. Environmental science therefore, is an interdisciplinary field of study as it involves many different disciplines like physics, chemistry, biology, sociology, psychology etc. It is a social science […]

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‘On the Origin of Species’, a book written by Charles Darwin in 1859, is the foundational book of evolutionary biology. It explains how life forms, related through a common descent, evolve by the gradual process of evolution, leading to speciation (formation of new species), opposing the idea of creationism (the doctrine which assumes that living […]

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