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February 2018 -
Questioning some of the postulations of the modern sexual literacy movement. Having gone from Victorian prudishness to sexual debauchery, should we now emphasize commitment before sex?
January 2018 -
Male sexual impropriety and the power of men in politics have both loomed large in the news. Is it time to discuss the social conditioning of men to repress emotions and its unhealthy effect on society?
December 2017 -
The Khabar team would like to acknowledge those who have helped us shape our magazine. Thanks to our advertisers, contributors, and readers for a great year. We wish you all the best for 2018!
September 2017 -
The Hindu hardliners that Modi enables could push India towards theocracy. He is flirting with what can ruin his agenda and legacy—the Hindu Right. If we lose secularism, we lose the soul of India.
April 2017 -
We employed illegal immigrants for years, in construction, farming, hospitality, etc. We didn't stop the influx before these 'illegals' became entrenched into their American lives.
March 2017 -
Our choices can be emotionally charged with pride and prejudice--but this is not the time for partisanship, for party loyalties, but for holding the president accountable.
February 2017 -
The role of media does not end with informative reporting. Commentary and op-eds make media the Fourth Pillar of democracy: keeping a watchful eye on the Executive, Legislature, and Judiciary.
December 2016 -
A little less Indian, a lot more American: Sikhs and Muslims have already found themselves on the firing line of bullying and hate crimes. We need to care about profiling and step outside our community.
November 2016 -
Are we heading towards a “flat world”—a global village that would be a level playing field for commerce and culture? Or are nativism, racism, and xenophobia building walls in India as well as here?
October 2016 -
“Trump’s a whacko, Clinton’s a liar,” is the word on the street. Editor-in-chief Parthiv N. Parekh's points support the Washington Post: "There is no equivalence between Ms. Clinton’s wrongs and Mr. Trump’s manifest unfitness for office.”