Scholars

ashok malik Click here to view Ashok Malik's articles

Ashok Malik is a popular Indian columnist. He writes regularly for the Times of India, Hindustan Times, The Asian Age, The Pioneer and Tehelka. He has also contributed to various international publications such as  Forbes and Yale Global Online. He appears frequently on news television debates.

kanchan gupta Click here to view Kanchan Gupta's articles

Kanchan Gupta is an Indian journalist, political analyst, and activist. Since June 2012 he is the Editorial Director of Niti Digital. An ardent and vocal advocate of free speech and a staunch opponent of censorship, Kanchan Gupta has written extensively in support of, and campaigned for, exiled Bangladeshi poet Daud Haider, who now lives in Berlin, and exiled Bangladeshi writer Taslima Nasrin.

dogra  Click here to view P.C. Dogra's articles

P.C. Dogra is former Director General of Punjab Police.

Benjamin

Click here to view P.N. Benjamin's articles

P.N. Benjamin is Coordinator, Bangalore Initiative for Religious Dialogue (BIRD) and Member, Karnataka State Minorities Commission. He is also a freelance journalist with 35 years experience.

francis  Click here to view R.L. Francis' articles

R. L Francis is President of the Poor Christian Liberation Movement (PCLM).

vikramjit Click here to view Vikramjit Banerjee's articles

Vikramjit Banerjee is currently a Counsel at the Supreme Court of India. He has in the past, served as Counsel at the High Court of Calcutta. He is an alumnus of University of Leicester  and National Law School of India University.

 bhatt   Click here to view S.R. Bhatt's articles

Professor S.R.Bhatt is a Professor and Head, Department of Philosophy, University of Delhi. He is internationally known as an authority on Ancient Indian Culture, Buddhism, Jainism and Vedanta. He has authored and edited 20 books and has more than 100 published research papers to his credit. His important publications are The Philosophy of Pancharatra;  Buddhist Epistemology; The Concepts of Atman and Paramatman in Indian Thought; Major Religions of the World.