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Hege Dalen and Toril Hansen saved 40 youngsters from the Utøya massacre, so why have we hardly heard about them?

-- excerpts of a talk delivered by Teesta Setalvad, journalist and civil rights activist, as part of the CCDS/Open Space 'Keeping the peace' lecture series, 15 April 2011.
-- excerpts from a talk delivered by Eddie Rodrigues, Reader at the Dept. Of Sociology, University of Mumbai, as part of the CCDS/Open Space 'Keeping the peace' lecture series, December 13 2010.
 -- excerpts from a talk delivered by Mr Ashok Vajpeyi, poet, translator and cultural commentator as part of the CCDS/Open Space ‘Keeping The Peace’  lecture series, October 5 2010.

On the anniversary of Rabindranath Tagore's death, Aseem Shrivastava helps us to look  into the heart of a man who was both a simple poet and a remarkably insightful social commentator.

An extract from an essay by Aseem Shrivastava reflecting on his time as a teacher in Norway, and on the recent massacre that took place there.

Girls swept the first prizes across all three age groups at the recent Google Science Fair -- why is this still news?

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