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At KINDLE, we try and give our nation's young adults a choice; A choice beyond mere blatant consumerism or exhibitionism. We believe our youth has much more fire & potential, than given credit for. We believe the youth is a thinking, socially & culturally aware individual, ready to learn, understand & evolve. We are perhaps, the only independently run magazine that explores this space, a space for the progressive, conscious young individual. Our aim is to whole-heartedly live up to the name of the magazine, by endeavouring to “kindle” the minds and spirits of the Indian youth. We want to give them a platform for self-expression and self-realisation and the courage and means to be part of a counter culture opposing all standardizing mainstream forces. Apart from the monthly magazine Kindle is also involved in a number of on-ground activities - events, workshops and forums that gives the youth the opportunity to further explore themselves and voice their opinions, that chooses to entertain while it educates. At, we will be posing questions for you    to ponder over, debate... The best comments will be featured in the next issue of Kindle! So keep debating!

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Is organising La Tomatina in India a vulgar display of wealth?

It was first supposed to be held at Delhi. It has been postponed for now! The Kolkata edition is supposed to be held on 16th October. In a country where more than half the people do not get two square meals a day, a country that is fighting a failed battle with food inflation, how apt is it to throw truckloads of tomatoes at each other? Comment. To read more topical stories, news, views, blogs...

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Was the government justified in arresting Anna Hazare?

In this season of scams, the need for a strong Lokpal Bill cannot be discounted but in a Parliamentary democracy, what should be the means to ensure the passage of the Bill? While the debate on various provisions of the Lokpal has receded to the background, the question that has come to the fore is whether Anna is armtwisting an elected government or is the Centre so jittery that it needs to...

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Should capital punishment be banned in India?

While the President has rejected the mercy petition of the three convicts in the Rajiv Gandhi assasination case, the Tamil Nadu Assembly has passed a resolution requesting the President to reconsider the petition. Omar Abdullah has also thrown his hat in the debate, talking about Afzal Guru. While this debate gets increasingly politicised, the larger question is 'Should Capital Punishment be...

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