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Sankar Chatterjee

March 5, 2018

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A Sunday in a Market in Chichi Paul and Beth were on their way to Lake Atitlan, an ancient natural lake formed from the collapse of a volcanic crater in the highlands of Guatemala.  They would decide to take a break at the small town of Chichicastenango (“Chichi” to the locals).  It was a Sunday […]

Sankar Chatterjee

January 8, 2018

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A Nation’s Moral Dilemma Dr. Mark Scott, a leading neurosurgeon in a renowned medical school was catching up with his e-mails from past several hours.  His surgery team was involved in a lengthy brain surgery to save the life of a severely brain-injured young athlete.  One of the e-mails caught his sudden attention.  It was […]

Sankar Chatterjee

October 23, 2017

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Failure of “Never Again” in Modern Times David Johnson, a third-year exchange-student from US was spending a semester in the famous Jawar Lal Nehru University in New Delhi, India.  He was taking courses in eastern religion, philosophy and non-violence movement.  The country just elected a new prime minister who campaigned on the promise of uniting […]

Sankar Chatterjee

May 15, 2017

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Are You Carrying Any Explosive? John Dodd, a young American was passing through the security-check in the international airport in Lima, Peru, while his both luggage took their own ride through the X-ray machine. John passed through the security gate, getting thoroughly checked manually by the security personnel, when he noticed both his luggage pieces […]