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Two New Milestones in Mind and across Matter

Shivu, the brave son of Baahubali, was trying ceaselessly to conquer the sky-high waterfall - he was curious about what lay above. This Baahubali...

News Media – No Shackles, Yet Not Free

In the morning yesterday, I was browsing through a newspaper from a leading media brand in India. There was a report on...

Why Turn Indian Coast into Graveyard?

While the debate between two contrasting views of economic development, growth-oriented outlook versus growth with redistribution of wealth, has become a part...

The Fate of A Rationalist in Our Tradition of Convenience

If you are reading this, please call yourself a rationalist. Can't you do this small sacrifice when a government representing 112 million...

2015: The Year of Tussle between Confusion and Aspirations

The year 2015 went like a period of tussle between confusion and aspirations. Be it in India, or in western countries, or...

The Aam Broom Swept the Streets of Delhi

'A leader looked unstoppable, an organiser looked undefeatable - just a few days back. A party looked ahead of years of monopoly...

Fighting Culpability with Reason

“Can you deny your culpability?” was the question that a TV anchor asked the gentleman. I shall definitely face hardship if you ask me...

Frisker – The Gentleman

At Airport, earlier this week. I was stowing back my photo identity card into my wallet. I had taken it out before the security check....

Digital Age and Digital India

It’s always surprisingly refreshing to speak to a stranger. Pleasant or unpleasant – I cannot assure though. But when it’s pleasant while...

An Unfortunate Political Regime in Our Neighbourhood

Pakistan has been notoriously peace agnostic since its inception. It has adopted guerrilla warfare against its neighbours, outrageous religious doctrine against its...

Selected Articles

Annual Reviews

2017 – A Year of Regressive Continuity

The year sneaked in when the world was confronted with many difficult questions about citizenship and national orthodoxy in the face of rapid globalization,...