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Conversion Is Not Bad, Coercion Is.

Recently, a group of self-proclaimed leaders of Hinduism claimed to have converted a few poor Muslim families. It was not very far...

Calamities in the Tiny Nation of Many Mountains

When Nepal became a full-fledged republic after shunning its Monarchy, a new hope was kindled across this tiny nation at the foothill...

A Half-disclosure Makes a Half-truth

Indian Army went inside Myanmar to kill a group of terrorists. It was to avenge the killing of our soldiers a few days ago....

Unique Identification Number (AADHAAR) – Unique and A Step Forward

There was significant criticism when Indian government announced of creating a multi-purpose unique identity card for each of its residents. Will it be another...

Digital Conundrum: Looking for Neutrality in a Biased World

A plethora of online petitions pile up asking general Indian public to support the cause. They strive for a world where the Internet...

One South Asia: Going Forward?

I met a few business and creative people from SAARC countries in New Delhi earlier this week. Everybody was anxious to exude the...

Liberate the Centres of Learning

When I took admission in the University of Hyderabad way back in the nineties, it was considered to be a privilege to...

Romanticising Cricket with Money and Power

It is scary to view advertisements of Indian premier league cricket matches. An entire ecosystem has been developed to pull people and make them...

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...

Programmers Who Hop

Yesterday, a programmer in my team came to my room (Mr. Y, to keep his life safe), and informed that he has secured a...

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,...