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Choose: Sooner or Faster?

Life is tough in a software project environment. Everybody tries hard within the rigid triangular framework -- scope, time and cost. One deviation from...

In Conflict with Ourselves – in the Kingdom of Intolerance

The US president Barack Obama speaks of the growing incidents of religious intolerance in India. He has done it in India during...

A New Normal in Public Discourses

I was listening to an activist in the UK's far-right party. I was surprised by her indifference to some gentle interventions during the debate,...

It’s My Alaka: A River That Is Dead Now

When I see the river Alaka these days, I get a testimony that each one has an end. The river, an integral...

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...

Human’s Foray into the Space – Hurdles to Overcome

The space is an arcane wonder. The phenomenon of levitation defying gravity beyond a hundred miles above and the extreme cases of...

Sustainability and Security

When we scan news reports and global diplomatic activities, two things seem to have overwhelmed our priorities, as it appears. With increasing population with...

Friday Fable May Go beyond Cows

Morning on a Friday is not religious if you are not edified to attend some service. You see, I have not spelt out anything....

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...

Reinterpretation of Democracy – A Falsehood

Some people called it as the August Revolution, and others called it anti-democratic. A great deal of discussion has taken place in India during...

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,...