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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,...

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...

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...

Reconstruction Cycle of Human

Like any organic matter, human reconstructs too. Flesh and blood rebuild as per the biological terms. The organic development takes a queue from chaotic...

One Is Greater Than Zero (1 > 0)

When my mathematics teacher first introduced Algebra to me, it was looking a bit similar to a fairy-tale. The grandmother is always true! Then...

Pulling Punch at a Pantheon of Paid and Prejudiced Parrots

It is almost a stinking pit when you look at a newspaper in India these days. A persistent promotion of specific politics, infinite idiocy...

Doing Data Science: Connecting Small Dots in Large Number

I was attending a conference on data science earlier today, and thought that it will be relevant to write on this topic....

The Present Orissa – Revival or Continuation

As I am all set to release an information portal on Orissa in the next one month, one point forces me to think again...

Indian Land Act: Pull the Other one, It’s Got Bells on...

Anna Hazare is back again in Delhi. Earlier, it was their movement against corruption; and now it is against the new amended...

Destroying History with Symbolism – Anchoring on Kasab Now

Each time we read history, we wonder about personalities which have been made to look as per a perspective, and most of the times,...

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,...