As Those Turn into Children’s Stories

Deluge that brings scarcity cannot be welcome. But this will not stop the inflow if we do not have a plan to moderate it,...

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...

Brexit – Beyond Britain and the Whole of Europe

The democratic and independent-minded British decided to honour their own currency, own trade, and above all, their own border. In fact, 23 June 2016...

Swiftness of Invasion

“It was the swiftness,” the cab driver remarked when we were engaged in a discussion on the Vikings and their dominance starting from late...

An Intangible, Yet Hardened, Pact

“How could a bunch of tribal people decide what was good for them?” A co-passenger remarked during our discussion in a flight. The context...

A New Normal in Public Discourses

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

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 study there....

Startup Juggernaut – Bridging Gaps between Hype and Reality

Startup buzz generates much hype today – not only in India, but also around the world. Whether it is a colour-coated room of a...

Jallikattu: Fighting Perception

“An ordinance is needed from Central Government revoking ban on Jallikattu,” cried out a tamely-looking man sitting in the glittering newsroom of a jarring...

Odd and Even: Is It a Plan or a Ploy?

I was speaking to my colleague in New Delhi. “I don’t know why these people create a chaos?” He was impatient. “You need to...

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