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...

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 eagerness for...

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....

Shared Experience with Broadcast Communication

It was a day a decade ago when you would glue to television to hear sermons from a nicely dressed anchor speaking in standard...

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...

Celebrating Victory in World War II as Indians

War seeds the change. The new rules of the victor, new arrangements in different spheres of life - celebration marks the beginning, and reiterates...

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 people could...

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,...

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,...

Dealing with the Smallest Prime Number

Once a boy wanted to steal lemons from a lady's garden when she was away on a holiday. The garden was being guarded by...

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