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....

Indian Judiciary Fights Public Perception

In a span of a few days, an indicted politician becomes a Chief Minister. An actor, accused of heinous crime, plans the release of...

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...

Furcate State into Cities

In continuation to my last week’s deliberation, I feel that I should be quite clear about my intent. Why not? People today pose more...

Dilemma of Both Eating and Sleeping Well

They yell many a time - “You tell if you seek To sleep well and remain sublime, Or to barge into hall and eat well all week.” The...

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....

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...

They Are Not Us, Yet They Are No Different

A lone mariner of Greece wonders when he sees a new boat at a distance from Lesbos port. He does not think of those...

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 being at...

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 his recent...

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