News Media – No Shackles, Yet Not Free

In the morning yesterday, I was browsing through a newspaper from a leading media brand in India. There was a report on the possibility...

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....

Sustainable Development Goals – It’s More than Data

It’s not new. Everyone talks of data while deliberating about or delivering discourses on development. A section of people are paranoid about smart cities,...

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...

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...

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...

Calamities in the Tiny Nation of Many Mountains

When Nepal became a full-fledged republic after shunning its Monarchy, a new hope was kindled across this tiny nation at the foothill of the...

Abusing National Icons, Not a Good Thing

“Why do we abuse our national icons?” I was wondering while sipping tea in the evening today. I was reading a report carrying the...

Digital Conundrum: Looking for Neutrality in a Biased World

A plethora of online petitions pile up asking general Indian public to support the cause. They strive for a world where the Internet is neutral...

Middle East Today: Failing States and Disparate Interests

The Middle East is always discernible amid the plashes of history that go beyond one continent. It was religion since early times; then commerce...

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