Susan Visvanathan

Susan Visvanathan
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  • May 25 2017, 2329

    The British always required get away places. Shimla is the best known example as it was known as the summer capital

  • May 04 2017, 2257

    Climate change brings about dramatic catastrophes. One of our problems is of course to be alert to the facts of history

  • Apr 18 2017, 2230

    MP Joseph in his book My Driver Tulong, (Partridge India, 2017) describes the contemporary situation of Cambodians, in the 21st century, who were simultaneously victims and

  • Apr 05 2017, 2217

    The idea that the metropolis defines behaviour and expectations is a sociological fact. People come to the cities for work and over two or three generations they see

  • Mar 16 2017, 2244

    Muthu Krishnan came to the city with one thought in mind. To become an intellectual

  • Mar 06 2017, 0012

    What is a nation but it’s people? The Constitution is representative of the rights of citizens. We become its upholders when we are able to define our rights

  • Feb 22 2017, 2312

    Reservation is a word that some administrators and intellectuals find problematic. This is in its own way against the tide for socially inclusive learning and companionship in an