The biennale in Kochi Kerala in it’s third viewing now is an explosion of multiple realities. It defines globalisation in newer and newer ways
It is interesting to watch Samajwadi Party supremo Mulayam Singh Yadav when the chips are down. In May 1991 he was fighting with his back to the wall
Capricious laws overzealous officials and bureaucratese flip flops marked the demonetisation journey. A journey replete with more failures than successes but absorbed exceedingly well by India
Resuming this column after a mere six weeks, I find that the whole world has turned topsy-turvy. For starters (and middles and enders), Donald trumped Hilary.
Where there are five economists there are six opinions my professor used to say. As youngsters from a rather snooty college bubbling with idealism to
Recently I came across an useful document that was created by the commerce department, education department, labour department of the United States and the National Institute of Literacy and the
Sophocles was a Greek general who wrote the play Antigone around 440 BC. Creon is Antigone’s mother’s brother and his son Haemon is
By Archana Dalmiya
I always shuddered at the end of the fairytale The Pied Piper of Hamelin. In this story the furious piper who did not get paid for
From January 1 onwards army and air force will have new chiefs. Navy has already undergone change of command in May
India has always been prone to natural calamities like drought and floods. As a result of global farming caused by climate change we now face the additional problems
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