“The word inequality has a bad odour about it, and it has led to arrogance and inhumanities, both in the East and the West” — MK Gandhi, Young India: August
Dopdi, a tribal woman and leading character in Mahasweta Devi’s short story Draupadi, derives her name from the Mahabharata namesake and is subjected, like her, to the mercy of men
Often when you string together disparate news items you find a storyline. When you join the dots meaningfully you see a pattern
India’s renewable energy sector took a dramatic turn starting last year. Until 2015 capacity addition in wind power was more than double of solar
Hearts in Kashmir, they say, have to be won. Now, the heart alone knows the matters of the heart, that has a fickle mind of its own. It may be won today to be lost tomorrow to the next suitor.
Traditionally, major political events in the United States are followed with particular interest by the general public and by decision makers in East Asia. While trade with other parts
Donald Trump, the Republican Party nominee for US president, is well known for his criticism of globalisation and trade deals in particular. Only this week he threatened to withdraw
Memory is thought to be multilayered and interactive. Small wonder then more and more sociologists are using films photographs and maps as the documentary base by
The findings of the latest national achievement survey for Class 5, published by the National Council of Education Research and Training (NCERT) show that India’s public education system has failed
An industry is disrupted because often the players define the game wrongly. The horse-carriage businesses thought they were in the horse-drawn-carriage business
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