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Feb 02, 2016
Want to conserve Sanskrit? Throw colonisation out of your mind, says Najma HeptullaSanskrit would have survived had it become language of commoners, Union Minister Najma Heptulla noted on Tuesday
Jan 24, 2016
Journalism today: Will social media turn mainstream media irrelevant?It was eerie that while the MSM at the Steve Coll discussion in Bengaluru felt threatened by social media, those at the Malhotra discussions in the same city were actually finding it liberating
Aug 07, 2015
Rajiv Malhotra's Indra's Net: Seven big ideas and Hinduism's integral unityRajiv Malhotra's book Indra's Net has be criticised by some for failing to provide adequate attribution for some ideas. But more important than these allegations are the core ideas he presents in the book. The author says there are 7 big ideas
Jul 22, 2015
Decolonising Indology: Rajiv Malhotra on why he won't follow rules set by the WestRajiv Malhotra, target of a campaign over inadequate attribution to western Indologists in his book Indra's Net, explains that he is not here to play by the rules set by western academicians for their own purposes.
Jul 20, 2015
Rajiv Malhotra plagiarism row: It's about cultural intimidation, not freedom of speechIt’s no secret there are plenty of those derided as “aadarsh liberals” who are not unhappy about Rajiv Malhotra’s latest tribulations.
Jul 20, 2015
Free speech for plagiarists: Writer Rajiv Malhotra's supporters reveal hypocrisy of bhaktsControversial writer Rajiv Malhotra has succeeded where others failed. He has reminded the Indian right wing of the virtues of free speech. Courtesy Malhotra, the book-burning cabals and poster-tearing hooligans of India are rallying around the very right whose value they once questioned. Writer-activist Madhu Kishwar is currently spearheading a campaign against, well, another campaign demanding that Malhotra's books be pulped for allegedly plagiarising the work of several western scholars.
Jul 18, 2015
Wendy's revenge: Plagiarism charge against Rajiv Malhotra is a red herringAccusations of plagiarism against Indian American author Rajiv Malhotra are a smoke-screen for a generalised attack on Hindu intellectuals.
Jul 18, 2015
Plagiarism charge: Why Rajiv Malhotra is on the gunsights of western IndologistsRajiv Malhotra, a Hindu disapora intellectual who has tried to reverse the gaze from east to west and take on American academicians on their portrayal of Indic culture and Hinduism, is the target of an attack using "plagiarism" charges as the weapon
Jul 16, 2015
The Rajiv Malhotra debate: Sorry, plagiarism is not the vice of only those we dislikeBy that same token, arguments about plagiarism leveled at Rajiv Malhotra should be treated as just that – allegations of plagiarism.
Aug 31, 2014
No queerness please, we are Indian: Devdutt Pattanaik on the stories they don't tell usMythologist Devdutt Pattanaik explores the stories that fall into the cracks between traditional notions of masculinity and femininity and discovers a treasure-trove of queerness in Hindu lore.