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Jan 24, 2018
Homi Bhabha's death anniversary: Remembering the visionary, scientific advisor to PMs who fathered India's nuclear programmeMuch of India's current nuclear status couldn't have been possible without the immense contribution of Homi Jehangir Bhabha.
Aug 15, 2016
Happy Independence Day: 7 Indian tech personalities you should know aboutThis Independence Day, let us take a moment to honour the scientists from our nation who have made significant contributions in their fields.
Feb 24, 2016
'You resorted to criminalisation of dissent': Harvard's Homi K Bhabha writes to JNU VCDirector of the Humanities Center at Harvard University, Homi K Bhabha, wrote to JNU Vice Chancellor Jagadesh Kumar regarding the recent happenings in JNU.
Oct 29, 2015
After decades of cloudy thinking, India desperately needs a coherent nuclear strategyThe Civil Liability for Nuclear Damage Act is but a symptom of a far greater malaise that has plagued Indian nuclear thinking for decades.
Aug 12, 2014
No one but Mahatma Gandhi on currency notes, says RBI Gov RajanOn a question around demonetisation to check black money, Rajan said the bank has tried the same in the past but people find some way around it.
Jun 19, 2014
Mumbai: Historic Bhabha bungalow on Malabar Hill sold for Rs 372 crThose opposing the sale of the Bhabha residence may be comforted by the fact that the new owners have promised not to tear down the structure.
Jun 18, 2014
Homi Bhabha's iconic bungalow 'Mehrangir' sold for Rs 372 Cr'Mehrangir', the iconic bungalow of Homi J Bhabha, father of India's atomic energy programme, here was today sold at an auction for Rs 372 crore, despite demands to turn it into a museum.
Feb 07, 2014
On cosmopolitanism, Modi and AAP: A conversation with Homi Bhabha"I may be in a minority, but I find his polemical rhetoric personally intimidating. I don’t like that tone in politics – a tone of aggression, a tone of militancy."
Jun 18, 2012
An arts degree? Not just for wimps and losers anymoreArts education was always the last refuge for the math-phobe and the unambitious. But now it's finally getting some respect. What's new isn't just more applicants but the kind of students who are opting for it.