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May 15, 2018
Stephen Hawking, and a brief history of the Big BangDid Stephen Hawking and Roger Penrose’s work conclusively prove the Big Bang origin of the Universe?
May 11, 2018
Day before Karnataka Assembly Elections 2018, business as usual in BengaluruWith just a day to go for the Karnataka Assembly Elections 2018, the mood on the streets of Bengaluru was a mix of the everyday and the charged
May 10, 2018
Decades after Kashmiri Pandits fled Valley in fear, what remains?Only 808 families comprising a total population of 2,864 of Kashmiri Pandits live across 242 towns and villages in the Valley today.
May 01, 2018
Ladakh's nunsThe number of Ladakh's nuns had dwindled to 300 in the mid-1990s as they grappled with adverse factors. Thanks to the intervention of Dr Tsering Palmo, the founder of the Ladakh Nuns Association, the community is now 1200-strong.
Apr 26, 2018
For Madhya Pradesh's tribals, too wide a gap between state policies and realityA five-year roadmap for overall development of tribals was on the agenda when Narendra Modi visited Mandla, Madhya Pradesh
Apr 23, 2018
Shoojit Sircar's reel women — and their real avatarsShoojit Sircar's onscreen universe isn't very different from ours. His poignant stories are born from intricate realities.
Apr 20, 2018
From Lahore Fort to Lawrence GardensAbeera Saleem and Abrar Ahmed’s recent artworks make one reflect on how colonial and patriarchal binaries continue to inform our ideas and policies, interminably repeating their violence
Apr 19, 2018
IPL and Big Data Analytics: A Match Made in Heaven?When it comes to Twenty20 cricket (T20), a more evolved and nuanced approach to analytics is the need of the hour — and the Indian Premier League (IPL) is a glaring example of this.
Apr 18, 2018
The Outsiders: Nomadic Bakkarwal tribe in focus after Kathua rape caseBakkarwals (literally ‘goat people’) are nomadic pastoralists from Jammu and Kashmir. They move to the plains of Jammu in winter, and the high mountains of Kashmir in the summer, making way not just for their flocks of sheep and goat, but also for the entire trekking industry in the state.
Apr 16, 2018
Wild Hair and Mad Dalit WomenI had just been looking in all the wrong place for answers but as it turns out — Dalit women have always had answers to these questions. Women with loud and vulgar laughter who, like their hair, are mad and untameable — always do.