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Jul 23, 2017
Engineering: The people, places, and events that shaped the Great Indian ObsessionIf Engineering were a religion, it would be the fifth most populous religion in India.
Jul 23, 2017
John Heard, best known as the dad from the Home Alone movies, passes away aged 71John Heard, best known as the father in the Home Alone movie series has passed away at the age of 71 while recovering from a back surgery
Nov 28, 2015
Lost in translation: For Indian media obsessed with English, Modi's Hindi speeches lead to biased reportageWhat is it about Modi that makes the English media, in particular, so blind with bias? By and large, the coverage of Modi’s one-and-half year of government can safely be termed as negative. And that is to put it mildly.
Nov 24, 2014
Macaulayism to Muslim extremism: Hindutva’s many enemies in IndiaDo you know who the "biggest enemies of Hindutva" are? ‘Malicious-5 or M5 — Marxism, Macaulayism, Missionaries, Materialism and Muslim extremism.
Jul 23, 2013
Please let’s not follow in the footsteps of Britain’s moral panic on pornMass-circulation porn isn’t an online-era invention—and efforts to stamp it out have, historically, failed. There’s more than even odds, though, that the hearts and minds of India’s online censors will soon be fired up by Britain’s silly project.
Jan 21, 2013
World's largest natural sound archive goes onlineA digital archive of thousands of natural and animal sounds has been put online by Cornell University's Macaulay Library. The archive contains some of the
Nov 13, 2012
How Thomas Macaulay ‘educated’ IndiaA balanced reappraisal of Macaulay’s contribution to Indian nation-building, and in shaping an Anglo-Saxon model of development.
Aug 24, 2011
Anna, second national movement and lessons from the firstThe Anna movement has happily borrowed the props of the national movement that got rid of the British. But that movement had Nehru, Patel, Azad. This has Bedi, Bhushan, Kejriwal. Shiv Visvanathan explores how they stack up against history.