The decomposing corpses of ideas feed and sustain the toxic cesspool our intellectual and social life has become
India’s use of religion as a basis of admission is regressive compared to the tried and tested regimes in the developed world that moved away from a social sorting logic towards an economic and human capital-based approach.
India and the Indian: Western theories of nationhood don't capture country's complex realities, writes Samrat
The Indian of today includes the unknown woman from the uncontacted tribe of the Sentinelese in the Andaman and Nicobar Islands but it also includes the actress Kalki Koechlin, who is an Indian of French origin. Neither of them is the stereotypical Indian, but both of them are equally Indian
Indian Muslims must heed Jordan's King Abdullah's message: Ending takfirism key to getting rid of radicalism
Jordan’s importance for Indian Muslims lies in an inclusivist non-takfiri (not accusing other Muslims of apostasy) interpretation of Islam which King Abdullah II bin Al-Hussein championed through the Amman Message
Mr Grieve’s perception arises from a cultural misunderstanding of the Asian practice of using connections to get work done without necessarily giving or taking a bribe
Anders Breivik may have shocked most of the world with most of his statements about the mass murder but may have had a point that he wasn't the only one who feared multiculturalism, something he shares with many European leaders and citizens.
When a white Christian terrorist goes on a killing spree, it does indeed reflect the failure of multiculturalism in Europe -- but not in the way rightwingers would like to claim.