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Jul 07, 2019
Spider-Man: Far From Home is a timely reminder of how false idols manipulate impressionable millennialsIn Spider-Man: Far From Home, Tom Holland symbolises the millennial generation that is increasingly falling prey to false heroes because of their own insecurities.
Dec 07, 2018
As Noam Chomsky turns 90, a look at how he made the world seem a little less inhuman, and a lot more comprehensibleIn linguistics and cognitive sciences, Noam Chomsky is routinely named as the greatest mind in the last 2,500 years
Nov 17, 2017
Edward S Herman, co-author of Manufacturing Consent with Noam Chomsky, dies at 92Herman and Chomsky also co-wrote The Political Economy of Human Rights and Counter-Revolutionary Violence.
Sep 10, 2017
In Narendra Modi's India, intellectuals must figure out their position and the path aheadIndian intellectuals have never been more alienated from any regime at the centre than they are from the Narendra Modi government but this needs to be enquired into rather than merely regretted.
Jun 24, 2017
Radiohead OKNOTOK album review: A Reminder that OK Computer is now more relevant than everThe release of OK Computer in 1997 was a watershed moment for music lovers of the millennial era. 20 years later, Radiohead has reminded us, in a remastered reissue, that its themes are ever-relevant.
Nov 10, 2016
Donald Trump and the New World order: America proves it could do no better than worseDonald Trump is the white cloud in a political context.
Mar 28, 2016
Hyderabad University: 400 academicians and activists condemn police action, call for Appa Rao's removalOver 300 academicians, activists, artists and writers published a statement condemning the state violence and unlawful detention at University of Hyderabad.
Mar 03, 2016
JNU row: Students' union president Kanhaiya Kumar is finally granted bailStudents at JNU are eagerly waiting for Kanhaiya Kumar to return to campus and share his experience.
Feb 24, 2016
Modi government failed to prevent incidences of communal violence: Amnesty InternationalAmnesty International has joined a growing international chorus accusing India of supporting a climate of intolerance by cracking down on dissent through arbitrary arrests, caste-based discrimination, extrajudicial killings and attacks on freedom of expression
Feb 23, 2016
JNU VC's capitulation is a symptom of malignancy that has taken over India's higher education systemWith a VC like Kumar and a hostile state, the students’ refusal to read the writing on the wall would pave the way for a situation in which the JNU as we know it would be a thing of the past