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Story Posted on 20-09-2015

SCI-TECH

 |  2-minute read
Moore's Law, Technology, Innovation

End of the age of tech innovation is upon us

It may no longer be the same without a breakthrough that can now bring the Moore's Law back into the game.

POLITICS

 |  Out of Order  |  3-minute read
Mahesh Sharma, Indian culture

Leave the culture alone, Mahesh Sharma

This is me, hitting the exit button on this idea of Indian culture and the collective conscience.

POLITICS

 |  12-minute read
Netaji, Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose

How much of a hero is Subhas Chandra Bose?

The fact that Bose had allowed his guttural hatred for British imperialism to cloud his better judgment on all other issues was to become the tragic flaw he would live and die with.

POLITICS

 |  5-minute read
Indian Muslims, Abdul Kalam, Mahesh Sharma

Why Mahesh Sharma should stop worrying about Indian culture

The ministry of culture seems to think every organisation is a variant of a Shakha.

POLITICS

 |  5-minute read
Fatwa, Prophet Muhammad, AR Rahman

What Indian Muslims can learn from fatwa on AR Rahman

Instead of stirring controversy, Islamic scholars should come together and form guidelines in a balanced manner.

SPORTS

 |  Gloves Off  |  4-minute read
Davis Cup, Tennis, Leander paes

Leander Paes needs to take a break from tennis

To hope that he and partner Rohan Bopanna will play a few events before Rio Olympics and chemistry will be created is gibberish.

LIFE

 |  3-minute read
God, Bollywood, Deewar

What Amitabh Bachchan's Deewar teaches you about true bhakti

Millions then perhaps saw themselves in Vijay's ambivalent engagement with god.

POLITICS

 |  3-minute read
Subhas Chandra Bose, Netaji, Bose files, Netaji's death

India deserves to know what happened to Subhas Chandra Bose

It is impossible to sustain the belief that the Boses' surveillance was based on any threat perception emanating from them.

POLITICS

 |  4-minute read
Why Loiter, Surveillance guidelines, UGC

How UGC's surveillance rules push women back into the dark ages

By populating the varsity with guardians and protectors, they harness the powers of control in the 'best interests' of women.