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PTI - NANDY - Threats to cultural diversity: Ashis Nandy at Sa...

NANDY - Threats to cultural diversity: Ashis Nandy at Sahitya lecture Contributed by NAMPA / PTI. New Delhi, Mar 10 (PTI) Noted critic and social theorist Ashis Nandy today enumerated on the six sources which pose a threat to the country's ... Namibia Press Agency, 1 month ago
India is the world's largest psephocracy: Ashis Nandy Business Standard, 2 months ago

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Of the Land South of the Vindhyas

In a 1995 essay, Ashis Nandy reminds us that a single historical narrative may just be one way of constructing the past. By offering a plurality of interpretations pertaining to the evolution of south India, Noburu Karashima's edited collection of ...
 New Indian Express1 month ago
Calcutta Telegraph

War of the wards

Ward 1 Areas: Siliguri Junction, Diesel Colony, Ambedkar Colony Voters: 9,211 2009: Congress's Sanjay Pathak defeated Dilip Royof the RSP Lok Sabha 2014: BJP led 2015: Trinamul's Lalpari Rauth (Mahato) is pitted against the Left's Rinku ...
 Calcutta Telegraph4 days ago

Is India's Aam Admi Party no place for intellectuals?

From the section India Mr Yadav (left) and Mr Bhushan (right) were founder members of the party Vaclav Havel, the Czech Republic's first president after the Velvet Revolution against communist rule, once said that politics needs more ...
 BBC1 week ago
The Week


An NRI woman from the US who recently came to Delhi said, I notice Indian males of all ages raising their arms, volleying imaginary balls at an imaginary player as they are walking down the corridor. Or they wield imaginary bats and hit imaginary ...
 The Week1 week ago

For St Stephens principal Valson Thampu, it's time to take his own advice to Hindu Right

St Stephen's College principal Valson Thampu is best advised to take his own advice, or rather criticism. A man who recently warned against the arrogance and overreach of the Hindu Right appears now to have fallen prey to these very same vices. ...
 Firstpost.com1 week ago For St Stephen's principal Valson Thampu, it's time to take his own advice to Hindu Right  Firstpost.com1 week ago

An Indianness that needs no Aadhar

India's minorities have been self-confident cultures. Many of them have punched far above their numerical weight, in terms of achievements versus their population. They do not need certificates, especially from the majority Sometimes when you get ...
 The Hindu2 weeks ago

Beyond the Fairy Tales of India

By Braj Ranjan Mani 07 March, 2015 There is little awareness about a more or less institutionalised arrangement of normalising, if not glorifying, the oppressive past from which the privileged continue to derive ...
 Counter Currents3 weeks ago

A new public policy for a new India

What makes public policy exciting and potentially inventive is the contested nature of the public sphere. It is anchored in a diversity of perspectives which challenges the dominance of one subject. India is a country full of paradoxes. The elite ...
 The Hindu3 weeks ago

Renowned Hindi poet Kailash Vajpeyi no more

Prev By IANS | Posted 1 hour New Delhi: Renowned Hindi poet Kailash Vajpeyi died in the wee hours today following a cardiac arrest at a city hospital here. 79-year-old Vajpeyi was rushed to a private hospital in Saket last night after his ...
 Mid Day3 weeks ago
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