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A tale of fortunate encounters

Ashis Nandy. PHOTO: BHAGYA PRAKASH K Ashis Nandy Ashis Nandy Ashis Nandy and Ananthamurthy releasing the English translation of Subbanna's writings My friendship with some of the thinkers-writers of Karnataka has enriched my intellectual ... The Hindu, 3 weeks ago

Sordid tales of those dark days

The Emergency had few great chroniclers. One can think of Kuldip Nayar, Romesh Thapar, Ashis Nandy and the indomitable Arun Shourie, but even these passionate narratives fade before the sheer detail and ethnographic intensity of the Shah Commission ...
 Asian Age1 month ago

Happiness is a choice

You are on your usual morning walk. At one end of the park, the tender coconut vendor is already attracting a few ‘walk-in’ customers. Not far from his cart is a temporary plastic booth manned by two ‘executives’ — look ...
 Deccan Herald5 days ago

More than one life

Why not live more than one life? And through writers who lead us to the language-experiences of which we know so little? My characters are not great thinkers or rebels. They belong to the land. Imayam, Tamil writer India is not non-West. It is ...
 The Hindu5 days ago

"All post-90 governments have failed"

Akeel Bilgrami is Sidney Morgenbesser Chair in Philosophy; Professor, Committee on Global Thought, and Director, South Asian Institute at Columbia University in New York. Born and brought up in Mumbai, Prof Bilgrami is a philosopher of mind and ...
 The Statesman6 days ago

Ramachandra Guha receives Fukuoka Asian Culture Prize

New Delhi, Jul 24 (PTI) Historian Ramachandra Guha has been awarded with the Fukuoka Asian Culture Prize in the academic category. The Fukuoka Asian Culture Prize, established in 1990 by the Japanese city of Fukuoaka, recognises outstanding ...
 Press Trust of India6 days ago
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Civil Society Comes Out In Support Of Teesta Setalvad And Javed Anand

Countercurrents.org Romila Thapar, Admiral Ramdas, Naseeruddin Shah, Mahesh Bhatt, Nandita Das, Githa Hariharan, Aruna Roy, Jayati Ghosh, Rajmohan Gandhi, Tushar Gandhi, Vivan Dundaram, Nilima and GM Shaikh, Henri Tiphange and hundreds of other ...
 Counter Currents1 week ago
Deccan Chronicle

Modi Sahib, Id Mubarak

Another month of Ramzan has come and almost gone and once more Prime Minister Narendra Modi has stuck to his decision of neither attending iftar parties nor organising one. Since becoming Gujarat chief minister Mr Modi has never attended these ...
 Deccan Chronicle2 weeks ago Book review: A rare, masterful glimpse into Indian statecraft  Hindustan Times3 weeks ago Here's how PM Modi charms Indians abroad  Rediff.com1 month ago The Duality of Narendra Modi  DNA India2 months ago

Election observation in South Asia

The 80s was a time of change in the former Soviet Union and allies. The wind of change was towards democracy in countries, which had other forms of governance. Neelan Tiruchelvam was invited to observe election in Chile, a first and to Hungary ...
 Sri Lanka Daily News2 weeks ago

When people just don't get it

A scene from the play "Aurangzeb" Pheroze has been our trekking reporter in Coimbatore, theatre critic in Delhi and political hack in Bhopal, with a stint of writing about Jharkhand in between. With half a decade's experience of bleed... ยป The ...
 The Hindu2 weeks ago
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