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  • The US and Other Battle Hawks Are Taking a Big Risk in Iran

    The Wire / 19 May 2018
    US President Donald Trump’s expected withdrawal from the 2015 Iran nuclear deal was followed by a hard message for China, Russia and the European Union concerning sanctions against countries...
  • Karnataka: Democracy on trial

    The Tribune / 19 May 2018
    The past few days have been of great uncertainty. No single party has crossed the half-way mark to form the government on its own in the state. This was followed by a very swift post-poll alliance...
  • Why The Citizenship Bill Can Tear Assam Apart

    The Quint / 18 May 2018
    For 30 years, Assam fought armed separatist violence some of which has morphed into more legitimised forms of abuse of power. For half a century, the state’s population has been battling annual flood...
  • End of Iran deal and destabilization in Middle East

    Catch News / 14 May 2018
    In the wake of the United States exit from the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA), the gamble underway between Israel and Iran in Syria might end up into a dangerous game of a direct military...
  • Reward innovation

    The Hindu / 13 May 2018
    A robust intellectual property rights (IPR) framework, with suitable enforcement systems, is critical to support India’s efforts to be a global leader in innovation and competitiveness. A world-class...
  • A birthday gift

    The Hindu Business Line / 11 May 2018
    With the US embassy in Israel slated to shift to Jerusalem, the Zionist state is a step closer to erasing a people’s history even as it continues its war without end against neighbours It is not...
  • Breaking a big deal

    The Indian Express / 10 May 2018
    As was long expected, US President Donald Trump announced on Tuesday that he is withdrawing from the Iran deal and re-imposing nuclear sanctions against that country. While being applauded by the...
  • A Liberal Arts Degree Is Not Only Meant For One Job – It Is Meant For Any Job

    BW Education / 10 May 2018
    It is often considered that the Students who enroll in a Liberal Arts Bachelor degrees are those who cannot make up their mind or those who “prefer to keep their options open”. This is at least what...
  • Hasty and ill-conceived

    The Statesman / 10 May 2018
    The highly controversial 2018 ordinance, permitting capital punishment in cases of rape of young girls up to the age of 12 years, was recently questioned by the Delhi High Court. In addition to...
  • US withdraws from Iran N-deal: Why Trump is trying to provoke Tehran into regime change

    Daily O / 09 May 2018
    US President Donald Trump’s decision to walk away from the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA) comes at a difficult moment in West Asia. All evidence seems to take us to the...
  • The Mood 68: The Year of Living Dangerously

    Catch News / 07 May 2018
    Fifty years after, the Paris student movement of May 1968 remains a very significant historical event and a highly attractive page of the twentieth century. The proof to this is not only the number...
  • The Specters of Marx in an iPhone

    Coldnoon / 06 May 2018
    Karl Marx was born two hundred years ago. Which is why hundreds of publications rose up in unison yesterday to write his bicentennial anti-obituaries. Nostalgics had a field day. Appropriated in the...
  • Karl Marx, 200 years later

    The Hindu / 05 May 2018
    To ignore Marx the philosopher is to remain impoverished in a market-driven world Today is the 200th anniversary of the birth of Karl Marx, the author of Das Kapital and the leading spirit of the...
  • The rise and fall of the Indian Godmen, the celebrity gurus embroiled in rape allegations

    The Telegraph / 03 May 2018
    On April 25 Asaram Bapu, a feted guru whose followers extend around the world, became the latest of India's so-called Godmen to be sentenced for rape - bringing his celebrity status crashing down to...
  • Welcoming the decision legalising passive euthanasia

    The Times of India / 02 May 2018
    “There is no antithesis between life and death. Death represents the culmination, dying is the process.”- Justice Chandrachud. Actively engaging with philosophies of life, the Supreme Court five-...
  • Is compulsory attendance for college students a solution or a symptom?

    Hindustan Times / 02 May 2018
    Updating syllabuses and teaching methods, allowing students to choose from a wider range of subjects, would likely be more effective, educationists say. Delhi’s Jawaharlal Nehru University...
  • Cities and Climate Change

    Millennium Post / 01 May 2018
    The cloudburst that claimed over 12 lives in Kolkata a few weeks back while wreaking havoc on infrastructure, may appear unusual to some. Fallen twigs, uprooted electric polls, severed lines, rotten...
  • An economic analysis of justice in corruption cases

    Live Mint / 08 April 2018
    An economic analysis of justice in corruption cases It is not the wisest course of action for a court of law, suspecting corruption, to declare award of licenses and grants by the government as...