Is bitcoin a revolution? The recent surge in the value of the cryptocurrency would suggest so.
Three and a half years after Narendra Modi’s virtual coronation as Emperor of the Monogrammed Suit, the only ‘vikas’ I’ve seen is my neighbour Vikas Gupta.
Judges foil over-enthusiastic ploy of anti-corruption zealots
Earlier this month, my family doctor sent me a curt message: “Air has become hazardous. Do not go for a walk in the park. Work from home.” I checked out the air quality index of Delhi and it was at 900 with very high particulate matter or PM. The air was murderous and there was no one, climate change deniers included, who was rubbishing these figures.
The most interesting part of Achin Vanaik’s book is his discussion of religion within the Marxian context, and which is not confined to Marx
Data shows that not drought itself but limited state capacity or government negligence has been the leading cause of famine through the 20th century
There is a need to recognise Tipu Sultan’s contribution in dealing a damaging blow to the Raj by affirming its enduring value instead of belittling his legacy by terming him anti-Hindu
The UP local body election results will be announced on December 1 and they promise to change the narrative in the run-up to 2019