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A Noble First

Abdus Salam, the founder-director of the Third World Academy of Sciences at Trieste, was the first Indian Muslim Nobel Laureate.

The Sweet Swan of Avon

As the 450th birth anniversary of William Shakespeare passes into history, doubts linger about the motives and authenticity of the world’s best-known playwright.

Decay and Darkness in Bihar

Once praised for its exemplary governance, Bihar is today in an advanced state of decline and poor development, despite the presence of unbelievably fecund land.

The Best News

As the frontier of exploration, space technology stands on the shoulders of more mundane developments to reach the vast expanse above us.

Sahir in the 21st Century

The economic exploitation of the underprivileged, gender oppression and the abuse of power are the eternal themes in the verse of the Marxist feminist poet, Sahir Ludhianvi.

A Tale of Two Cities

Travelling through the Moroccan cities of Marrakech and Fez evoked a sense of eternal community and camaraderie, magic and nostalgia.

Will the Postman Ring Twice?

Crowded out by modern communications technology, the Indian postal service may well be headed for extinction.

A Salute to Dissent

Legitimate safe harbours can balance sportspersons’ right to register conscientious dissent with the need to ensure respect for sporting ideals and the Olympic spirit.

Take Back the City

The “Why Loiter?” campaign attempts to take over a small part of public space so that women, like all others, can seek fun and pleasure in the streets of a vibrant urbanscape.

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