September 19, 2020

Sudhirendar Sharma

  • Freedom’s Backstory
    Freedom’s Backstory

    This study busts the persistent myths about colonialism, also detailing how many Britons turned against their...

  • Behind A Ravaged Tara
    Behind A Ravaged Tara

    Vaughan eviscerates the film industry for selfishly promoting profitable art while keeping mum about its...

  • Trees Are From Eden
    Trees Are From Eden

    Raunchy poetry, austere prose—Suri dissects Bollywood’s Manichean need to veil desire

  • They Used The Good Book
    They Used The Good Book

    A study of constitutional litigation by common Indians describes processes and landmark cases to show how it...

  • A Bullet With Manasa’s Name
    A Bullet With Manasa’s Name

    Ghosh deploys myth and history to focus on the scary maw of a violated nature and the digitally-aided...

  • Life Hacks In Vale Of Tears
    Life Hacks In Vale Of Tears

    As tech takes over, deepening misery, battering the human spirit, subduing truth, Harari advocates a...

  • Time’s Bitterest Jokes
    Time’s Bitterest Jokes

    In an inspection of identity, influences and civilisational pull, Sardar reclaims ‘desi-ness’ for the...

  • GDP On A Reckless Aston
    GDP On A Reckless Aston

    Crony capitalism oils the wheels of politics, which then bestows on it the benefits of power. Modern...

  • Fine Head For A Story
    Fine Head For A Story

    Alum Bheg was a nondescript pawn sacrificed in the tumult of 1857. His story, told without empire-bashing or...

  • Dear Nitish, Farakka Can Wait, Why Don’t You Free Up 8 Rivers in Bihar
    Dear Nitish, Farakka Can Wait, Why Don’t You Free Up 8 Rivers in Bihar

    Dear Nitish Kumar, if Farakka Barrage is Bihar’s sorrow, then 8 rivers in your state are a misery, thanks...

  • Jallikattu Ban Strikes At Root Of Local Economy Nurturing Super-Healthy Indigenous Breeds Of Bull
    Jallikattu Ban Strikes At Root Of Local Economy Nurturing Super-Healthy Indigenous Breeds Of Bull

    If cultural events are banned, livestock keepers will be forced to abandon raising of genetically superior...

  • Is Going Cashless A Possibility?
    Is Going Cashless A Possibility?

    Tumbling of undisclosed cash from hidden lockers may fulfill the populist notion of ending corruption but the...

  • Against The Grain
    Against The Grain

    India's current and an all time high wheat harvest of over 74 million tonnes could soon be in jeopardy....

  • Why Things Go Better With Colas
    Why Things Go Better With Colas

    The issue of pesticides-in-colas is being projected as a waste of time, or a low-priority issue simply...

  • A Hidden Culprit
    A Hidden Culprit

    The actual number of suicides by self-help group (SHG) members in Andhra Pradesh may exceed 200 as reports...

  • Beware The Fury Of The Oppressed
    Beware The Fury Of The Oppressed

    NBA and Medha Patkar have shown exemplary resolve to stay non-violent for so long. Ordinary people lack such...

  • Turbulent Waters
    Turbulent Waters

    Why are several ministries including Water Resources and Finance strongly endorsing re-engagement with the...

  • And What Is Your Problem, Mr Kapil Sibal?
    And What Is Your Problem, Mr Kapil Sibal?

    `Your house, your problem,'. the minister of state for science & technology had said. How about a strategy...

  • In Shallow Waters
    In Shallow Waters

    That's where the state of disaster management in the country is, as the recent floods once again demonstrated...

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