The writer is Associate Editor.
The Nobel Prize in Chemistry 2018 has been awarded to three scientists who have accelerated and directed the creative power of evolution by putting “Darwin in a test-tube”.
It is time to resurrect Mickey Spillane, the legitimate foreparent of James Bond.
These are times when political interviews are pedalled, TV outrage peddled and feet-made bread isn’t much to be shocked about
The English language and its glorious capacity to assimilate.
The post-truth landscape just saw Wikipedia ban Daily Mail as a reference source and the first, inevitable signs of a Trump-Hitler comparison.
Like in a kung fu tournament, a lot of the budget action happens around the ring, not in, and this year, the unfortunate passing of E Ahamed sparked off a ringside match.
A 1940s Tamil novella can explain why jallikattu inspires such passion.
As post-truth clouds gather, the world needs more voices that tell things as they are
Though economics is the only social science to depend heavily on math, almost as much as some of the pure sciences, the book is an eerily easy read.
In a sharp letter to Donald Trump, American Press Corps asserted their rights, laying the groundwork for an intriguing battle ahead
A new Sanskrit book in parallel text throws open possibilities of intuitive accessibility.
The latest is her biography of Babur’s daughter Gulbadan, which drops the sentimental “rose” from the original title: Portrait of a Rose Princess at the Mughal Court.