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Borrowed knowledge

In a recent meeting on setting a research agenda in an institution, there was a suggestion to find out how, and whether, the top-level bureaucracy, consisting of the national administrative services, affects governance. There was some opposition t......   | Read..
 
Letters to the Editor

Bleak future

Sir — In his article, “Uncertain change” (April 22), Swapan Dasgupta claims... | Read»

Grave setback

Sir — It is upsetting that the Bihar government has cancelled the allotment... | Read»

Foul words

Sir — I would like to draw attention to a derogatory statement reportedly m... | Read»

Dream factory

Sir - The Odia film industry has a rich heritage and now it has completed 8... | Read»

 
EDITORIAL

Mad games

There is play as in sports and there is play as in theatre. The two do not intersect. Actors are not players in the sporting sense of the term. Yet the Indian Olympic Assoc......   | Read..
 
 

Lost and found

It is a world turned upside down. Policemen anywhere would be pulled up for not doing their duty. In West Bengal, the chief minister fumes at them for protecting the people......   | Read..
 
 
MALA FIDE

Learn to live as one

Cities, in all their varied dimensions, are important nerve centres of any civilization. Roads and highways link these cities to one another to create an intricate tapestry......   | Read..
OPED

In quest of a better public leadership

Politics is too serious a matter to be left to politicians. - Charles de Gaulle Many believe that politics - even any discussion of it - should be kept out of school. But others feel that it is bec......   | Read..
 
SCRIPSI

The necessity of reform mustn't be allowed to become a form of blackmail serving to limit, reduce, or halt the exercise of criticism... Critique doesn't have to be the premise of a deduction that concludes, "this, then, is what needs to be done." It should be an instrument for those who fight, those who resist and refuse what is. Its use should be in processes of conflict and confrontation, essays in refusal... It is a challenge directed to what is. - MICHEL FOUCAULT