Opinion  /  Published 24.02.19

Can gender-neutral school forms dehumanise people?

In this age of exclusions, the French National Assembly is trying out a policy of inclusiveness. It has proposed that schools should replace the terms ‘Mother’ and ‘Father’ on administrative f...
By The Editorial Board in

India  /  Published 04.08.19

Upper-caste Hindus dominate media: study

By The Telegraph in New Delhi

North East  /  Published 05.04.20

Two more hues of balsam blossom in Arunachal

Researchers from Malabar Botanical Garden in Kerala, who have discovered two new species of balsams near waterfalls in Arunachal Pradesh, said it shows close similarities with Chinese and Myanmar spec...
By Roopak Goswami in Guwahati

Opinion  /  Published 07.11.19

How a culture of equality drives innovation

It is well documented that in this age of widespread disruption, companies must innovate continuously, creating new markets, experiences, products, services, content or processes. So how can leaders e...
By Ellyn J. Shook and Julie Sweet in

Opinion  /  Published 03.12.18

Some thoughts on World Disability Day

We live in a climate of extreme discrimination, judgements, stigma, labels and isolation. Our lives are a constant negotiation through these. Imagine the impact of this on our physical and mental heal...
By Nidhi Goyal in


North East  /  Published 16.03.19

Chinese plant species found in Assam

A Chinese plant species, Ixora yunnanensis, has been found for the first time in Assam.Previously, it was considered endemic to the Yunnan province in China.Senior Assam forest department officer Jati...
By Roopak Goswami in Guwahati

Opinion  /  Published 03.03.19

Being an 'anti-national' is not a crime

It is a philosophical tease, as it were. A rather tricky one at that. In his conception of the State, Thomas Hobbes had argued that sovereignty is, in fact, the soul of the Leviathan. In a bid to prot...
By The Editorial Board in

Opinion  /  Published 08.03.20

Animal symbolism in nationalism

Few Indians evoke the awe and admiration that Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose did. But his symbolism is more relevant now than ever before. The Azad Hind fauj not only broke with British precedent by havin...
By Mahesh Rangarajan in

Opinion  /  Published 01.08.19

Conservation is a low priority for our legislators

Sir — It is worrying, but not entirely unexpected, that 22 species of flora and fauna have gone extinct in India in the past few centuries. These findings were recently tabled by the ministry of env...
By The Telegraph in


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