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Reverse Take

We return to the villages in India visited by US. presidents after the camera lights have turned off and the make-up washed away.

The Tata Tapes and Beyond

Juggling Privacy, Reputation and the Public Interest

Dreams & Nightmares

Some day theories of the multiverse may yield satisfying secular answers to our most enduring existential questions on life, justice and afterlife.

The Mystery Of The Ghost Particles

The most abundant fundamental particles are paradoxically the most elusive.

Jessica Revival

Will No One Killed Jessica be the catalyst to spearhead a turnaround for this seemingly doomed, rejected and neglected genre?

World’s Largest Cattle Fair

Every November, in the pond-sized sleepy town of Pushkar, India comes alive with a riot of colors and a frenzied burst of activity, attracting visitors from around the globe to the famous Camel Fair.

Indian Outsourcing Companies Think Strategy Even as Pressure Mounts

Indian outsourcing companies navigate political minefields in pursuit of growth.

Nalanda The World’s First University

Nobel Prize winner Amartya Sen reflects on Nalanda University’s contribution to propagating knowledge and understanding in ancient India.

17,000 Farmer Suicides

More than 17,000 Indian farmers committed suicide in 2009, according to India’s National Crime Records Bureau (NCRB). The Tata Institute of Social Sciences estimates that

Hold It Britney

Indian designers Shane and Falguni Peacock’s outfitted Britney Spears for her video Hold It Against Me. 

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