Archive for January, 2009

Closure had never felt so real.

Topic: Culture | by on Jan 19

There’s no doubt that Rab Ne Bana Di Jodi is a crowd pleaser.

Topic: Arts | by on Jan 19

The failure of Indian universities to both sustain their own teaching staffs and to prepare Indian citizens for a knowledge-based economy now threatens the country’s economic future.

Topic: Politics | by on Jan 19

There’s room for hope despite a disastrous year for Pakistan cricket.

Topic: Sports | by on Jan 19

Etiquette is a code, and together with manners, is born of societal interaction.

Topic: Culture | by on Jan 19

That 58 million dollars could be used to show the world that Bangladesh has much more to offer than poverty

Topic: Culture, Politics | by on Jan 5

Cricket is a sport that we fervent followers look to for instant gratification – it can be five days long at times, but even a great session’s play will make us feel like we are the number one team in the world.

Topic: Sports | by on Jan 5

When she plunges from her privileged perch into the filth that is little more than the product of pretense…

Topic: Arts | by on Jan 5

In hindsight, Sri Lanka’s conflicts are examples of extreme administrative folly and political selfishness, perpetuated by nationalism.

Topic: Politics | by on Jan 5

Until BEOS has been proved to work beyond reasonable doubt, India probably shouldn’t be risking its scientific reputation on it.

Topic: Politics | by on Jan 5