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By Harsh Vardhan
As Marx’s writing are critical of capitalism and liberal tradition, from the very date of its publication, Weber’s essay became a critique of Marxism and thereby of the socialist project.
By Aarti Mangal
Why cannot all stakeholders of education think about catering to the food and health requirements of the students as well as their families at a priority basis?
By Ramsha Aveen
Covid-19 fortunately or unfortunately has opened up new possibilities to explore the meaning of death; it has subtly demarcated the death from the performance of death.
By Umang Kumar
This is how it kills, George
like a knee on the neck
to crush you
By Mahvish Shahab
One is perplexed to understand what is more intense: the fear of dying nameless and unidentified in temporary shelters or the desperation to reach home safely.
By Sekhar Banerjee
Calcutta is hermaphrodite like a red hibiscus
or a tomato or pumpkin or a horse chestnut
By Soma Mandal
Rehana Fathima, one of the six non-Hindu social activists, who tried to bring down the period barricade surrounding the Sabarimala Temple in Kerala has been sacked by the telecom giant BSNL for her immodest and indecent public behaviour.
By Ananya S Guha
Effective teaching can be done by intuition and by understanding intuitively the levels of comprehension that exist in a classroom.
By Nishi Pulugurtha
Everyone was talking of the jhor. As I was eating rice, saag and fish, Dida told us about the jhor. She said it had a name, Amphan.
By Moinak Dutta
So they look around
Like a stupefied lot,
By Khalid Jawed
In Qissa, we do not find the Irrfan Khan of other films: style of dialogue delivery, facial expression, gait, reflexes, mannerism and his entire body language are pronouncedly different.