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Leading Science and Technology: India Next?

Varun Aggarwal In a world where artificial intelligence, gene therapy, 3D-printing and brain implants are becoming increasingly commonplace, India lags far behi...   [ continue reading...]

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Come Together

10 JUNE CAFE ZOE, MUMBAI This new musical series presents a young and contemporary interpretation of Indian classical music, in the form of solos and duets set...   [ continue reading...]

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Ruminations on Labour

9 MAY TO 31 JULY BALLYGUNGE PLACE, KOLKATA “Ruminations on Labour” features work by Prabhakar Pachpute, Praneet Soi, Sanchayan Ghosh and the Raqs Me...   [ continue reading...]

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Progressive psychoanalytic organization splits, silencing members over a Tel Aviv conference

Both the supporters and the opponents of a Tel Aviv conference are getting ready for the IARPP 2018 conference in...   [ continue reading...]

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Ask the Sexpert

6 JUNE LITTLE THEATRE, MUMBAI This feature-length documentary presents a portrait of Mahinder Watsa, a highly popular sex-advice columnist for a daily newspaper...   [ continue reading...]

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A Very Old Machine: The Many Origins of Cinema in India

Sudhir Mahadevan This book explores how nineteenth-century technologies and practices continue to shape Indian cinema in the twenty-first century. Deploying the...   [ continue reading...]

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Need for Speed

Bharat Namdeo Sonawane bought a bicycle four years ago, looking to speed up his commute. Every day he travelled from his village, near Nashik, to a cement plant...   [ continue reading...]

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John Boehner Says GOP is ‘Taking a Nap Somewhere’ While Trump Takes Over: ‘There is No Republican Party’

John Boehner sent out a fundraising email for that same Reublican party just three days ago, Publici's Dave Levinthal reports. Sipping what “appeare...   [ continue reading...]

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'Giuliani is the Screaming Baby': Trump's Lawyer Plans to Win by Being 'the Craziest Guy in the Room'

Rudy Giuliani may be acting like a madman—but CNN's Dana Bash reports there's a method to the madness. CNN’s Dana Bash on Thursday reported on...   [ continue reading...]

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Schoolboy’s Angst over School Shootings chokes up Sarah Sanders, who offers a “Commission” (Video)

“The White House press secretary appeared to become emotional when answering an elementary school reporter’s question about the danger facing childr...   [ continue reading...]

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Musica Medicina—A tribal meditative concert

10 JUNE SHOONYA CENTRE FOR ART AND SOMATIC PRACTICES, BENGALURU This concert will bring together folk traditions from around the world. It will incorporate indi...   [ continue reading...]

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Ukrainian socialists in the diaspora: lessons on Cold War solidarity from another era

Throughout the 1970s, a young generation of Ukrainian Canadians worked on solidarity campaigns for political priso...   [ continue reading...]

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National Film Festival of Kerala

8 TO 12 JUNE KANNUR, KERALA In its tenth edition, this film festival will screen around 30 films. These will include a selection from last year’s national...   [ continue reading...]

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Thinking Fast and Slow

ON A FRIDAY EVENING in November 2016, a 20-year-old medical student sat behind a mound of papers in a crowded college library, cramming for an upcoming examinat...   [ continue reading...]

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Facebook, Instagram Lack Transparency on Government-Ordered Content Removal Amid Unprecedented Demands to Censor User Speech, EFF's Annual Who Has Your Back Report Shows

Apple App Store, Google Play Store, YouTube Among the Best at Informing Users About the Number of, and Reasons for, Content Takedowns San Francisco, California...   [ continue reading...]

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Daughters of the Sun: Empresses, Queens and Begums of the Mughal Empire

Ira Mukhoty The women of the Mughal dynasty often worked behind the scenes, but there were some notable exceptions. Mukhoty reflects on remarkable characters su...   [ continue reading...]

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Internet Rips Trump for Pardoning 'Vile, AntiSemitic' Political Ally One Day After Meeting on Prison Reform

Former Justice Department Spokesperson Matt Miller called the move a “naked abuse of the pardon power.” One day after meeting with Kim Karda...   [ continue reading...]

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Shakuntala: Texts, Readings, Histories

Romila Thapar In this book, the historian Romila Thapar explores different narratives of the mythological figure of Shakuntala. Thapar follows the transformatio...   [ continue reading...]

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The Feds Are Piecing Together Shredded Documents Seized in Cohen Raid — And That's Bad News for Trump's Lawyer

"Note to all you aspiring white collar criminals out there: burn, don't shred." If Michael Cohen bought his shredder on special discount, he's likely goin...   [ continue reading...]

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Charter Schools: “Backpack Full of Cash”

Backpack Full of Cash is a 90-minute documentary about the negative consequences of the growing privatization of public schools in America. Produced several yea...   [ continue reading...]

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