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The Bio-Social Effects

“While body is the Bio-political reality, medicine is the Bio-political strategy.” – Paul-Michel Foucault (October 15, 1926 – June 25, […]

Revision: Significant & Systemic

“Knowledge speaks, but wisdom listens.” – Jimi Hendrix. Curriculum or academic syllabus at educational institutions had been radically revised in […]

On Petrology

The most important Australian cities are situated in the eastern part of the country. The spectators, who watch the game […]

A New & United Europe

The locals had reportedly taken shelter in a school building in a Ukrainian village in order to save their lives. […]

Europe In The Players’ List

After Prime Minister Narendra Modi‘s recent three-nation Europe visit, the Indian Ministry of External Affairs claimed that the PM’ meeting […]

A Waning Trust

The International Monetary Fund (IMF) has triggered a sensation by claiming that the trust in Government among the youth decreased […]

Literature ›

Bound & Preserved

The dignity of a leather-bound book is somewhat different. Even in the age of e-books, ownership of Leather-Bound books is […]

Spirit(ed)

The feeling of being afraid can linger for quite a long time, and can also shake from the very foundation […]

Post-modernism ›

Politics Of Life…

Human beings have learnt about the term Pandemic mainly from novels and movies. One can mention Albert Camus’ The Plague […]

A Farewell To Welfare?

French Philosopher Michel Foucault revitalised interest in Jeremy Bentham’s Panopticon in his publication ‘Discipline and Punish’ in the 1970’s. He […]

Psychology ›

Logged Out

The social networking site, Facebook, and its subsidiaries, including Messenger, Instagram, WhatsApp, Mapillary and Oculus, became globally unavailable for a […]

On Violence & The Strength

Indian politicians are still seen to be using the horror of Partition of the Indian Subcontinent, seemingly, for narrow political […]

Science ›

A Doodle-Filled Blackboard

Are there actually multiple versions of the universe, with more lives? Why did Stephen William Hawking (January 8, 1942 – […]

Breathing Fire!

The Arab Armies had besieged Constantinople in the 7th Century, but failed to capture the capital of the Byzantine Empire, […]

Fuelling To Flame

The Great Game of Geopolitics Well, fuel has become a crucial weapon of modern warfare. On April 27 (2022), Russia […]

Outrageous

The British Police have sparked a controversy by announcing that female suspects could be strip-searched by transgender Police officers! The […]

Possible Future Target

It seems that Russian President Vladimir Putin has planned to launch a military operation in Moldova, after Ukraine. A video […]

Peace (Of The Dead)

Nuclear weapons are not for war, but to prevent war… this idea has long been regarded as rather an axiomatic […]

His ‘Signature’

The name of this year’s winner of Pritzker Architecture Prize, the profession’s highest honour, has recently been announced. Diébédo Francis […]

A Diplomatic Tightrope Walk

Eventually, Indian diplomacy has tasted success under the leadership of Prime Minister Narendra Modi. Otherwise, the dominance of politics has […]