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Preserved, For Posterity?

Preserving the body after death has been practiced in human society for ages, and the Egyptian mummies are finest example […]


“Maman died today. Or maybe yesterday, I don’t know.” – Albert Camus (L’Étranger or The Stranger or The Outsider; 1942) […]

Minor(ity) Matters!

The Commission on Race and Ethnic Disparities has triggered a fresh controversy in Europe, stating in its latest report that […]

Power Politics!

The Women had begun the struggle for their Rights centuries ago, because Inequality was quite flagrant in the society. Most […]

Literature ›


Popular sheet music publisher E. T. Paull had published a book on songs, titled Dawn of the Century, in 1900. […]


A couple of decades ago, History was more than mostly about narratives of men. At that period of time, historians […]


A senior American journalist has claimed that the COVID-19 Pandemic has taught the world 10 lessons! He did not have […]


Her Mother was the then State Secretary of the Party… she, once, landed a slap on her daughter’s face when […]

Post-modernism ›

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 […]

Inwards: In Words…

In an article titled ‘Space of Literature‘ (1955; trans. 1982), French Philosopher Maurice Blanchot (September 22, 1907 – February 20, […]

Ruxit Is Real?

It, now, seems that Russia will be the second nation, after Britain, to leave the European Union (EU). The Kremlin […]

Being Smart & Not So Phoney

The Pre-Pandemic and Post-Pandemic worlds will never be the same again. Changes have happened in many ways, and manifold. Perhaps, […]

Under Fire, Yet Again…

Meghan Markle, the daughter-in-law of the British Royal Family, is lying on the ground, and Queen Elizabeth II is depicted […]


He was not considered to be an important Pharaoh, at all! However, the royal items found with his mummy outweighed […]

On Delusions Of Gender

It may be rendered absolutely meaningless for parents to regret before the birth of a baby-girl, even if they go […]

A Pair Of Spectacles, And…

The pair of spectacles, made famous by Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi (October 2, 1869 – January 30, 1948), the Indian lawyer, […]