April 04, 2020

Amartya Sen

  • Learning From Each Other
    Learning From Each Other

    'Indian mathematicians learned something from Babylonians, Greeks and Romans, they also taught some...

  • Putting Growth In Its Place
    Putting Growth In Its Place

    It has to be but a means to development, not an end in itself

  • We Hear You, Michael Aris, Loud And Clear
    We Hear You, Michael Aris, Loud And Clear

    The Nobel laureate takes India to task for tolerating tyranny in Burma and asks the world to call the bluff...

  • The Demands Of Social Justice
    The Demands Of Social Justice

    Engagement with reasons of justice is particularly critical in identifying the overwhelming priorities that...

  • What Can IT Industry Do For India?
    What Can IT Industry Do For India?

    Given what the country has done for Indian IT, it is not silly to ask: what specially can the IT industry do...

  • Add My Voice
    Add My Voice

    It is surprising that independent India has not yet been able to rescind the colonial era monstrosity in the...

  • Closing The Gap
    Closing The Gap

    The world can become more secure and more fair only if we close the educational gaps, and remove the enormous...

  • It's Right To Rebel
    It's Right To Rebel

    The protests against globalisation are often ungainly, ill-tempered, simplistic, frenzied and frantic, even...

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