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Location-based Ambient Intelligence Is the Next Big Leap in Consumer Applications

Ambient intelligence is a relatively new term in the technology lexicon, yet ABI Research forecasts that it will become the major evolution in …

The final frontier of Hindutva?

The Bharatiya Janata Party’s aggressive foray into Jammu and Kashmir politics in the current election suggests that it sees the State — the only …

The Peshawar school massacre united Pakistan – but cracks are already showing

Sadly, once the dust settles, it is likely the military will stick to the policies that ripped apart so many families<p>The Peshawar school massacre has given Pakistanis an unprecedented moment of unity. A country so deeply divided that even 40,000 deaths from terror attacks since 2001 could not …

How Van Gogh Found His Purpose: Heartfelt Letters to His Brother on How Relationships Refine Us

Long before <b>Vincent van Gogh</b> (March 30, 1853–July 29, 1890) became a creative legend and attained such mastery of art that he explained nature better than science, he confronted the same existential challenge many young people and aspiring artists face as they set out to find their purpose and do …

India, Flying and Fighting Go Together. Sadly.

Earlier this month, I flew from New Delhi to Bagdogra. It was a clear, beautiful day. The flight was close to capacity, as most domestic flights are …

Is the Congress over?

The British Raj had been jittery even since the 1857 Uprising. The strategy it had decided on was to whole-heartedly adopt the recommendations by …

India

The old, tested power games

On 2nd November, a group of us visited Bawana in north west Delhi to observe the proceedings of the mahapanchayat held there. The embers of the …

India’s most famous psychologist looks on the bright side about Sikhs, Muslims, Hindus—and even the Chinese

Ashis Nandy, one of India’s most prominent intellectuals, was in the US last week. When I heard he was visiting Hofstra University to speak at a conference on the 30th anniversary of the massacres of Sikhs in India, I invited him to take a train up to Vassar College in Poughkeepsie, New York. Nandy …

India

The failure of the Indian imagination

If the recent image of Prime Minister Narendra Modi >swinging on the jhula with Chinese President Xi Jinping was meant to suggest a technological …

Who will make the Middle East’s new map?

The present turmoil raging across the Middle East is unfolding on several levels, reflecting the multitude of forces and tensions involved. There is …