Sat, Apr 14 2018. 11 14 PM IST
There are four primary motivators that drive most human actions. If these rewards be taken out of the act, what is life about?
Sat, Apr 07 2018. 11 14 PM IST
Political veterans and newlyweds know big bang change must be attempted in the honeymoon period. Else, hell hath no fury like an Indian voter or a scorned in-law.
Sun, Apr 01 2018. 01 14 AM IST
That the Bible has survived in multiple iterations has to do with the ‘Theory of Optimal Fragmentation’. It holds lessons for individuals, businesses and governments
Sat, Mar 24 2018. 11 25 PM IST
Social media networks that collect big data are passé. Investors have moved on to other things like creating personalized medicine. It’s worse.
Sat, Mar 17 2018. 11 27 PM IST
All narratives appeal to emotion and are twisted to suit the storyteller’s motives. We cave in, without pausing to examine the evidence
Sat, Mar 10 2018. 11 19 PM IST
Why may a municipal hospital be better than a private one with more amenities? Answers emerge when accidents happen, and convention is questioned
Sat, Mar 03 2018. 11 18 PM IST
Dealing with an ingenious answer from a kid who wants to bunk school suggests morally ambiguous ground must be covered
Sat, Feb 24 2018. 11 21 PM IST
For some reason, most people fear death. But we’re dying every minute. And graveyards offer pointers to why death may not be a bad thing.
Sat, Feb 10 2018. 11 20 PM IST
Much of how we live is dictated by the narratives amplified by what is popular on the social vector. It’s time to ask some questions and find individual narratives.
Sat, Jan 27 2018. 11 40 PM IST
Critics celebrated Team Indus’ for not making it to the moon. But that is the nature of critics. Those who can imagine and have muscle, continue to aim for the moon