An ‘air purification’ ritual by Indian priests in Tokyo is one of the dumbest things I’ve seen done in a while.
The unwavering intensity of his writing, and of his commitment to seem to be chronicling something as opposed to be vainly conjecturing something, is what made his fiction worth committing to.
The Wire June 15, 2015 When the first installment of The Lord of the Rings trilogy was released […]
The Wire May 18, 2015 What should be the priority for science in India? Nature journal published answers […]
The Wire May 21, 2015 A scientific paper written by Alan Turing, the brilliant computer scientist who cracked the […]
On March 20, I attended a short talk by Malavika Jayaram, a fellow at the Berkman Center for Internet […]
The best stories are those that help us give new meanings to old objects, accustomed ideas and known tales. […]