Continuing the debate on the river linking proposal of the Government of India, a Kathmandu-based water engineer-turned-social auditor examines the history of the emergence of the hydraulic technocracy in the Subcontinent and the principles on …
Ajaya Dixit | Oct 01, 2003
The closure of Amnesty India is a rude reminder of the growing antipathy towards political freedoms and dissenting voices in the country.
When Brahmin and Black identities converge.
How technical knowledge became the preserve of a ‘meritorious’ upper-caste elite.