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Sugato Hazra

Sugato Hazra

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Dividing Digitally

12 Feb 2019 3:15 PM GMT
The world has seen the rise of many social media coaches to help politicians and political parties. Mayawati is just a late entrant

Insensitive gender sensitivity

30 Jan 2019 1:43 PM GMT
In truth, gender sensitivity is crippled by distinctions in class, appearance and sophistication – if high-born, you are more equal than others

Save Liberalism from Liberals

14 Jan 2019 3:00 PM GMT
The failure of liberals in matching ideology with practice has ultimately paved the way for the fall of liberalism across the globe

Seeking instant fame

27 Dec 2018 3:28 PM GMT
In the contemporary world, everyone is striving for instant fame – greatly facilitated by social media – forgetting that such glory lacks direction

Economic cost of worship

7 Dec 2018 2:37 PM GMT
If over-devotion to cows hurts the economic interests of those living on the margins, the society will erupt someday

How central banks Fail

22 May 2018 1:27 PM GMT
From the Greek fiasco to India’s bank crises – it has been brought to light how freedom without sufficient accountability spawns the bedrock for tragedy.

Full frontal corruption

10 April 2018 2:45 PM GMT
The ways of ICICI and Axis Bank unravel how illustrious individuals ignore inconsistencies and allow abuse of economy through inaction

Stalled Empowerment

12 March 2018 3:32 PM GMT
Women Empowerment can wait – let us celebrate Women’s Day!

Nothing beside remains

7 March 2018 3:26 PM GMT
In the quest to memorialise human transience, statues become endowed with unnecessary value—breaking them though, is still hooliganism

Where forgery wins

16 Feb 2018 1:52 PM GMT
Repeated scams in the banks of our country highlight how our system is essentially flawed

Lies, statistics and Twitter

8 Feb 2018 2:47 PM GMT
The glamorous world of social media is, in fact, crowded by non-human elements posing with a human profile

Violence stops development

25 Jan 2018 3:22 PM GMT
There is a rich body of literature analysing a variety of relationships between employment, unemployment, and violence.
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