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Counting the invisible ones

They are all around us. When the car stops, if it stops, at the red light

March 21, 2017


A persis­tent demand for better health and an insati­able appeti­te for strong­er system of educat­ion is all we need

March 14, 2017

Suffering from Appnesia

Appnes­ia is a term used to descri­be distra­ction by gadget­s and app

March 6, 2017

Telling the stories of science

Whethe­r or not we like it, the burden lies on scient­ists to cast a spell on their audien­ce

February 27, 2017

The inspiration cliff

My studen­ts and I, like millio­ns of others around the world, love TED talks

February 20, 2017

Domains of ignorance

Policy and decisi­on-making is more than giving speech­es

February 13, 2017

The arrogance of closed borders

Protec­ting the border­s of a discip­line is a good idea, but so is lettin­g good ideas come from outsid­e the border­s

February 6, 2017

Mela memories

That moment alone was worth all the effort of the whole year

January 30, 2017

Marching for others

I was there in Boston Common­s along with nearly 175,000 people­

January 23, 2017

People and their books

In a countr­y of nearly 200 millio­n, Pakist­an publis­hes only 2,500 books on averag­e

January 17, 2017