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Reflecting on Reflections: The Journey of Photography

Madhumita Ghosh

Madhumita Ghosh

Professor Dr. Madhumita Ghosh is also a poet and editor. Her poems have been widely published in print, e-books, journals and magazines all over the world.She has authored four poetry books titled For All You Lovely People, Pebbles On The Shore, Flowing with the River and My Poetry My Voice, and also William Blake; A Prophet for Mankind, a critical study on the British poet. Madhumita has presently a novel and a book of short stories are in the pipeline.
Madhumita Ghosh

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From watching reflections on water to posing for a photograph is indeed a long journey. Here Madhumita takes us through the various phases of history, showcasing the voyage of the camera and how we react to it. Selfies might kill but the lure to pose is irresistible. Narcissus, the hunter in Greek mythology, known for his beauty, […]

Inclusion, not Exclusion, Needed for Reservation Policy

Anirban Kar

Anirban Kar is a technology and business consultant, who has earned his education degree in two continents, the USA and from India. His work started from 2003 in TCS, and comprised
of various clients ranging across geographies. His area of interest is business modeling,
enterprise architecture and investment analysis.

Different Truths serialises JAMMAI that focuses on the development in India. An initiative of the present government, it’s an ambitious project. We hope that the blueprint on paper matches the political will of the Modi government. Here’s the last part of the six-part article. Anirban reports on the reservation policy. We bring to you the sixth and final […]

MGNREGA: Will it Empower Rural India?

Anirban Kar

Anirban Kar is a technology and business consultant, who has earned his education degree in two continents, the USA and from India. His work started from 2003 in TCS, and comprised
of various clients ranging across geographies. His area of interest is business modeling,
enterprise architecture and investment analysis.

  Different Truths serializes JAMMAI that focuses on the development in India. An initiative of the present government, it’s an ambitious project. We hope that the blueprint on paper matches the political will of the Modi government. Here’s the fourth part, MGNREGA, of the six-part article. Here’s an in-depth report by Anirban. The fourth topic in the JAMMAI […]

Mobile Applications to Revolutionise Rural India

Anirban Kar

Anirban Kar is a technology and business consultant, who has earned his education degree in two continents, the USA and from India. His work started from 2003 in TCS, and comprised
of various clients ranging across geographies. His area of interest is business modeling,
enterprise architecture and investment analysis.

Different Truths serialises JAMMAI that focuses on the development in India. An initiative of the present government, it’s an ambitious project. We hope that the blueprint on paper matches the political will of the Modi government. Here’s the third part of the six-part article, Anirban reports. We dwell on the third topic, Mobile, in the JAMMAI series and […]

UIDAI: The Aadhaar of Identity

Anirban Kar

Anirban Kar is a technology and business consultant, who has earned his education degree in two continents, the USA and from India. His work started from 2003 in TCS, and comprised
of various clients ranging across geographies. His area of interest is business modeling,
enterprise architecture and investment analysis.

Different Truths serialises JAMMAI that focuses on the development in India. An initiative of the present government, it’s an ambitious project. We hope that the blueprint on paper matches the political will of the Modi government. Here’s the second part of the six-part article. Anirban reports on the need for national identification number for the […]

Digital Money: The Way Ahead

Anirban Kar

Anirban Kar is a technology and business consultant, who has earned his education degree in two continents, the USA and from India. His work started from 2003 in TCS, and comprised
of various clients ranging across geographies. His area of interest is business modeling,
enterprise architecture and investment analysis.

Technology has had a huge impact on monetary transactions around the world. Historically, we have seen the movement of physical goods as in the barter system to the flow of electronic money via networks. Digitising money will help the government, business and consumers in their own space. Here’s an in-depth analysis by Anirban. Whenever, the species is in […]

Can Digital Waste be Checked?

Soumitra Dasgupta

Soumitra Dasgupta

Soumitra enjoys deconstructing social trends in post modernist world in social media. He lives in Gurgaon and works in a private firm. Soumitra's quire humour is an integral part of his persona. He loves reading and body-building, though not necessarily in that order. Soumitra's quire humour is an integral part of his persona. He loves reading and body-building, though not necessarily in that order.
Soumitra Dasgupta

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Hoarding is human impulse. The digital generation, as this generation is called, often downloads books, texts, pix, etc, which they might not refer to later. They are thus creating digital waste. Soumitra takes a hard look at the possible menace of the digital waste in his tongue-in-cheek approach. I am a hoarder. I hoard books. My book-buying spree […]

Bridging the Digital Divide

Soumitra Dasgupta

Soumitra Dasgupta

Soumitra enjoys deconstructing social trends in post modernist world in social media. He lives in Gurgaon and works in a private firm. Soumitra's quire humour is an integral part of his persona. He loves reading and body-building, though not necessarily in that order. Soumitra's quire humour is an integral part of his persona. He loves reading and body-building, though not necessarily in that order.
Soumitra Dasgupta

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  The tech savvy young people, with dreams in their eyes, leave their nests often for distant lands. Their aging parents’ agonies increase manifold, when smart phones and laptops scare them. Soumitra shows us a way out; a wonderful relationship that might bloom between the elders and the young. India’s brain drain is ‘brain gain’ for other […]