Quis Custodiet Ipsos Custodes?

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Jan 21
Quis custodiet ipsos custodes? Who shall keep watch over the guardians? Whoever Luvenalis was, he certainly had a knack for asking the right questions… For any attempt at democratic governance

Migrant Populations, Permanent Problems

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Jan 14
With the economy now confirmed as having moved into the twenty-first century, the need for infrastructure is being felt in an emphatic manner. All over the country, it requires but

On Bloggin’

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Jan 12
One of the toughest things, I discovered once I had committed myself to shooting my mouth off at least thrice a week, is selecting the topic. It’s not a problem

In the name of Secularism…

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Jan 09
Secularism, as defined by any dictionary, with regard to governance, implies the separation of the administration and the religion – any religion. In other words, a secular country is one

Of Tsunamis and Aftermaths

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Jan 08
I suppose I am just one of the millions who watched the evolution of the tsunami from a mere tremor in Chennai to one of the most spectacular disasters in

Review – Maha Nadigan

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Jan 02
Rating : 8.25/10 Genre : Social/Comedy Starring : Sathyaraj, Namitha, Mumtaz Director: Shakti Chidambaram After Kamal’s ‘Indian‘ and Vijaykanth’s ‘Ramana,’ one wondered who it was who would throw in their