Ecovillages – A Silent Development Revolution in South Odisha

By Ravi Shankar Behera & Dr. Ranjit K. Sahu In recent years, the importance of sustainability has been recognized in the sectors of agriculture and development with the UN, emphasizing on the same and prescribing the inclusion of sustainable development goals into any development initiative. The perils of climate change […]

May 3, 2020 · 8 comments · Articles

Eric Schmidt vs Elon Musk: Why AI is Here to Stay

By Mr. Soumik Sarkar  ““By far the greatest danger of Artificial Intelligence is that people conclude too early that they understand it.” –Eliezer Yudkowsky A few years back, American business magnate, investor and engineer Elon Musk  — of Tesla and  SpaceX fame — had fired back at Mark Zuckerberg over […]

May 3, 2020 · 0 comments · Articles

Autobiography of COVID-19

By Arkadeep Das Hi, I am Covid-19. But I have a lot of names, like Corona Virus, Epidemic and a lot more. But these names are all given by you people on earth. Now if I say that, I am your counterpart or resemblance, I am a lesson to you […]

May 3, 2020 · 2 comments · Articles

Stop Bickering

By Shobha Diwakar The world is silent. The world is asleep. It has recoiled and has slipped into its cocoon. Hush! Do not disturb its restiveness. It may recoil fiercely. It has already locked everyone, the entire humanity indoors, silence spreading its tentacles and shutting down every outdoor activity. Take […]

May 3, 2020 · 2 comments · Articles

Ancient Greek Civilization and Mythology: An Overview

By Anantinee ‘JHUMPA’ Mishra Ancient Greek civilization was the period following Mycenaean civilization, which ended about 12000 BCE, to the death of Alexander the Great, in 323 BCE. It was a period of political, philosophical, artistic, and scientific achievements that formed a legacy with unparalleled influence on western Civilization. This […]

April 26, 2020 · 2 comments · Articles

Reminiscing Safdar Hashmi

By Yanis Iqbal Reminiscing Safdar Hashmi  The democratic structure of India is being weakened. Attempts are being made to obliterate freedom. In these cataclysmic times, it is imperative that we remember the lost legacy of Safdar Hashmi who possessed the unflinching determination to unfetter India Safdar Hashmi and Street Theatre […]

April 19, 2020 · 0 comments · Articles

How to Live a 1000 Year’s in Just 100

By Abhinav Desa I know this is nearly impossible for any human being to live more than 80 year’s, keeping in mind today’s food habits, pollution, oxygen intake, negative thoughts, bad habits.. Etc!! There are “n” number of problems that I haven’t listened because it’s not the same for every […]

April 19, 2020 · 0 comments · Articles

The Invisible Visible in Stephen Gill’s The Singer of Life

By Binod Mishra Abstract Stephen Gill, a novelist and poet, blends his sweeps of imagination with longings to attain spiritual bliss through his purity of passion pricking his earthly stay with heavy dosage of realism in his latest collection of poems entitled The Singer of Life. Acclaimed widely as a […]

April 19, 2020 · 0 comments · Articles

Staying Connected with Academics During Lock-Down

Dr. Anusha B Since a couple of days, it has been a tough time for almost everybody around the world. With the increasing cases of Covid-19, Lock-down has been a challenge for many of us in many ways. Starting with the shortage of food essentials to managing the household. Being […]

April 19, 2020 · 2 comments · Articles

Back to Our Primal Selves

By Chandrasen Yadav It is a very unique time since world war II ended, in these 70 years there wasn’t a single conversation about survival—at least not in the upper and middle-class societies, as collectively as it has become. But here we are, suddenly it’s all about survival again, everything […]

April 19, 2020 · 0 comments · Articles