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Infected hospitals: Healthcare associated infections on the rise

One in 10 patients are infected in Australian hospitals, a definitive indication of a modern scourge.

21 Jul 2019 4:03 AM

Being Patriots in time of nationalism: Networked legitimacy

Electoral legitimacy of an observably racist leader legitimises and emboldens racist elements in public sphere.

14 Jul 2019 2:45 AM

Being Patriots in time of nationalism: Procrustean nationalism and its discontents

In the contemporary practices of nationhood, Procrustean beds of nationalism no longer function like extraconstitutional systems in India.

14 Jul 2019 2:38 AM

The mystery coin

Libra is very very far from a proper Crypto currency structure.

07 Jul 2019 8:31 AM

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Gamechanger or facade?

In this digital age, with great responsibility comes great scrutiny.

07 Jul 2019 8:22 AM

Global South at receiving end

This view is contested since is the potential for it to be misused to restrict welfare payments to those deemed to be ‘multiplying’.

09 Jun 2019 6:33 AM

Population Matters

A growing number of people in developing countries are emulating unsustainable, high consuming lifestyles.

09 Jun 2019 6:22 AM

Revisiting primary health care 40 yrs after Alma-Ata

Primary health care, the central idea within the Alma-Ata declaration, was interpreted in many ways by many people.

12 May 2019 6:05 AM

How it panned out in India

An increase in availability of various interventions at primary level has gone a long way in reduction of diseases.

12 May 2019 6:02 AM

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Literature squares up

Racism in the First World metamorphoses into caste and religious divide in India.

15 Apr 2019 5:09 AM

Against Literature

Literature can’t take down racism... there is a “little white man deep inside us all”.

15 Apr 2019 5:07 AM

Datafied citizens

Data analysis makes us viewable and knowable, and thus manageable, for both authorities and businesses at unprecedented levels.

31 Mar 2019 5:31 AM

‘As a society, we are more compassionate today’

‘Throughout 1980s, Anglophone world has ‘remoralised’, as moral language became prevalent in its culture’.

17 Mar 2019 5:19 AM

Words do not reflect trends

The authors were interested in how morality changed over time by tracking changes in “patterns of language use”.

17 Mar 2019 5:13 AM

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The community of comedy

The modern philosopher to have placed perhaps the most stress on the social character of comedy was Henri Bergson.

10 Mar 2019 6:14 AM

Joke on politicians they jest can’t take it

In 2013, our Parliament erupted in near-unanimous indignation over a 1954 cartoon by Shankar portraying Nehru and Ambedkar.

10 Mar 2019 6:13 AM

Relationship matters: Looks not the clincher

When a relationship doesn’t have issues, people inflate small problems. You can be your own worst enemy without realising it.

24 Feb 2019 7:15 AM

Relationship matters: Firewalls save relationships

The institution of marriage is designed for the fulfilment and expression of powerful needs inherent in human nature.

24 Feb 2019 7:10 AM

Computers and authority

The threat to freedom in the digital age is from the non-free, proprietor-driven software, encompassing all forms of computing.

27 Jan 2019 8:04 AM

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