Don’t judge the best science journalists in India after having read only the worst science journalism.
If the BJP/Congress have been offended by Prashant Bhushan’s tweet, it could only be because they have interpreted his tweet offensively.
if you don’t force designers to follow best practices when making an infographic, you’ll be setting a lower bar that will soon turn around and assault you with all kinds of charts conceived to hide what the numbers are really saying.
There’s always bigger fish, isn’t there?
A professing of intelligence without continuous practice can, and will, occasionally legitimise immature thinking.
An award of the Indian Science Congress has become subverted into becoming an instrument of negotiation for political agents: “You let me interfere in your duties, I will give you a fancy-sounding award”.
Matt Mullenweg pulled up a WP-competitor for not abiding by the terms of a license that allowed it to emerge in the first place.
In most of Tamil cinema, “men act and women appear. Men look at women. Women watch themselves being looked at.”
No amount of fondness or pride for situating themselves in the national capital can save journalism establishments from the steady toll the city is taking on their journalists.
An ‘air purification’ ritual by Indian priests in Tokyo is one of the dumbest things I’ve seen done in a while.
Has the prime-mover of our space programme been taken hostage by the consequences of not separating space research from defence research?