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Fingerprints Change Over the Course of a Person’s Life

Fingerprints may not be the permanent biological signatures we’ve built them up to be. Since the 1920s, fingerprints have been accepted as evidence in courtrooms due to their uniqueness and permanence. And their uniqueness has been scientifically validated. But what of their permanence? Do those ridges and swirls remain the same from birth to death? According to a new study, our...

The Martyr Principle

History is simple. It is a story of friends and enemies. Conflict is history’s main protagonist, with politics writing the script. This is an immutable truth, from pre-Biblical wars to modern-day strife. In all folklore, which forms the romantic...

Will the New Voters Redeem the Fortunes of a Young Republic?

Like I wonder if this is a good time for people to recall what Winston Churchill had said in British Parliament when the India Independence Act was moved by then Prime Minister Clement Atlee. He said “…power will go to the hands of rascals,...

Why Companies Stop Innovating.

In the last few years we've recognized that a startup is not a smaller version of a large company. We're now learning that companies are not larger versions of startups.

The “remaking” of Indian banking

Reserve Bank of India governor Raghuram Rajan has declared that he intends to launch on a “dramatic remaking” of Indian banking. In fact, his case for a ‘remake’ had been made as far back as 2009 through the Committee on Financial Sector...

भारतीय राजनीति खेल , रग्बी के नजरिये...

वर्तमान समय में भारत कि राजनीति सिर्फ अवसरवादिता रह गयी है। जैसे प्राचीन भारत में बहुत सारी...

Sixty years of IT in India

I was struck by a recent headline that appeared in the business pages of newspapers, stating that the IT-related exports from India are expected to touch US $ 87 billion in 2014. In these days when colossal figures related to scams hit the...

भारतीय संस्कृति का भविष्य

भारतीय संस्कृति के कई रूप हैं जिसकी तुलना आपस में नहीं की जा सकती है। ये भारतीय संस्कृति बनाई...

Carbon dioxide has an unexpected effect in Antarctica

Rising CO2 levels are causing temperatures to climb across most of the planet. But above central Antarctica (home to the Kohnen Station, a German research facility, shown), those excess greenhouse gases cause cooling, not warming, new data show.

Why Companies Stop Innovating.

In the last few years we've recognized that a startup is not a smaller version of a large company. We're now learning that companies are not larger versions of startups.

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