under Sandipan Deb

Douglas Adams’ intergalactic legacy lives on, celebrated every 25 May.

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2 Jun 2010 | BY Sandipan Deb

That is not a mere question. It is an entry to a surreal new world of language.

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26 May 2010 | BY Sandipan Deb

To most of us, Hayek means Salma. But Nobel Prize-winning economist-philosopher Friedrich August von Hayek is perhaps more relevant today.

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21 May 2010 | BY Sandipan Deb

Collecting ‘friends’ on Facebook with whom we have nothing left to share. 

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18 May 2010 | BY Sandipan Deb

He said it takes 20 years to build a reputation and five minutes to ruin it. Has he finally ruined his own?

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13 May 2010 | BY Sandipan Deb

Unfinished last works by famous authors have always intrigued readers. Just as fascinating is Herge’s last Tintin.

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13 May 2010 | BY Sandipan Deb

The definitive guide to being busy just being busy.

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12 May 2010 | BY Sandipan Deb

If you’re feeling low, nothing works better than Monty Python skits on YouTube.

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5 May 2010 | BY Sandipan Deb

Remembering him as just a poet would be doing him a profound injustice. 

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28 Apr 2010 | BY Sandipan Deb

Perhaps the most important novel of the still-young century, Pullman’s opus is a grand tragedy about two brothers—Jesus and Christ.

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21 Apr 2010 | BY Sandipan Deb
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