The Final Count
Three Indians earned over Rs 500 crore last year (No, Mukesh Ambani wasn’t one of them)
Where was Abhijit Banerjee born, asks Meghalaya Governor Tathagata Roy, irks social media users
Teenager’s electrocution: The litany of complaints against OYO Rooms just got a lot more serious
Retired SC judge says government is trampling on judicial independence through appointments
RBI reveals no Rs 2,000 note printed this year as NIA says high quality fake currency has resurfaced
Caught on camera: Bengaluru security firm owner brutally assaults two employees
Plane truths: Field notes on desis in the air
One chart shows how dramatically India’s GDP growth rate projections have fallen this year
‘Where did these masjidwalahs come from?’: How TV channels covered the last day of Ayodhya in court
Before the phones came back to life, Kashmiri families could not even mourn their dead
Watch: Has no brains, but can move, eat, and even solve problems. Meet Blob
‘Trying to masquerade as the champion of Kashmir’: Shashi Tharoor lashes out at Pakistan
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Science and Technology
It has been 70 years since Orwell wrote 1984. It may as well have been an essay on 2019
The dystopian classic has thought-crime, telescreens and the rewriting of news and history. We have surveillance, reality TV and fake news.
Stephen Groening, The Conversation
· Jun 19, 2019 · 08:30 am
Orwell vs Huxley vs Zamyatin: Who would win a dystopian fiction contest?
Revisiting three ground-breaking novels in the genre. Which one’s closest to our world today?
· Jun 25, 2017 · 05:30 am