Aphasia century: Moving from language to electro-magnetic symbols

Aphasia century: Moving from language to electro-magnetic symbols

Ganesh N Devy

Ganesh Devy led the People's Linguistic Survey of India in 2010, which has researched and documented 780 Living Indian Languages

If US orders stop, India's IT can count on the political class to bail it out

Tathagata Bhattacharya

Tathagata Bhattacharya is Editor at WION digital (Web and Mobile). He is as enthused by newsbreaks as he is by jazz, single malt, mountains and literature.

Language as identity: Native Indian tribes and the revitalisation movement in the US

Jon Allan Reyhner

Jon Allan Reyhner is professor of Education at Northern Arizona University. He specialises on American Indian/Indigenous languages.

Critical fault-lines: Exploring train accidents in India

Critical fault-lines: Exploring train accidents in India

Dhiraj Sinha

The writer is known for his discovery of the Explicit Symmetry Breaking mechanism of radiation.

Language of trauma: In conversation with Sadaf Saaz

Nishtha Gautam

Nishtha Gautam is a recovering academic and Think Tank-er. Ergo, journalism.

The space race: What does India stand to gain?

Group Captain Ajey Lele (Retired)

Group Captain Ajey Lele (Retired) is Senior Fellow at the Institute for Defence Studies and Analyses, New Delhi. He writes on space technology and cyber security