He was like a wave when he breezed through classrooms at Josephs, with his panache and charisma and his disdain for the norm and ritual. He peddled jokes and poetry with equal finesse. He exuded warmth, cheer and style. He was extremely intelligent with an at-your-face wit. His energies knew no bounds.
- Re: Tip of the Week #228 April 8, 2015This is a very important tip that is often neglected by early career/young researchers (and often by more senior ones too sometimes!). It is very easy to get carried away in one's criticism and slowly begin to question the thinker itself, and not the output of the thought process. Nice tip!NS Prashanth
- Re: Review of Pankaj Mishra’s “A great clamour” February 8, 2015That would make what I will write as the shortest piece written about the most populous country with the smallest possible audience in mind. :) Will certainly write that sometime. Plenty of interesting discussions there...NS Prashanth
- Re: Bheemaray Manganavar: Re-imagining the response to non-communicable diseases in India December 31, 2014A nice blog highlighting the problem of access to basic and essential medicines.NS Prashanth
- Re: Tip of the Week #228 April 8, 2015
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