There is no shame in learning from others and putting it to good use, to create new knowledge.
Sen on Monday lauded Sanskrit not only as a language but also as a vehicle for thoughts and ideas.
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Amartya Sen, spoke about his Indian passport, days in Calcutta, the UPA government and PM Narendra Modi.
Amartya Sen says differences remain, but compliments PM on can-do, toilets stress.
The Adda on Saturday will be moderated by Pratap Bhanu Mehta and Seema Chishti.
Families have a preferred number of sons at any given fertility level as well as a preferred fertility level.
‘Neo-liberals’ emphasise sewers, sanitation and toilets, not ‘neo-communists’.
Daughter of Amartya Sen, Nandana clarifies rumours surrounding her, about life after marriage and films.
A singular identity breeds violence — look at the proud tribal Pakhtun and the adaptable, giving Punjabi.
Sen said he would like someone who is more secular as a PM.
Nobel laureate says ‘very important election’, to vote today after 13 years.
The prize was instituted in 2009 to recognise extraordinary work in the field of sciences and humanities
The first day of the Jaipur Literature Festival saw sessions on eating sustainably, feminism in everyday life and Nobel laureate Amartya Sen’s seven wishes for the country
Sen said AAP had set an example of how grassroots problems could be rightly raised as electoral issues.
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