Confluence February 2018 Issue Editorially Speaking. This is our first quarterly issue for 2018. As usual it comes bundled up with a variety of
By Reginald Massey David Ochterlony was born in Boston in 1758 and at the age of eighteen managed to procure a cadetship to serve in India.
By Reginald Massey China which has historically regarded itself as the Middle Kingdom has now become the workshop of the world and no country can
A critique of the Kochi Muziris Biennale 2017- a Contemporary Art Exhibition By Hema Nair We believe Art should be beautiful and poetry musical, but here’s
By Reginald Massey On April 5, 1649 there was born in Boston, New England, a boy named Elihu Yale. The Yales were of Welsh ancestry
By Reginald Massey Today English is the only truly global language. It is in fact an interplanetary language; the first man on the moon spoke
Confluence November 2017 issue Editorially Speaking. The question of strong and moral leadership Yet another year is almost in its way out! Despite the usual
Reported by Prabhakar Kaza Has the ICC Women’s World Cup Finals at Lord’s in July 2017, changed the landscape of Indian Women’s Cricket is the
By Maya Malhotra Please run, don’t walk to the next total solar eclipse. Across mainland US, enter the 8th of April, Anno Domini 2024 in
By Reginald Massey The death of Dina Wadia on November 2 at the age of 98 closes an era so far as Pakistan is concerned.