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On tambays

I don’t know why media people are reacting to old news as if they’ve just been born the past hour. Their strange reaction undoubtedly picked up by the viewing or listening public is bad influence. 2,691 more words


Admissions Open: Urban Studies at Ambedkar University

Applications are being accepted for two new courses in Urban Studies at Ambedkar University, Delhi.

BA in Sustainable Urbanism

The progressive urbanisation of the world’s population has multiple implications that range from the social to the ecological. 286 more words


Lessons on labor "importation" from hiring dynamics in football

The World Cup kicks off today in Russia, and for the players who perform well, it could earn them a transformative move to a European club.

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On the ongoing reality at the US-Mexico border

International NGOs supporting children and their development have this mantra: children cannot wait. On that note, US President Donald Trump’s relatively quick response to events at it’s border with Mexico… 252 more words


The Ghost of Education Continued (How I would have liked to put it)

Last December I wrote a post, The Ghost of Education. It was a personal post with short commentary on Nietzsche’s lectures in book form, … 116 more words

The Fox and the Hedgehog, And Possibility of Their Hybrid: A Schema for Reforming Civil Services

It has been six months since the second essay of this series was published. In this third essay, as promised in the second, and continuing the discussion of that part, I will be examining, outlining and envisioning a reform scheme for the individual branches of senior civil services. 12,477 more words


Culture and the build, build, build strategy

Today on GMA’s 24 Oras were featured potholes on asphalted sections of EDSA, newly-damaged from the recent habagat rain. DPWH personnel who were interviewed cited as cause “heavy and frequent vehicular usage of the national highway”. 309 more words