Postscript

Postscript
The utility of dictionaries has increased with new technology and internet apps making reading a better experience for both native and non-native speakers of English.
Trying to organise an international, multicultural and secular wedding in Paris turned out to be a lesson in differing bureaucracies.
In an effort to impart complex ideas as simply as possible, in this edition of his column, the illogical Toothcomber tackles the profligacy of the poor and economic inequality.
In Sri Lanka, the English language remains a symbolic marker of privilege, refinement and class—as well as a means of upward mobility.
We care so little about the quality of assets in our public environment, poor quality being an outcome of corruption. When can we hope for a change? Some thoughts on corruption.
As a large-scale contemporary art expo that sought global attraction and transboundary presence, the second edition of the Kochi-Muziris Biennale was a felicitous winner.
Recent incidents in the United States raise fears of a renewed bigotry and discrimination that could increasingly fuel racial and cultural hatred.

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