Donald Trump and the art of being an infallible leader

New Delhi, Jan. 13 -- Sixty courts, including the highest court in the country, said that there was no widespread fraud in the election. More than 90% of senators admitted there was no fraud. But mill... Read More

The manipulative game of lying by telling small truths

New Delhi, Dec. 30 -- There are various types of lies that are used for manipulation. But telling a big lie by telling only the truth is the ultimate manipulation strategy. This strategy has clearly b... Read More

The pandemic has unleashed the age of individualism

New Delhi, Dec. 16 -- Humans are considered social animals. But in the last several months of the covid pandemic, all sorts of collective behaviour was discouraged. Individuals were encouraged to rema... Read More

The behavioural barriers that covid vaccines must break

New Delhi, Dec. 2 -- We have reached a crucial stage in covid pandemic management. Multiple companies have developed a vaccine in record time. With several innovations in supply-chain management, all ... Read More

Moderates around the world have begun to fight back

New Delhi, Nov. 18 -- In the last one decade, the world became increasingly insular. The country that built an empire on which "the sun never set" now wants to be all alone. Smooth global trade is bei... Read More

Pollsters cannot seem to read the US voter's mind right

New Delhi, Nov. 4 -- The US had more than 230,000 deaths due to covid-19. More than 10 million people were infected with the virus. The economy is not in a good shape at all. With such a disastrous pe... Read More

The role of cognitive dissonance in our echo chambers

New Delhi, Oct. 21 -- When was the last time you admitted you were wrong? When was the last time you accepted an idea that was contrary to your beliefs? In recent years, a peculiar behavioural trend h... Read More