Pankaj Mishra has been mentioned or cited more than a dozen times throughout all the RSS channels we monitor. Especially, the channel 'Poets & Writers' contains less than a dozen references to this person (or maybe different people with similar names) alone. As it’s displayed on the chart below, Pankaj Mishra was highly popular in February last year.
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[...] rise in hatred in societies around the world? In Age of Anger: A History of the Present, Pankaj Mishra offers a take on our current predicament by tracing increased disaffection, disappointment and [...]
[...] of minorities are not the exception in US history – they are its logical conclusion. Pankaj Mishra examines the dream of the multiracial democracy, and America’s failure to realise it Never in [...]
[...] . It is very hard to see this because it has become mainstream. Yet look at the writings of Pankaj Mishra, Amrit Wilson, Anish Kapoor, Sanjoy Majumdar and many others to see how that common thread [...]
[...] ’ personal notebooks are worth reading? At the New York Times, writers Thomas Mallon and Pankaj Mishra recommend the journals of Dawn Powell, Virginia Woolf, Witold Gombrowicz, and others. Today is [...]
[...] , DW China’s missile gambit -- Washington Post editorial India's Savage, Invisible War -- Pankaj Mishra, Bloomberg How Putin Is Surviving Lost Oil Revenue -- Mark Whitehouse, Bloomberg Why Russia [...]
[...] roots, to do the job. No one can then accuse you of racism. This, in short, is the story of Pankaj Mishra, the much-acclaimed author and general hater-in-chief of anything Indian. In a recent article [...]
[...] a strong but measured response to ISIS’s recent provocative acts. Writing for The Guardian, Pankaj Mishra rejects that the group is a resurgence of medieval Islam and rather expresses that, “In [...]