Best of BS Opinion: Power paradox, rise of digital humanities, and more
Here are the top BS Opinion articles of the day
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The first edit says rationalising power rates is essential to ensure discoms’ survival. The second edit appreciates the work of the All India Chess Federation in organising the Olympiad.
Ajit Balakrishnan explores the use of digital methods in humanities and why it will bring about a revolution in the study of history and cultural studies.
Tamal Bandyopadhyay roots for a 50 basis point hike in the RBI’s repo rate.
Debashis Basu looks at why human minds are not conditioned to looking at markets in ways desirable.
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First Published: Mon, August 01 2022. 06:35 IST