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Happy Anniversary, Ryan! Thank you for the 5 best years of my life—for all the love and adventure, strength and tenderness. Thank you for Zinc. And thank you for swiping right! Or was it left?! I can’t remember. Thank you for everything. Love you to bits. 🥰 https://t.co/PlQHIs35NG
“No. I take the pessimistic view that India, like Russia, dealing with a similar problem, by the way, will commit a kind of intellectual suicide...” @jeremybassetti and I talk about the future of India, and the paralysis of tradition in the face of an unassimilable modernity. https://t.co/gz95AORGEA
“Their real enemy is their past,” Toby tells his son. “They act as if they want to preserve it; but they want to destroy it, to remake it completely.” @kmahaj used this in what was my fav review of TWTW. All that is very much in mind this week. https://t.co/BXCm1iPGZf
A year ago, we were in Ayodhya with @sharatpradhan21 who had witnessed Hindu mobs engulf and destroy the Babri Masjid in 1992. Hear him on the subject of how the wounds of the past can be repurposed for a new politics of revival and revenge. #insearchofindiasoul https://t.co/3v1em0mR1x
Economist: The Modi government’s sudden rush to advance the Hindu nationalist items on its agenda reflects the diminished chance of making good on its other main campaign promise: to accelerate economic growth and spread opportunity. https://t.co/TWjRPY7cR9
The protesters, in my impartial experience, are young, educated and self-possessed—our best and brightest. The celebrants are people who love Modi out of a need for self-esteem in the West, but who never have to know what it is to live under him #nocontest https://t.co/JNahHlwaSv
Supporters of the ruling Bharatiya Janata Party in New Delhi shout slogans as they celebrate before the groundbreaking ceremony of the Ram Temple in #Ayodhya, #India 📷@Money_Sharma @AFP @AFPphoto https://t.co/M1Yb2QcHSw
“Give them bread and circuses and they will never revolt.” — Juvenal. He never said in which ratio. https://t.co/XgN3vXPgGa