Clips of many press reports (and also my newspaper articles) are archived at http://ckraju.net/press.
“CDAC’s Param Supercomputer.” Interview on All India Radio, External Services Programme, July 1994. Transcript in India Calling, Sep 1994.
Various news reports on Seminar on “Emerging Areas in Information Technology”, May 2001.
“Academic freedom must for development of science”, Interview in Hindustan Times, 8 Oct 2001.
Various news items related to Hindi in IT Seminar, April, 2002.
“Prof. Raju awarded Rs 1.5 lakh for book on Kaal”, Hindustan Times, 30 April 2002.
Various news items for seminar on “IT for Social Transformation”, Jan 2003.
“Beyond the History of Time”, interview in The Hindu Metro Plus, front page headline, New Delhi, 18 Sep 2003.
समय के शोधक [“Researcher on Time”], in-depth article in JanSatta, 4 Jan 2004, edit page.
“Non-Western perspective on time” National Book Trust, April 2004.
“Were Newton and Einstein plagiarists?” The Hindustan Times, Bhopal, 14 Sep 2004, p. 3 headline.
“Raju plans to demystify ‘sudden spate of European inventions’”, The Hindustan Times, Bhopal, 15 Sep 2004, p. 2 headline.
“Prof. Raju’s charge of plagiarism found correct: UK university warns lecturer” The Hindustan Times, Bhopal Plus, front page headline, 8 Nov 2004, etc.
“Seminar on Linux implementation” Hindustan Times, 22 Nov 2004.
“Culture of cyberspace” Hindu, 27 Nov 2004.
Various items, workshop on “Science, Technology and Culture”, e.g. Rajya Express, 2 April 2005.
Various items Workshop on Computational Chemistry, e.g. Hindustan Times, 3 May 2005.
“Retarded Differential Equations and Quantum Mechanics”, Letter by M. Walker in Notices of the American Mathematical Society, 54 (4) (2007) p. 472.
Belated acknowledgment of my previously published work (in Time: Towards a Consistent Theory, Kluwer, 1994) for which Sir Michael Atiyah unethically sought credit in his Einstein lecture. An earlier prominent article in the Notices had declared my idea a paradigm shift in physics (as I had done), but credited the idea to Atiyah, by calling it “Atiyah’s hypothesis”. That article was published in consultation with Atiyah, and long after Atiyah was explicitly informed of my prior work. That this theft began with Atiyah’s Einstein centenary lecture is no coincidence. My “sensational” point about Einstein’s mathematical mistake in relativity was that he had overlooked that relativity forces functional differential equations. After the theft of the idea by a prominent Westerner, it suddenly became credible to colonised minds who regard science as concerning Western approval, not as one’s own knowledge.
“Atiyah-Raju case.” Case number 2 of 2007, report of Society for Scientific Values on its website.
Retraction, The Hindustan Times, New Delhi, 25 Aug 2007, p. 2.
Not only did the West steal the calculus, it also serially plagiarised my other book Cultural Foundations of Mathematics detailing the “sensational” calculus transmission thesis. Once again, after the near-verbatim plagiarism, the very same thesis suddenly became credible to colonised minds, and made front page news across the world. The above retraction was to correct the front page news item in Hindustan Timesof 14 Aug 2007. (The British researcher who had been earlier warned against plagiarising my work, by Exeter university, again attempted to do so together with George Joseph from Manchester university.)
Report on talk at BRIC & EU conference, Hindustan, New Delhi, 7 Nov 08.
“Calculus an Indian invention”, report of talk at ICIH, Hindustan Times, Indore, Meerut, etc., 12 Jan 09.
Report of book release, Jansatta, 12 Sep 2009, op-ed page.
“Mathematical Tradition of India”, Interview by Shivanand Kanavi, Vice President, Tata Consultancy Services, Ghadar Jari Hai, Nov 2009, pp. 8–11 and back cover.
Various reports on 2010 Telesio Galilei Gold Medal award 8-24 June 2010, Dainik Bhaskar, 8 June, Hindustan Times 8 June,front pages, Dainik Bhaskar, Delhi, 9 June “Challenging Einstein on Time”, interview in Pioneer, op-ed page, 12 June, Hindustan 22 June,Amar Ujala 22 June, Dainik Jagran, 24 June, Zee news, Rashtriya Sahara, etc. etc.
“Decolonisation of the University begins with us” editorial in the Sun, Malaysia, 1 July 2012, on my talk at the decolonisation conference,
Report on History and Philosophy of Science Workshop, Alef, Iran.(Persian)
News reports and TV interview, during International conference on Islamic Humanities. http://www.mehrnews.com/fa/newsdetail.aspx?NewsID=1606430.
“India falling behind in supercomputer technology” (trans. title), Naiduniya, Indore, 11 Aug 2012.
Various reports of my Indore talk, “Yoga mathematics and ganita”, 9 May 2013, Naidunia, Navbharat, Patrika, Samachar, etc. (For my response, see list of articles in newspapers “ ” Naidunia, 25 May 2013.)
मैथेमैटिक्स और गणित में फर्क है
Report of talk in Palestine, Al Ayyam, 30 April 2013, p11 (Arabic).
Various reports, press conference on MH 370 and technology failure, 30 March 2014, (Online English reports deleted since then.) Chinese reports e.g. Report 1, Report 2f, Report 3, Report 4, Report 5, Report 6.
Also, video of press conference “MH 370: Structural failure”
Interview on Ancient Indian Science, Bharatiya Dharohar, March-April 2015. (Also, online (without images)
“We need swaraj in education”, 4-page interview by FIRST about the legitimacy of formal math, in Aseema, Feb 2016.
“Conference on Ancient Indian Philosophy and Modern Science”, Tibet Post, 4 May 2016.
Various agency reports on above.
“Must decolonise education for ‘progress’” Sunday Guardian, 18 May 2016, report of conversation with the Dalai Lama.
“Surely good scholarship means having our perspectives challenged”, Adam Cooper, in Daily Maverick, South Africa, 11 October 2017.
अंग्रेजी हुकूमत में खामियों के साथ भारत लौटा गणित, इसलिए कठिन, (एक और एक दो होते हैं, यह रसेल नें 378 पेज में समझाया) “During British rule, math returned to India with lacunae, hence difficult”. Russell explained 1+1=2 in 378 pages.) दैनिक भास्कर, Bhopal, Interview, 30 April 2018, p. 4.
अंग्रेज़ जो गणित लाये, उसमे 'माना कि' जैसे सिद्धांत था, इसलिए जटिल, (भारत के पहले सुपर कंप्यूटर 'परम' के टीम मेम्बर रहे गणितज्ञ सी के राजू ने शहर में हुई वर्कशॉप में कहा), (The math that the coloniser brought started with metaphysical assumptions, hence complex. So said mathematician C. K. Raju, a member of the team which built India’s first supercomputer, at a workshop in the city.) दैनिक भास्कर, Indore, 26 June 2018.
गणित के सिलेबस में आज भी पढाया जा रहा है जिसकी कोई उपयोगिता नहीं, गणितज्ञ सी के राजू नें कहा 'फॉर्मल नहीं नार्मल गणित देगा वेहतर रिजल्ट' (Math syllabus still teaches that which has no practical value. Mathematician C. K. Raju said, ‘not formal but normal math will give better results’.) नईदुनिया 26 June 2018.
“School mathematics workshop”, Free Press Journal, Indore, 26 June 2018.
प्रसिद्ध गणितज्ञ सी के राजू से ख़ास चर्चा, (Special discussion with famous mathematician C. K. Raju.) Talk show, Global Herald TV, 29 June 2018.
आज की शिक्षा गलत पैटर्न पर है, उसमें बदलाव की ज़रुरत. (Today’s education on the wrong pattern, change is needed.) Global Herald, 30 June 2018.
गणित और विज्ञान में जारी है चर्च का प्रपंच ("Church machinations in math and science") 5-page interview in पाञ्चजन्य 23 Dec 2018.
South Africa Decolonizing Mathematics”, Thomas Lewton,
Undark Magazine, Boston, US, 31 Dec 2018.
डा. चंद्रकांत राजू, भारतीय गणित परंपरा का अथक योद्धा, (“Dr C. K. Raju, untiring math warrior”) वैज्ञानिक दृष्टिकोण (Scientific perspective) 16 July 2019.
विश्वास और अन्धविश्वास में फर्क समझें. जयपुर डायलॉग में रूबरू हुए सी के राजू. (Understand the difference between faith and blind faith. Face to face with C. K. Raju in the Jaipur Dialogues.") पत्रिका, Jaipur 21 Oct 2019.
भारत का ज्ञान विज्ञान का आदिकाल से है नाता (India has ancient relation to knowledge and science—Raju), राष्ट्रदूत, Jaipur, 21 Oct 2019.
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