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Where the mind leads, actions follow

Whether in business, government, non-profits, or elsewhere, what assumptions underpin your thinking about world economy trends? Expectations about where future growth will come from and their implications for global power

Education domain must be autonomous

Few issues in the higher education domain exist despite numerous contradictory views by academicians managers of education institutions and politicians. Whether colleges should ever become autonomous? Which areas

The true value of organisational vision

Albert Camus famously wrote: ‘Life is the sum of all your choices’. This is true for individuals companies communities and countries

A vote could still tear Spain apart

The Scots voted against independence on September 18, by a fair margin and most commentary from business leaders and financial analysts began with “a sigh of relief” — followed by

Who is actually in power in Beijing?

Xi Jinping the president of the People’s Republic of China holds three important positions. Apart from being the formal head of state he is secretary general

Myanmar must realise its importance

Myanmar is not just one of the neighbours of India. As Myint U Thant suggests — Myanmar is where “China meets India”

Why Scotland’s vote settles nothing

UK prime minister David Cameron is a happy man right now. If he’d lost the union through sheer carelessness which looked possible last week history would have

When too little could mean too late

The calamity in Jammu and Kashmir has once again shown how unprepared we are about disaster. Why is it that we as a people have never bothered about preparing

Risks and effects of climate change

Research has shown that several people are aware of climate change, but these people do not consider climate change to be a serious problem. Some researchers believe that this

Scientific and field level know-how

Recently addressing the scientists of the Indian Council of Agricultural Research (ICAR), prime minister Narendra Modi emphasised the need to initiate on a large scale a ‘lab to land’ programme

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