The recent tragedies involving the Taiwan’s TransAsia Airways flight, and Malaysian Airlines MH 17 and MH 370 have resulted in deaths of close to 580 people this year alone.
The Russian parliament is likely to limit purchases of western computer hardware and software by public companies and government agencies — a response to western sanctions that would cost billions
In India we pay very little attention to the cost of education. Indeed there has been little study on working the cost in this sector
As established technology companies become old and gear for a generational leadership change, the interesting phenomenon provides keen management insights into the challenges faced by them. Microsoft (MS), Hewlett
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The economic record of China’s modernisation has been remarkable. Rightly the world has been very impressed by what the People’s Republic has achieved within less than a generation
Union budget for 2014-15 places considerable emphasis on strengthening the agricultural research and education sector in our country. For this purpose it is proposed to establish new agricultural
When economists and investment bankers come out of their zone of comfort and predict the outcome of events, they usually commit blunders for many a time, they know nothing about
In India, the renewable energy certificate (REC) mechanism, introduced in 2010, is a market-based instrument to promote renewable energy and facilitate compliance of renewable purchase obligations (RPOs). It is
There is one industrial sector in India that has been kept out of the purview of the normal cycle of investment and production — defence. Given the strategic nature
The Green card ranks as one of world’s much sought after documents, but there are some famous people who renounced their US citizenship.