• Jan
    29

    The execution of a Japanese hostage by ISIS has sho­cked the whole nation. Two Japanese had been kidnapped by the extremists who threatened to execute them unless the Japanese

  • Jan
    28

    The impact of the Modi government on the education sector is slowly and surely being seen. In higher education this is being triggered by recently published guidelines and

  • Jan
    26
    By Arun Kumar Jain

    There is sufficient research-based literature on how and why countries endowed with limited natural resources become rich and great. Of course there are multiple reasons for a country’s

  • Jan
    25

    Today we turn 65 years old as a republic. A relatively young age for a nation but a significant milestone in its history

  • Jan
    22

    The United Nations framework convention on climate change (UNFCCC) is an international environmental tr­eaty negotiated at the United Nations conference on environment and development (UNCED), informally known as the Earth

  • Jan
    21
    By Mohamed A El-Erian

    In his powerful and inspirational state of the union address, US president Barack Obama devoted time to economic proposals that have no chance of being approved by the Republican-controlled Congress.

  • Jan
    20

    There is plenty of good news about the Indian economy. Inflation has moderated

  • Jan
    19

    A few years ago the editorial board of Charlie Hebdo had invited me to visit their office. Their struggle for freedom of expression at the risk of their

  • Jan
    15

    According to the Stockholm International Peace Research Institute (SIPRI), the People’s Republic of China ranks fifth amongst the major arms exporters of the world. Following the US, Russia, Germany,

  • Jan
    14

    Long ago Aristotle described the soil as the stomach of the plant. Nearly 90 per cent of the world’s food supply comes from crops or animals reared on