• Apr
    By Eli Lake

    In the aftermath of the Iran nuclear agreement reached last week, President Barack Obama has had a lot to say about sanctions. On the one hand, the president doesn't

  • Apr

    Most of corporate India boa­rds recently underwent an exercise probably for the first time in their existence. The new provisions of Section 149 (8) Schedule IV of Companies Act-2013

  • Arundhati Roy has called Mahatma Gandhi the ‘first corporate sponsored NGO of this country’. She added ‘it is one of the greatest falsehoods in this country to worship Gandhi

  • Apr

    One of the important weaknesses in our higher education system — that is not really discussed — relates to nurturing of human minds which is so critical for the

  • Apr

    On assumption of office prime minister Modi had emphasised the governance mantra “maximum governance with minimum government. ” In formation of the government he kept the cabinet size initially

  • Mar

    Lee Kuan Yew passed away at the age of 91 on March 23. When he became prime minister Singapore had a per capita income of about $400

  • Mar

    When the history of state action during the crisis era is written, pride of place would be given to all manner of subsidies, bailouts and fiscal incentives as well as

  • Many say that to keep India’s hopes alive in the cricket World Cup, for howsoever long as is possible, is the usual agenda of the International Cricket Council (ICC), every

  • Mar
    By Chandrahas Choudhury

    Lee Kuan Yew, the founding father of Singapore who died this week at 91, had a lot to say about India. He never sugarcoated his remarks, nor did he

  • Mar

    LEE Kuan Yew the father of modern Singapore died last Monday. He was 91 years old