• Sep
    28
    By John Llyod, Reuters

    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

  • Sep
    25

    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

  • Sep
    23

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

  • Sep
    22
    By Clive Crook, Bloomberg

    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

  • Sep
    21

    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

  • Sep
    18

    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

  • Sep
    17

    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

  • Sep
    16

    India’s manufacturing industry matters a great deal for the economic prosperity of 20th century powerhouses —namely nations like the US, Germany and Japan — that continue to have enough going

  • Sep
    15

    Prime minister Narendra Modi’s call of “come — make in India” from the ramparts of Red Fort this Independence Day is also a challenge for us Indians to make it

  • Sep
    14
    By Noah Smith, Bloomberg

    Blogger Elizabeth Stoker Bruenig recently wrote a long and thoughtful piece criticising the notion that online discussions should be civil. She then wrote a long and thoughtful follow-up