• May
    19

    There is hardly any do­ubt that the city state of Singapore has one of the most efficient and corruption free administrations not only in Asia, but in the entire world.

  • May
    18

    Marine fish catch is going down in rece­nt years by over 5 per cent per annum. There is a steep fall in the production of oil sardines

  • May
    16
    By R Vaidyanathan

    In the past 30 years or so the importance of Jesus Christ has increased substantially in the US elections. This in a situation where ch­ristianity — in

  • May
    15
    By Susan Visvanathan

    In a world where politicians deal with consu­merism and corruption with the same banality, what is happening in JNU must come as a puzzle to them. The Supreme Court

  • May
    11

    There aren’t enough women in research. A report by Unesco (2015) assessed that only 28 per cent of the world’s researchers are women despite growing enrolment in universities

  • May
    10

    The longest poem in the English language is The Rime of the Ancient Mariner by Samuel Taylor Coleridge. In the poem there is the warning of a curse:

  • May
    09

    The devolution of powers to states and the functioning of state legislatures had come in for extensive discussions in the constituent assembly. BR Ambedkar had hoped that this provision

  • May
    08
    By Salim David

    Ever since Adam took a bite of the “forbidden fruit”, man has reason to be wary of what he puts into his mouth. So partly, he has given onto

  • May
    05

    In the middle of April the region of Kumamoto on the southern Japanese island of Kyushu suffered a series of severe seismic shocks. The strongest shock measured a magnitude

  • May
    04

    In recent years when it comes to widespread corporate wrongdoing minds often turn to the financial sector. Fuelled by great movies such as The Big Short