• Jul
    23

    Ken Caldeira, atmospheric scientist who works at the Carnegie Institution for Science’s department of global ecology, set out in 1990 to disprove the absurd idea that we could reverse global

  • Jul
    21

    As we aspire to harvest demographic returns from our young population we should be mindful of the flipside. High rates of unemployment will create social disquiet and threaten

  • Jul
    20

    Several committees appointed by the government in the past decade have suggested stepping up of investments in the railways and structural ch­anges in the railway board. Some months ago,

  • Jul
    19

    Religious fanaticism has a new name. It’s called the Islamic State of Iraq and al-Sham or as we know it ISIS

  • Jul
    16

    Since the global financial crisis of 2008/10, the outbreak of a new cold war in Europe and the descent of large parts of the west Asia into barbarity, the superficial

  • Jul
    15

    Hunger has three major dimensions. First is widespread undernutrition or calorie deprivation; second there is inadequate consumption of pulses and other protein rich foods leading to protein

  • Jul
    14

    For nearly a decade and a half, the ministry of human resources development has been advocating the need for upgrading the spread and quality of higher education. It has

  • Jul
    13

    The world has come a very long way since Henry Ford introduced the Model T in 1908. The product was a result of major disruptive innovation which revolutionised manufacturing

  • Jul
    12

    With great strength comes great responsibility, Spidey’s uncle Ben tells him, when he suspects that his ward Peter Parker has acquired super powers: this has been one of my favourite

  • Jul
    09

    The United Nations climate change conference (COP21) will be held in Paris in November- December 2015. COP21 will be the 21st yearly session of the conference of the