• 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

  • Sep
    11

    The 19th and 20th centuries were very unkind to China. Through its own faults and through imperialistic designs of several European powers and of Japan the Middle Kingdom

  • Sep
    10
    By Leonid Bershidsky

    On Tuesday, Apple established itself as the world’s biggest fashion company by releasing a smartwatch that is more about beauty and variety than about technology.
    I have been hard on

  • Sep
    09
    By Hugo Dixon, Reuters

    Europe is currently conducting two stress tests. One is on its energy suppliers to see how badly they would fare if Russian gas was disrupted