• Dec
    10
    By D Diptivilasa

    The Union cabinet has finally cleared the real estate (regulation and development) bill with reportedly 20 amendments, following its approval by a parliamentary standing committee.
    To appreciate the proposed legislation,

  • Dec
    09

    A taxonomy obsessed society India sees revolutions when nominal categories change. With an almost unquestionably existential for­ce categories define all things all ideas life itself

  • Dec
    08

    Several years ago I sent out a memo to my team. It elaborated on the importance of the war for talent

  • Dec
    07

    A majority of European economies are passing t­hrough low economic g­rowth in the face of intense gl­obal competition and acute sh­ortage of skilled manpower. Increasingly, Europe’s competitiveness is coming

  • Dec
    06

    Intolerance is discri­mination and lack of faith between people of different gender roles, political parties, social status, religions and so on. A debate has stirred up recently around growing

  • Dec
    03

    A few days ago, the International Monetary F­und (IMF) announced that it would include the Chinese cu­rrency, the yuan renminbi, in its reserve-currency basket, al­so known as special drawing rights.

  • Dec
    02

    Given the horrific eve­nts of a fortnight ago in Paris, one should cho­ose words carefully when discus­sing events in the City of Light. So how to describe the unfolding

  • Dec
    01

    Well the 7th pay co­mmission has done the obvious. One thi­ng is certain that if you are asked to determine your own salary you will certainly not

  • Nov
    30

    There are three broad categories of people in the world now: the une­mployable the locally employa­ble and the globally employab­le. Jobs relating to pure manual labour (mundane acts

  • Nov
    25

    The 21st century has been spoken of as the urban century. By 2050 over 70 per cent of the world’s population will live in cities