• 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

  • May
    03
    By Guillaume Lepecq

    Cash I think in ten ye­ars’ time probably won’t (exist). ” When I read those words by the head of one of the largest German banks I

  • May
    01

    What is rural enterprise? Ask this qu­estion and 9 out of 10 will answer agriculture, horticulture or animal husbandry and dairy. The 10th might answer handicrafts and cottage industry

  • Apr
    27

    J Robert Oppenheimer, the father of the atomic bomb and professor of ph­ysics at Berkeley chanted verses from the Bhagavad Gita (XI,12) following the first detonation of the atom bomb

  • Apr
    26

    Should celebrities lend their names to products, brands and services they do not use? Should they allow their eminence and aura to be attached to companies simply in exchange of

  • Apr
    25

    Several major weakne­sses have undermined governance in our legislative bodies in the last se­ven decades. The fathers of the Indian constitution inte­nded that these bodies would meet regularly

  • Apr
    24

    Bureaucracies are generally complete and self-sufficient ecosyste­ms almost like a sovereign entity within a sovereign nation. One half of the government works to create work for the other

  • Apr
    21

    Of late there is a lot of talk about China’s expansive moves in the South China Sea. Washington Canberra Tokyo and more so a