• 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

  • Nov
    24

    Often when you string together two pieces of seemingly unconnected information you get a flash of insight. According to Ericsson by 2019 every human be­ing

  • Nov
    23

    Chief minister Nitish Kumar won the recent Bihar election with a huge majority. This is being partly ascribed to better governance that resulted in the expansion of roads

  • Nov
    22

    The world has become digital. Acquiring new knowledge is very simple today

  • Nov
    19

    Unexpectedly, Xi Ji­nping, President of the People’s Republic of C­hina and Ma Ying-jeou, President of the Republic of China (Taiwan) met in Singapore on November 7. This was the

  • Nov
    18

    The UN’s millennium development goals (M­DG) will be replaced fr­om next year by sustainable development goals (SDG) that have recently been approved by me­mber nations. SDG’s 17 goals and

  • Nov
    17

    India’s micro small and medium enterprises (MS­ME) sector estimated at over 1. 3 million business un­its contribute over 40 per ce­nt of the manufacturing output and account for over

  • Nov
    16

    As a live case the Bihar election and its outcome have sharp lessons for management scholars and pr­actitioners. First let us flash back to December 2010 when

  • Nov
    15

    On his recent visit to England, when prime minister Narendra M­odi was asked about the rising intolerance in India, he astutely invoked the names of Gandhi and the Buddha to

  • Nov
    12

    Bihari or Bahari – Nitish Kumar’s electioneering phrase raised a profound question: who is a native? The recent Bihar election highlights the fact that the word native is