• Apr
    06

    Much diplomacy is at best zero sum. The appointment of the next secretary-general of the United Nations is a good example: there can be only one head

  • Apr
    05

    For an academician ha­ving spent 45 years in triggering change in hi­gher education, it is heartening to see a fresh round of change being triggered in the sector. Several

  • Apr
    04

    What is the most important asset of any company — is it ca­sh, infrastructure, data, technology, intellectual capital, structure, customers, leadership, people? Isn’t it quite common to find CEOs saying

  • Apr
    03

    Maharashtra’s rationalist movement is very strong so is its socialist ideology popularly known as chalvalit la or ‘of the struggle’. Their ideolog­ues are a very special lot

  • Mar
    30

    A trump card delivers the winning hand in ca­rds. But does that hold in US politics? With his fifteenth win in the primaries — notching up victories recently in

  • Mar
    28

    Economic growth is contingent on the development of modern infrastructure. Several developments in the past decade have reinforced the urgency to develop air transport infrastructure in the country

  • Mar
    27

    ISI, much like the Pakistani army, is largely based on the bravado of the Punjabi-dominated army officers with their instinctive proclivity towards violence. Islamisation of Pakistan over the decades

  • Mar
    23

    The prevailing agra-rian crisis in several parts of our country has drawn into sharp focus the need for achieving income enhancement and security for farmers. This need has been

  • Mar
    22

    Judging the quantity of knowledge that any higher education student has acquired is always a difficult task. The knowledge that students acquire in classroom learning is linked to their

  • Mar
    21

    One of the major innovations of mankind is the ability to systematically learn, teach, transfer, store and retrieve information across generations. This unique ability to provide structured flow of