• Jun
    23
    By Noah Feldman, Bloomberg

    There may be no greater irony in Barack Obama’s presidency than the reintroduction of military advisers to Iraq —with air strikes soon to follow. With the first steps of

  • Jun
    19

    It is a very wise decision of India’s prime minister Narendra Modi to make Japan the destination of his second trip abroad after he had assumed the leadership of the

  • Jun
    18
    By Sushil Sharma

    A vital albeit less juicier issue seems to have escaped the attention of political parties. While both the Congress and BJP have cursorily promised “right to health”

  • Jun
    17

    Wash and wear garments were a novelty once. But the new revolution in innovation is in the ‘watch’ and ‘wear’ computing devices

  • Jun
    16
    By John Loyd, Reuters

    Crooked sports didn’t begin with Fifa or the World Cup. The truth is the fix has been in since the beginning of time

  • Jun
    15

    Every time a new government takes office it is bound to raise people’s expectations. Everyone starts compiling wishlists and hopes that the government will take note of one’s

  • Jun
    12

    On Indian roads potholes are common. They cause accumulative wear or damage to suspension and steering components

  • Jun
    11

    After the horse carriages went out of business private automobiles and cabs have been dominating the roads in the west. But today an innovation has arrived which

  • Jun
    10

    The new government is now fully operational. It has absolute majority therefore it should be able to bring crucial reformations straight into action

  • Jun
    09

    The world of technology is in a constant state of flux. This presents challenges for everyone in the ecosystem including individuals communities companies and society