• Jul
    12

    The new cabinet is settling down to the task of governing the country. As expected there has been an increase in the number of ministers

  • Jul
    11

    Hollywood uses a plethora of grey. The subdued lighting whether it’s space age fiction or murder mystery or espionage tells us that the world has to be

  • Jul
    10

    We take pride in our democracy. We sh­ould! After all we are the m­ost populous and diverse de­mocracy in the world with the highest disparities among-st our

  • Jul
    06

    With easy computing skills and greater access to data, there is a crowding of reports on a bewildering variety of development indicators, each giving its verdict with great authority.

  • Jul
    04

    To leave or not to leave that is no longer the question. The British people have answered

  • Jul
    03

    The country does not tire of endlessly speculating whet-her the RBI governor will reduce the interest rate by 25 bps or simply stated by 0.25 per cent

  • Jun
    30

    The decision of the Br­itish voters to leave the European Union has made headlines in all East Asian media. Before the fateful day of the referend­um interest in

  • Jun
    29

    For centuries children through to university st­udents have practiced improving their writing. Their efforts have been matched by teachers parents and professors reading and correcting texts as well

  • Jun
    28

    University teachers had been complaining for the past two years about the higher workload notified by the university grants commission (UGC), requiring assistant professors to teach for 18 hours a

  • Jun
    26

    Recently, three young women broke into the elite male basti­on of the Indian Air Fo­rce and were inducted as fi­ghter pilots. Flying cad­ets Mohana Singh, Avani Ch­atu­rvedi and Bhawana