At every age there are certain portends that become irreversible events. In the 19th and 20th centuries the steam turbine and later oil-driven economy unleashed the mobility
By William Pesek
Earlier this week Japan’s media were exultant over a Nobel Prize in physics award to three native sons. So it came as a shock when rather than
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One of my British mentors told me that technology waves are similar to a London red bus. You do not know exactly when will it come
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As we all know, the country is currently seeing prolonged power cuts and blackouts in many regions, affecting all strata of society, including residential, commercial and industrial entities.
Dear Prime Minister
I write to you, with admiration of your newfound love for Bapu and to make a few earnest appeals.
Since you became the prime minister of India, you
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Whether in business, government, non-profits, or elsewhere, what assumptions underpin your thinking about world economy trends? Expectations about where future growth will come from and their implications for global power
Few issues in the higher education domain exist despite numerous contradictory views by academicians managers of education institutions and politicians. Whether colleges should ever become autonomous? Which areas