• Feb
    09
    By Mark AR Kleiman & Lowry Heussler, Bloomberg

    At first glance, the death of Philip Seymour Hoffman, who was found with a syringe in his arm and surrounded by dozens of packets of heroin, tells us little about

  • Feb
    06

    Unlike other global problems with risky outcomes (poverty education and war among others) climate change is unique. It affects us all alike and its future

  • Feb
    05

    International monetary cooperation has broken down. ” With these words Raghuram Rajan governor of the Reserve Bank of India set off a fire storm last week

  • Feb
    04

    Deemed universities are in discussion once again. They became a point of dispute ever since they got de nova (or independent) status for accommodating information and communications technology (ICT)

  • Feb
    03

    The era of digitisation has disrupted many traditional industries beyond recognition. Digitisation essentially means capturing recording and converting information into bits and bytes

  • Feb
    02

    We, as a people, are always bragging about our ancient heritage and history, but at the same time, we are careless about preserving the same. Having come from a

  • Jan
    30

    Without a do­ubt, the rapid socio-economic modernisation of China has been the most important development in the world economy during the past three decades. During the difficult years of

  • Jan
    29
    By Edward Hadas

    Of the world’s three most important central banks, which one is doing the best job? Of course, it’s too early to tell — the distinguished economist Alan Blinder may now

  • Jan
    28

    There is an apt saying about our country: what is true of India the opposite is also equally true. This saying resonated in Time magazine’s editor Fareed Zakaria’s

  • Jan
    27

    Business is a vocation a noble vocation as long as those involved feel challenged by a meaning in life. Progress is about more than economic growth