• Mar
    16

    Women’s day is an eminently boring concept. It’s a lot like standing in robotic arr­angements in the school qua­drangle before classes to sing the national anthem

  • Mar
    15

    The report of the 14th finance commission (FC) was presented to the Union government in December 2014. In several areas its recommendations are significantly different from earlier

  • Mar
    12

    There has been extensive reporting ab­out rapes in India in the East Asian me­dia. Most recently debates about wh­ether the ban of the documentary India’s Daughter can be

  • Mar
    11
    By Paula Dwyer

    On Friday, Germany joined Norway, France, Spain and a gr­owing list of other countries requiring corporations to meet a quota for women board members. Corporate Germany needed a kick

  • Mar
    10

    Academicians the wo­rld over get excited by any new approach to education. Today they are attracted by the more dynamic changes taking place in kno­wledge delivery

  • Mar
    09

    Future-readiness is a fundamental human trait. In democracies it should translate as a basic human right enshrined and protected thr­ough the Constitution

  • Mar
    08

    In his first speech from the Red Fort, the new prime minister invited the world to come to India and manufacture their products here. The new premier shares the

  • Mar
    05

    Geothermal energy is energy generated from inside the earth’s crust. It originates from the original formation of the planet and from radioactive decay of materials

  • Mar
    04

    In continuance of the government’s commitment to spread the reach of IITs, two new IITs were announced in the Union budget 2015-16, one in Karnataka and one by upgrading ISM

  • Mar
    03

    Exactly 20 years ago Nicholas Negroponte of MIT Media Labs wrote a book called Being Digital. In that book he distinguished between ‘atoms’ and ‘bits’