- Dec15By Mike Honda and Michael Shank, Reuters
The annual United Nations climate change talks which concluded last month in Warsaw unfortunately found little common ground on carbon. The talks broke down over the world’s
Given a choice between driving and taking a bus most people perhaps would drive. As most of us know driving provides easy mobility and the
When the party is about gossip and badmouthing people there is no shame in switching to good old-fashioned decency. There is no shame in being a wallflower
- Dec11By Stephen Mihm, Bloomberg
Long debated and long-awaited, the Volcker rule is being hailed as the 21st-century equivalent of the Depression-era legislation known as the Glass-Steagall Act.
For proponents of the rule rolled out
In the past few years, India has not only understood the importance of skills, but has initiated organised actions regarding the same. Some of these steps include creation of
At a recent presentation at Rashtrapati Bhawan it was mentioned that the huge national knowledge network (NKN) created at an expense of hundreds of crores was lying mostly unused.
Whenever I am asked about Bapu’s political legacy, I am always asked to answer why Bapu picked Jawaharlal Nehru over Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel. And when Bapu had asked that
Both China and Japan have new leaders who came to power around a year ago. Xi Jinping was chosen as secretary general of the Communist Party of China
This hasn’t been a good week for those who like textbook solutions to labour market problems. The new coalition government in Germany has decided to introduce a minimum wage
Ratan Tata’s Nano car project was born out of an audacious and bold vision in innovation. At Rs 1 lakh it was the cheapest car in the world