• Jul
    16

    Union budget for 2014-15 places considerable emphasis on strengthening the agricultural research and education sector in our country. For this purpose it is proposed to establish new agricultural

  • Jul
    15

    When economists and investment bankers come out of their zone of comfort and predict the outcome of events, they usually commit blunders for many a time, they know nothing about

  • When economists and investment bankers come out of their zone of comfort and predict the outcome of events, they usually commit blunders for many a time, they know nothing about

  • Jul
    09
    By Pankaj Mishra, Bloomberg

    The Mexican Nobel laureate Octavio Paz once wrote that the non-western world was “condemned to be modern. ” This uncompromising verdict headlines the Mexican pavilion at the 14th Venice Biennale

  • Jul
    08

    India is such a great country that it creates complexity in every domain that is connected with the growth of society and nation. A classic case that supports this

  • Jul
    07

    An innovation essentially is a commercially viable idea whose time has come. In the organisational context harvesting of ideas and converting them into world-class products is a necessary

  • Jul
    06
    By Mark Buchanan, Bloomberg

    Arguments over whether financial markets are “efficient” — and, if so, what “efficiency” even means — are among the most confusing in economics. People use that loaded word sometimes

  • Jul
    03

    In the late 15th century the Portuguese were the first European power to establish a presence in Asia. Once Vasco da Gama had traced the sealanes to India

  • Jul
    02

    The struggle to make rulers accountable goes back centuries if not longer. Typically at first nobles tried holding sovereigns to account

  • Jul
    01

    An official Xinhua report from Beijing projects China’s GDP to top $10 trillion by 2014. However that is not the whole story