• May
    25

    Improving relations between the states and the Centre to improve the quality of governance and delivery of public services has been part of public debate in recent times. In

  • May
    24

    As we sit in the comfort of our homes reading this, there are tens of thousands of people out there searching for a roof over their heads. These are

  • May
    21

    Almost a third of the total world population lives in India and China. Measured by real purchasing power the People’s Republic has the largest GDP in the world

  • May
    20

    The Nepal quakes have had a devastating effect on the lives and livelihoods of a large section of its population. Once the relief operations get over in a couple

  • May
    19

    The Union government, through the ministry of human resource development, has been trying to create coherence in the higher education scenario across the country for the last 65 years, but

  • May
    18

    Think of poorly performing companies like ITI, BSNL, Kingfisher Airlines in India and Kodak, Enron, around the world, which are either in near terminal sickness or bleeding heavily. Why

  • May
    17

    Our prime minister’s favourite buzzword ‘make in India’ is oft repeated during his frequent foreign jaunts. I worry that instead of encouraging Indian manufacturing it is more and more

  • May
    14

    The clean development mechanism (CDM) is a flexible mechanism defined in the Kyoto Protocol that allows the crediting of emission reductions from greenhouse gas (GHG) abatement projects. CDM was

  • May
    13

    Where is Kamaal Khan? The fourth person in the SUV that Salman Khan is said to have driven and that ran over five homeless men sleeping on a sidewalk in

  • May
    11

    Every year more than 13 000 farmers commit suicide in our country. As we discuss this problem on any given day on TV channels 40 more farmers