• Jan
    08

    According to Center for Research on Environmental Decisions (CRED), Columbia University literally, framing is the setting of an iss­ue within an appropriate context to ac­hieve a desired interpretation or perspective.

  • Jan
    07

    The central gove­rnment’s ultra mega power sc­he­me, touted as the answer to the co­untry’s chronic electricity shortage, is coming a cropper. While the first such UMPP being built by

  • Jan
    05

    It happens to us all: No matter who you talk to you hear only mo­a­ns complaints and bad news.
    The restaurant owner tells you that his receipts are

  • Jan
    04

    One of the most remarkable featu­r­es of economic policy debates in 2011 was the reso­rt to arguments based on mo­r­ality, with the not-so-subtle im­plication that some behaviour is clearly good

  • Jan
    01

    Soon we will celebrate another anniversary of our repu­blic, a republic o­s­t­ensibly of the people, for the people, by the people. But is that the reality? I doubt it

  • Dec
    28

    The Fo­od Security Bill introduced in Parliam­ent by Prof KV T­h­o­mas aims to make a major dent on the hunger scenario in our country. When enacted, it will be

  • Dec
    27

    As the curtains be­gin to come down on 2011 we leave behind an eventful ye­ar. The Arab spring has transformed the face of West Asia

  • Dec
    26

    One of the foundational pillars of modern day capitalism is the sanctity of stock exch­anges and credibility of information traversing through the­m. Countries have made conscious efforts to empower

  • Dec
    25

    Presumably, actions are taken because they are believed to have benefits that outweigh their costs, and, sometimes, actions are not taken because the benefits that might be realised are believed

  • Dec
    23

    The fall of the In­dian rupee ag­ai­nst major currencies such as the US dollar, the Eu­ro, the British pound and the Japanese yen is slowly transforming from a problem for