• Jul
    19

    When the wo­rld looks towards East Asia it is impressed by the tremendous economic pro­gress. Already half a generation ago Japan had entered the exclusive group

  • Jul
    18

    Umesh Malhotra’s ‘Hippocampus’ is not a part of his brain responsible for me­mory and learning. It’s his brainchild an institutional umbrella that has been spa­wning since its

  • Jul
    17

    In this column earlier I had analysed how the centuries old “Co­mpany of the Jesuits” had survived and gr­own. Which aspects of their DNA led to this organisational

  • Jul
    16

    “Winning is habit unfortunately so is losing”
    – Vince Lombardi

    The London Games are a few days away. The Games will see new records being broken and new

  • Jul
    13

    Chief financial officers of Indian companies have for long decried the hi­gh rates of interest they pay on rupee loans in India. Larger firms with strong balance sheets have

  • Jul
    12

    Often political leaders, policymakers and communicators, while presenting environmental problems, need to address general audience for initiating an environmental decision within a group setting. As several environmental decisions are

  • Jul
    11

    All those, including Indian policymakers, who nurture the illusion that nuclear power is the energy source of the future and will flourish despite the Fukushima disaster, increasingly adverse atomic economics,

  • Jul
    10

    Kapil Sibal’s announcement, a few weeks ago, “One Nation, One Test” for admissions to IITs, centrally-funded institutes, as well as private, aided and unaided engineering institutes, triggered a huge uproar

  • Jul
    09

    It is the Olympics season again. Athletes ar­ound the world soon would be competing for glory in London

  • Jul
    06

    Two big scandals rocked the banking and corporate world globally this week. Both are different in nature but have serious ramifications for consumers at large and raise questions