• Feb
    17

    The rollback of the 12. 5 per cent hike in prices by Coal India (CIL) following pressure from the Union coal minister Sriprakash Jaiswal is a retrograde step by the

  • Feb
    16

    Deeply touched by the findings reported in the HUNGaMA (hunger and malnutrition) Survey Report 2011, which said that in 100 focus districts, 42 per cent of children under five are

  • Feb
    15

    The hardware is rudimentary. An ordinary mobile phone connected to a laptop with a cable

  • Feb
    14

    A few months ago, Aakash tablet was launched with full fanfare and during its launch Union HRD minister Kapil Sibal said, “System of education in India would change dramatically due

  • Feb
    13

    “So many of our dreams at first seem impossible, then they seem improbable, and then, when we summon the will, they will soon become inevitable.”
    — Christopher Reeve

    Life

  • Feb
    12

    The Supreme Cou­rt’s ruling on the 2G spectrum allocation scam has inadvertently opened up a Pandora’s box. Many a times the judiciary gets carried away by its own

  • Feb
    11

    When Aamir Khan, in his film 3 Idi­ots, took a smart dig at the IIT graduates who go in for non-technological pursuits, we expected desi technocrats to hit back with

  • By Liz Alderman, Landon Thomas Jr

    For all the struggles that Greece has gone through to satisfy its demanding lenders Europe’s troubles are not going away.
    Because of the various often incremental

  • Feb
    09

    While the world is fascinated by the economic “miracles” in China, it has almost forgotten that Japan is still the third biggest economy in the world and in terms of

  • Feb
    08

    After the Comptroller and Auditor General’s report on the 2G spectrum sc­am comes the la­ndmark Singhvi-Ganguly judgment of the Supreme Court, cancelling all the 122 licences issued to telecommunications companies