• Aug

    Nobody cares how much you know until they know how much you care.
    — Theodore Roosevelt

    In today’s tough economic conditions care and empathy may not be the kind

  • Aug

    According to the World Wildlife Federation (WWF) renewable energy provides about 2. 7 per cent of UK’s electricity and less than one per cent of overall energy use the

  • Aug

    At the recently concluded Olympic Games, London passed the baton to Rio de Janeiro, a jewel of a city of 6.3 million people in Brazil

  • Aug

    Sam Pitroda, who for more than three decades, led several use-of-technology revolutions in India, was in Pune a few weeks ago. In his short, one-day visit, which had a

  • Aug

    The flavour of this month has been integrity, ethics, and accountability — at all levels, be it individual, corporate firms, public, government, or global. Some of the headlines included,

  • Aug

    First of all, we must congratulate the six Indian athletes who did their country proud at the summer Olympics in London. Then, however, the inevitable question arises

  • Aug

    “If you can find a path with no obstacles, it probably doesn’t lead anywhere”
    —Frank A Clark

    P Chidambaram has taken over the reins of the country’s economy at p­robably the

  • Aug

    Despite the fear and torment that one usually associates with a slowing economy, distressing times can actually turn out to be a blessing in disguise for the youth, acting like

  • Aug

    Tidal power is a form of hydropower that converts the energy of tides into electricity. Among different renewable sources of energy tidal power is more likely compared with

  • Aug

    Indian school education is passing through several phases of change. We have a public school system that is not doing a too wonderful job but that is