• Dec

    For the past three decades, the separatist leaders have claimed that they represent the true social, political and economic aspirations of the Kashmiri people. They have claimed for long

  • Nov
    By Pankaj Mishra

    Back in 2014, Narendra Modi’s landslide victory was hailed by columnists in the Wall Street Journal and the Financial Times, who predicted that he would prove to be India’s Ronald

  • Nov

    Bihar chief minister Nitish Kumar’s timely support to the Narendra Modi government over demonetisation, firmly standing apart from the opposition ranks despite his stated anti-Modi position could well turn out

  • Bumped into my old friend Anupam Kher the other day. And since both of us are die hard Kashmiris we got talking about a whole host of things

  • Nov

    Our green revolution has been sustained only because of public procurement of wheat and rice at a fairly reasonable MSP. In the Farmers’ Commission Report we have recommended

  • Nov

    Sometime back the World Bank brought out a ranking of countries in terms of ease of doing business.

  • Nov

    In Indian politics, just like on the stock market, there has been a rise of the “penny stocks” – the investigative story front-paged in the Financial Chronicle of November 21

  • Nov

    Man is a prisoner of his past but so are institutions. In the ongoing feud between Ratan Tata and Cyrus Mistry the playbook has gone out of

  • Nov
    By Bhavin turakhia

    Digital has become a catch all word for everything good and innovative. I think the most crucial question for now is whether behind all the marketing spends and media

  • Nov
    By Ranjit Rane

    Efficient management of data hasn’t been a forte of the energy and utilities sector. Inspite of being an industry dominated by engineers and scientists who work with facts and