• Jan

    The world is rightly impressed by the rapid economic gr-owth in East Asia. There are few dou-bts that the 21st century is the century of East Asia

  • By Noah Feldman

    At the Philadelphia convention of 1787, James Madison al­one took complete notes in a rapid shorthand, a self-appointed job that he said almost killed him. But today, constitutional debates

  • Jan

    About 13 years ago when goods and services tax (GST) was first proposed by the Atal Bihari Vajpayee government, there were no takers for it. Industry, service providers and

  • Jan

    These days one hears from the police on US airports: “Put your palms forward please. ” The transportation security administration (TSA) has begun randomly swabbing passengers’ hands at checkpoints

  • Jan

    The developed nations particularly the US for the last decade or so have been focusing on community colleges. In these nations community colleges are vital parts

  • Jan

    Humans basically abhor uncertainty. Thus structures such as bureaucracy and administrative laws have been devised that can provide predictability and stability in the environment so that humans can go

  • Jan

    Since New Year’s eve Delhi has had a unique experience. Not only because of the new government and the euphoria surrounding the Aam Aadmi Party but a

  • Jan

    A little over a year ago Shinzo Abe got the second chance to form a government. The scion of a high profile political family had become leader of

  • Jan

    The start of every year provides a good opportunity to reflect on the previous 12 months and look forward to the next. However, this year, there is an added

  • Dec

    Our tomorrows will be very different from our yesterdays. So will be the future Indian CEO