• Jun
    By Ajay Goel

    India faces some key challenges in sustaining the growth rate it envisages for itself. One of them is the extreme dependence on imports for its energy needs

  • Jun
    By Tushar A Gandhi

    Development has become a catchphrase in recent times. But unfortunately in India development has become closely identified with displacement

  • Jun

    The pressing problem of climate cha­nge is intertwined with the challenges of economic development. Although developed countries aggravated the problem through large-scale emission of heat-trapping gases (in particular

  • Jun

    The presidential address delivered on June 9 in Parliament provides a glimpse into the new government’s policies in various areas, including agriculture. For instance, it takes into account the

  • Jun

    It is a misconception to think that economic planning was initiated only after independence. For rudimentary economic planning deriving the sovereign authority of the state

  • Jun

    San Antonio Spurs recently won the 2014 NBA championships in USA beating holders Miami Heats 4-1. At the awards ceremony Peter Holt chairman-CEO and owner of Spurs

  • By Noah Feldman, Bloomberg

    There may be no greater irony in Barack Obama’s presidency than the reintroduction of military advisers to Iraq —with air strikes soon to follow. With the first steps of

  • Jun

    It is a very wise decision of India’s prime minister Narendra Modi to make Japan the destination of his second trip abroad after he had assumed the leadership of the

  • Jun
    By Sushil Sharma

    A vital albeit less juicier issue seems to have escaped the attention of political parties. While both the Congress and BJP have cursorily promised “right to health”

  • Jun

    Wash and wear garments were a novelty once. But the new revolution in innovation is in the ‘watch’ and ‘wear’ computing devices