• Mar
    31

    Sometimes even the most basic question can lead to profound reflections. Recently in an MBA class we took a line of questioning that looked at the structural

  • By Leonid Bershidsky, Bloomberg

    Could Microsoft finally be breaking out of the constraints of its Windows operating system? The sudden success of its Office software for Apple’s iPad suggests that is where new chief

  • Mar
    27

    After the fall of the Berlin Wall and the disappearance of the Soviet Union, some western intellectuals thought that liberal democracy and liberal market economy had won the battle against

  • After the fall of the Berlin Wall and the disappearance of the Soviet Union, some western intellectuals thought that liberal democracy and liberal market economy had won the battle against

  • Mar
    26

    As I approached the lanky young man holding up my name at the exit of Lucknow airport, he bent down to touch my feet. Maybe politicians and men of

  • Mar
    25

    Economies grow only when the masses have meaningful value-added jobs created through more knowledge rather than sheer manual labour. The latter can provide at most subsistence level living

  • Mar
    24

    You cannot have a proud and chivalrous spirit if your conduct is mean and paltry; for whatever a man’s actions are, such must be his spirit
    — Demosthenes

    The world’s

  • Mar
    23

    There have been some tumultuous and epic elections in the history of independent India. I wasn’t born when the first general election was held in the country from October

  • Mar
    20

    Renewable energy certificates (REC) is a relatively new and challenging market-based instrument, but it seems to hold a great promise in promoting the renewable energy market development in India.
    In

  • Mar
    19

    India’s independence in 1947 had the great Bengal famine as its backdrop. During the Bengal famine of 1942-43 over three million children women and men died of