• Sep
    16

    There is a strange, sil­ent irony in the way the political party heading the national government is wooing Bihar’s votes and the nonchalant manner in which the national government has

  • Sep
    15

    For nearly a 100 years the consulting industry has remained more or less the same. Intelligent and experienced consultants are engaged to crack the most complex business problems

  • Sep
    13

    There isn’t much difference between what’s been happening recently in India and Bangladesh, with rationalists and freethinkers being butchered by fundamentalist elements. Na­rendra Dabholkar, Govind Pansare and MM Kalburgi

  • Sep
    10

    A few years ago, the rapidly expanding relations between the Russian Federation and the People’s Republic of China were to be a determining facet of the new global order emerging

  • Sep
    09

    Queen Elizabeth II has become the longest serving monarch in Br­itish history, breaking the record set by Queen Victoria who died in 1901 after reigning for 23,227days. For the

  • Sep
    06

    With caste chauvinism raising its ugly head the country’s social fabric is being torn asunder once again. The several caste agitations riving the society could one day put

  • Sep
    03

    The Chinese are consummate gamblers. If you visit a casino in any part of the world what strikes you is the dominance of Chinese faces at most of

  • Sep
    02

    The central advisory board of education in its meeting on August 19, recommended revocation of no-detention policy up to class VIII and resumption of the secondary board examination after class

  • Sep
    01

    It is a widely held belief that our new generation of millennials are setting-up startup companies only to become rich. My experience with startups is quite different

  • Aug
    31

    Development and economic growth of nations is built upon the knowledge and skills of its citizens. Economic pundits and successive plan documents have referred to the large share of