• Apr

    It is a simple and non-controversial fact that globalisation promotes competitiveness. The incumbent local players are forced to upgrade their processes continuously revisit talent management policies and

  • By Sumita Mukherjee

    We are half-way through the election­s, which ha­ve seen so­me of the highest turnout so far in some constituencies such as Delhi (64%) and Odisha (74.3%)

  • Apr

    Last Wednesday US President Barack Obama arrived in Tokyo to begin his four-country tour of east Asia. After Japan Obama will visit South Korea the Philippines

  • Apr

    Nobel Laureate Desmond Tutu had this to say in his foreword to Ken Banks’ edited book: “The Rise of the Reluctant Innovator is a collection of real-life stories that show

  • Apr
    By Anatole Kaletsky, Reuters

    Can economists contribute anything us­eful to our understanding of politics, business and finance in the real world?
    I raise this question having spent last weekend in Toronto at the annual conference

  • Apr

    “The purpose of government is to enable the people of a
    nation to live in safety and happiness. Government exists for the interests of the governed not for

  • Apr

    The 2014 general elections are on. Parties big and small are promising the sky and everything in between

  • Apr

    It was the beginning of the 20th century when Satyanand Stokes introduced apple cultivation for the first time in Himachal Pradesh (HP). At the same time, apple orchards were

  • Apr

    The goal of complete elimination of hun­ger envisaged by the UN secretary general Ban Ki Moon is to be achieved by the year 2025. This is a challenging task

  • Apr

    Over the past few decades the Indian higher education system has remained under stress. This is due to the increased number of students the huge but ineffective