• Jul
    14

    Last Sunday the Japanese voters gave prime minister Shinzo Abe and his coalition government a resounding victory. Voters had been called to renew half of the Upper House of

  • Jul
    13

    India is the largest cultivator and consumer of pulses. Therefore our genetic diversity in grain legumes or pulses is very rich

  • Jul
    12

    The new cabinet is settling down to the task of governing the country. As expected there has been an increase in the number of ministers

  • Jul
    11

    Hollywood uses a plethora of grey. The subdued lighting whether it’s space age fiction or murder mystery or espionage tells us that the world has to be

  • Jul
    10

    We take pride in our democracy. We sh­ould! After all we are the m­ost populous and diverse de­mocracy in the world with the highest disparities among-st our

  • Jul
    06

    With easy computing skills and greater access to data, there is a crowding of reports on a bewildering variety of development indicators, each giving its verdict with great authority.

  • Jul
    04

    To leave or not to leave that is no longer the question. The British people have answered

  • Jul
    03

    The country does not tire of endlessly speculating whet-her the RBI governor will reduce the interest rate by 25 bps or simply stated by 0.25 per cent

  • Jun
    30

    The decision of the Br­itish voters to leave the European Union has made headlines in all East Asian media. Before the fateful day of the referend­um interest in

  • Jun
    29

    For centuries children through to university st­udents have practiced improving their writing. Their efforts have been matched by teachers parents and professors reading and correcting texts as well