• Oct
    14

    It is only recently that the entire opposition in Parliament had hailed Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh for his successful visit to Srinagar where he had taken a tough line

  • We make thousands of decisions in our daily life. These include not just about what to eat for breakfast what to wear to office when to schedule

  • Sri Lanka is a small country with barely 20 million people. Its per capita GDP is in excess of $11 000 (on a PPP basis) which is higher than

  • The manner in which cynical politics can cast a shadow over a state’s prospects can be seen in West Bengal. The state’s GDP puts it among the top states

  • Risk averse versus risk takers zaibatsu versus chaebol. As India unfettered its economy in the early 1990s two bulge bracket investing nations - Japan and South Korea

  • India-China relations have been in a state of ferment through the past year. The two main reasons for the malaise in the relations are the Masood Azhar issue and

  • Someone needs to question why a politician as astute as Bihar chief minister Nitish Kumar, who has rarely put a wrong foot politically speaking in the last couple of decades,

  • Oct
    08

    The call to chaos is always seductive more so when the plates of history are shifting. India unfortunately has borne the brunt of a low intensity low

  • Oct
    07

    This battle is not fought with a bat and ball over a 22-yard strip. Yet its fallout could completely change the way cricket is run in this cricket

  • The word “intelligence” brings to everybody’s mind the domain of national security — which is quite natural — but in today’s world the importance of intelligence extends to all business