My Mind

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    By Arun Kumar Jain

    There is sufficient research-based literature on how and why countries endowed with limited natural resources become rich and great. Of course there are multiple reasons for a country’s

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    The United Nations framework convention on climate change (UNFCCC) is an international environmental tr­eaty negotiated at the United Nations conference on environment and development (UNCED), informally known as the Earth

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    By Mohamed A El-Erian

    In his powerful and inspirational state of the union address, US president Barack Obama devoted time to economic proposals that have no chance of being approved by the Republican-controlled Congress.

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    There is plenty of good news about the Indian economy. Inflation has moderated

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    A few years ago the editorial board of Charlie Hebdo had invited me to visit their office. Their struggle for freedom of expression at the risk of their

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    According to the Stockholm International Peace Research Institute (SIPRI), the People’s Republic of China ranks fifth amongst the major arms exporters of the world. Following the US, Russia, Germany,

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    Long ago Aristotle described the soil as the stomach of the plant. Nearly 90 per cent of the world’s food supply comes from crops or animals reared on

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    At present, the education system of developed nations is facing a storm created by a new process of delivery of education. It is truly a way of imparting mass