My Mind


  • Nov
    17
    By Pramath Raj Sinha

    Given the increasing incidence of non-communicable diseases in India — they now account for over 50 per cent of all deaths — the country is realising that it must urgently

  • Nov
    16
    By Adam Minter, Bloomberg

    How hard will it be for China to fulfill its end of the climate deal signed with the US last week? The extraordinary means that the Chinese government used to

  • Nov
    14
    By Barry Ritholtz, Bloomberg

    You all know the urban legend of the conversation between F Scott Fitzgerald and Ernest Hemingway.
    Fitzgerald: “Let me tell you about the very rich

  • Nov
    13

    A promising technology that offers a large green potential for electricity generation is ocean thermal energy conversion (OTEC). OTEC is a renewable energy technology that harnesses the solar energy

  • Nov
    12
    By William Pesek, Bloomberg

    As hedge fund managers declare victory with the launch of the Shanghai-Hong Kong stock link, don’t forget the obvious loser: the city’s pro-democracy movement.
    For almost seven weeks, the students

  • Nov
    11

    After interacting with students and teaching community on a topic related to the role of higher education in the ever-changing global scenario, one often comes across two major issues;

  • Nov
    10

    At a recent two-day conference of directors of national institutes of technology (NITs) at Rashtrapati Bhawan, attention was focused on macro factors that can make them more relevant and effective

  • Nov
    09
    By Susan Visvanathan

    Technocrats, bureaucrats and politicians often collude to project a common goal for citizens that equates industrialisation with development — a view that is imposed from above without concern for citizens’