My Mind


  • Jun
    24

    Although there is a temperature change, scientists remain uncertain as to how much can be attributed to nature and how much to humans.

  • Jun
    23
    By Roger Cohen

    Two decades after Mandela walked out of captivity, South Africa’s hosting the most-watched sporting event on earth, and doing so in a spirit of unity

  • Jun
    22

    The endlessly-spewing oil rig off the Gulf Coast was likened to 9/11 terror by president Obama. He also said that the US administration would make BP pay for all the damage caused.

  • Jun
    21

    The government has, at last, accepted that all employees are equal and, hence, there should not be any distinction between private and government employees.

  • Jun
    20

    Given the amounts of bonds issued by Portugal, Ireland, Italy, Greece and Spain held in Europe, any default could quickly spread domino-style.

  • Jun
    17

    For once, the attention the outside world gives Africa is entirely positive and enjoyable. In the long and often dark history of mankind, outsiders mostly looked at Africa to loot its resources.

  • Jun
    16

    Why has every single Indian corporate organisation, including chambers of commerce that routinely wax eloquent on all types of issues, kept silent on the atrocious judgement in the Bhopal case?

  • Jun
    15

    Wisdom led to the identification of distribution reforms in the electricity sector. The vexed issue of pricing, however, brought the much-needed area of reform to a standstill