My Mind

  • Jan

    Famous American educator Peter Drucker sa­ys “Plans are only good intentions unless they immediately generate into hard work”. Our Right to Free and Compulsory EducationAct is facing serious

  • Jan

    While India and China started the New Year with high hopes of continued solid economic growth, the Japanese are in a rather sombre mood. The best they can look

  • Jan

    Organised retail is a true child of globalisation. Back in the late 19th and early 20th centuries several big retail chains catering to the daily and mass consumption

  • Jan

    India rolled out the red carpet for the prime minister of Bangladesh and prime minister Manmohan Singh was, rightly, lavish both in his praise and promise of opportunities for cooperation.

  • By Chanda Kochhar

    The economy has experienced a paradigm shift in enced a paradigm shift in the momentum of growth in the past few years.

  • Jan
    By Praful Bidwai

    The outcome of the Copenhagen climate conference is so abysmally disproportionate to its two year-long preparation that even prime minister Manmohan Singh had to admit that only “very limited” progress

  • Jan

    Recently the Congress celebrated its 125th annivarsary. Was this the Congress founded by A O Hume?

  • Jan

    An emergency medic­al technician (EMT) trainee in Hyderab­ad used the ambulance’s public addre­ss system to pierce the incessant honking and politely prod drivers to give way, but, with little success.