My Mind

  • Dec

    Malthusian economics, as we know well from the works of Charles Dickens, was essentially posed to get rid of the poor and usher in the industrial revolution. Today, we

  • Dec

    Turmoil is what the world likes today. Or so it seems

  • By Jaiveer Shergill

    It is time to pause and reflect on the outcome of the surgical strikes along the Line of Control on September 29 and the “surgical strike on the Indian economy”

  • Dec

    The wait continues for Rahul Gandhi’s revelations of seismic proportions on demonetisation. There is no guarantee that the reluctant prince will feed the expectations and reveal what he claims

  • Materially, nothing much changed between December 2 and December 9 when the CBI began its swoop down on corruption in a three-strike coordinated move. The only difference was Anil

  • Dec

    Swachh Bharat is a mission to which everyone is committed. Looking at heaps of urban waste lying unattended hordes of people sitting along the railway lines defecating in

  • England might be 0-2 down in the five-Test series but Alastair Cook and Co. will be more than happy to return to Mumbai Wankhede Stadium in particular

  • Investing cash surpluses productively into capacity expansions, green-field projects or diversifying into sectors with potential to multiply wealth is what most commercial enterprises do. But, build up in cash