Recent data on socio-economic and caste census have focussed on an asset-based methodology for counting and identifying BPL families in rural areas. Based on this, an estimated 47
The Indian government recently caused public outrage by banning 857 pornographic sites to usher in “achhe din”. In doing so however the government shied away from
For some time now there have been signs of not all being well with the Chinese economy. After growing at record speed for years it is now
On Tuesday morning, just before the financial markets opened in Beijing, the People’s Bank of China, that nation‘s central bank, took steps to devalue the renminbi by 1.9 per
UNESCO’s vision of lifelong learning encompasses all contexts (formal nonformal and informal) and ages (from cradle to grave) of learning. The UNESCO Institute for Lifelong Learning and its
Many firms struggle as they expand into global markets finding that the culture, buying patterns, best practices, legal and competitive environments, and government policies are much different from those at
In the wake of the execution by hanging of Yakub Memon, convicted in the 1993 Mumbai serial bomb blasts, the issue of capital punishment has once again come into focus.
A burning question in today’s educational discussions is the role of regulators in higher education. Envisaged as custodians of educational quality apex regulatory bodies like the University grants
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