My Mind

  • Nov

    Bumped into my old friend Anupam Kher the other day. And since both of us are die hard Kashmiris we got talking about a whole host of things

  • Nov

    Our green revolution has been sustained only because of public procurement of wheat and rice at a fairly reasonable MSP. In the Farmers’ Commission Report we have recommended

  • Nov

    Sometime back the World Bank brought out a ranking of countries in terms of ease of doing business.

  • Nov

    In Indian politics, just like on the stock market, there has been a rise of the “penny stocks” – the investigative story front-paged in the Financial Chronicle of November 21

  • Nov

    Man is a prisoner of his past but so are institutions. In the ongoing feud between Ratan Tata and Cyrus Mistry the playbook has gone out of

  • Nov
    By Bhavin turakhia

    Digital has become a catch all word for everything good and innovative. I think the most crucial question for now is whether behind all the marketing spends and media

  • Nov
    By Ranjit Rane

    Efficient management of data hasn’t been a forte of the energy and utilities sector. Inspite of being an industry dominated by engineers and scientists who work with facts and

  • Nov

    The escalation of hostilities on the Line of Control, India’s de facto border with Pakistan in Jammu and Kashmir, is kept in check by a fragile threshold.
    Another attack by