The headline on Colombia’s major newspaper, El Tiempo, the day after Hugo Chávez’s death was “The End of the Chávez Era”.
True, Chávez’s controversial and colourful 14-year rule has ended,
The recent slaughter of Shiites in Pakistan is another grisly reminder of the perilous condition of its minorities. Indeed in Pakistan and Indonesia the two largest Muslim
Experts believe that the global coal consumption will increase by nearly 60 per cent over the period 2005-2030. Coal is currently plentiful and provides the least-costly option for base-load
The Union budget has nowadays lost its ‘larger than life’ excitement that it used to have few years back. Today people are aware of the trends that would shape
In my last column titled ‘Who makes our vital policies’, I had mentioned about a new wonder material called graphene from the carbon genre that would transform the world for
MUMBAI: Gold futures in India, the world’s biggest buyer of the yellow metal, are likely to fall further, weighed by a strong dollar and as investors chase riskier assets like
All over India, today NGOs are working with tribal people, rural poor, traditional craftsmen and artisan communities empowering them to become self-reliant by making their traditional skills and abilities efficient,
Everything that could be wrong has gone wrong in our democracy and yet we survive. Let no one fool us we just barely survive as a nation
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