My Mind

  • May

    In the 21st century, the education sector faces many challenges never ever encountered by previous generations of teachers and managers of education. The principle reason being knowledge which is

  • May

    Within the past 15 years the world has changed dramatically in several ways. Three biggest trends that were only being mentioned in passing in the late 1990s

  • May
    By Nripendra Misra

    In a path-breaking judgment Central Information Commission (CIC) classified the political parties under the category of public authority. The concerned parties were directed to nominate information officer as

  • May

    In spite of intense pressure and some concessions concerning security issues US President Barack Obama, on his recent state visit to Japan, did not manage to substantially advance the long

  • May

    Plastered over the windows of the best bookshop in the Swiss town that I live in are announcements of 20 per cent off on everything in the store. For

  • May

    The debate on growth and equality is an old theme for policy pundits. The choice however is not between “all growth and no equity” and “all equality

  • May
    By Mohamed A El Erian

    Raghuram Rajan, a highly respected University of Chicago economist who now heads the Reserve Bank of India, is bringing much-needed attention to a crucial issue for the global economy: the

  • May

    As India inches towards the final phase of voting in these general elections, it’s been a season of contradictions and confusion, selfish pursuits and blatant lies. We have seen