My Mind


  • Jun
    05

    During the past five years most news coming out of India had been negative. Most political and economic decision makers in east Asia had given up on India

  • Jun
    04

    In recent months, Indian and Chinese authorities have been heavily criticised for high-profile investigations into possible foul play by certain multinational companies. Foreign critics charge that these companies are

  • Jun
    03
    By William Pesek, Bloomberg

    It took China to prove Friedrich Nietzsche wr­ong. What didn’t kill the Communist Party hasn’t made it stronger

  • Jun
    02
    By A Gary Shilling, Bloomberg

    China’s growing list of problems, including a slowing economy, rising militarism, messy corruption crackdown and increasingly troubled shadow banking sector, could provoke a major financial crisis. In the “never

  • Jun
    01

    On May 26 In­dia's new prime minister and his team took oath of office. May 27 was their first day at work

  • May
    29

    Mobile phone use while driving is common but widely considered dangerous. Due to the number of accidents that are related to cell phone use while driving some

  • May
    28

    Presumably, every globally successful family business is engaged in creating societal value that is either integral to their business or which goes beyond it. But if it has to

  • May
    27
    By William Pesek, Bloomberg

    Thaksin Shinawatra is living proof that leaders get the popularity thing all wrong. From America’s Barack Obama to Indonesia’s Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono they try governing well articulating