Like with any thinker of such enormous and lasting influence, Gandhi’s repertoire of ideas turns out to be more surprising and resilient than we might realise.
Magnificent Mary just goes out and does things no one else has done, things few others consider doable.
It is paved with technical computing technology and soft power from India’s IT industry
If the information seeker has to give reasons for seeking information it is likely that the application will be opposed by the public institutions at the admission level.
Hundreds of young women and girls are leaving their homes in western countries to join Islamic fighters in the Middle East, causing increasing concern among counter-terrorism investigators.
All this latest slice of paranoid gender-obsessed biology teaches is how attached science is to its pink and blue safety blankets
After a hectic, often frenetic five days in the United States, it is time to take stock of the achievements of Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s visit.
The new President of Afghanistan, Ashraff Ghani, and Abdullah Abdullah, the country’s ‘chief executive officer’ — a new post that is to evolve into a prime ministership in two years — have their work cut out.
From prime minister to policeman, from cobbler to caliph, the gaze of law falls equally on everyone. However high may you be, the law is always above you.
Two worrying trends have emerged on the global scene. One is a crash in commodity prices. The other is an imminent rise in global interest rates.
A standstill policy seemed inevitable. However, the acceptance of a ‘new normal’ for inflation is disturbing
Is the performance of core industries a good indicator of overall industrial production?
The RBI has not adequately factored in bearish global commodity market signals in its latest policy review
Mr. Sveinsson said the conference convened by his country and Suriname will be an “exceptional contribution” to events marking the 20th anniversary of a landmark U.N. conference on women in Beijing.
The Reserve Bank of India’s (RBI) decision to maintain status quo on interest rates is on expected lines.
As humans, we need reminding of our relationship with nature so we can choose how to act
Narendra Modi and Barack Obama talk about a renewed U.S.-India partnership forthe 21st century
We could hold people accountable to a reasonable standard of expectation and that’s the first step, says economist Esther Duflo
As a society, we need new mindsets to create a new style of social science, a thinking which can revive the dullness of public policy and the hysterical triteness of social change.
Jim O'Neill, the man who coined the term Bric, identifies one major risk factor for the economy and the markets, besides a possible monetary tightening by the US Fed: Narendra Modi's failure to deliver on his promises.