The Old French Tactic

The author sheds light on the clever defence strategies of the French, in light of their recent move to up their stance on the Rafale combat aircraft.

/ July 26, 2016
A forward communication is very beneficial according to experts.

Will Bank of England Cut Interest Rates in August?

As Bank of England decided not to cut the interest rate, the author ponders over the outcomes of the next meeting of MPC members in August.

/ July 26, 2016
There is an urgent need for India to improve on important areas like basic human needs, foundations of wellbeing and opportunity.

Climbing the Economic Ladder, With One Foot on the Ground?

The article talks about the Social Progress Index of India, and how there is an urgent need for social action to improve the whole society.

/ July 26, 2016
Max Life Insurance

Insurance – Making an Unpleasant Activity a Pleasant One

This article explains the details and benefits of the various term plan options of online life insurance which Max Life offers.

/ July 25, 2016

The Glasshouse of the Cyber World

As the internet citizenship is witnessing exponential growth rate, the author tries to find a global answer concerning the issue of human rights and the policies governing the cyberspace.

/ July 25, 2016
DNC won't just include celebrities and politicians, but also dozens of regular Americans who are affected by national policies.

Well, It’s Time for the Democratic National Convention

Highlighting the differences between the upcoming RNC and DNC, the author analyzes which side tells a better story for the future of America.

/ July 24, 2016
Amazon and Netflix

The Disruptive Duo: Amazon and Netflix!

A look into what makes Amazon and Netflix the 'Disruptive Duo' and how their stock prices have played a temperamental role in the market game.

/ July 24, 2016
It is the sort of hooliganism, unique to South Asia, that needs to be put an end to by appropriate punitive laws.

Are Violent Agitators Beyond the Arms of the Law?

Highlighting the losses caused to the state exchequer due to agitations, the author opines that laws must be enacted to penalise groups that support acts of violence.

/ July 24, 2016
Social Media

Evaluating the Market Delusions of Social Media

Analyzing Facebook and Twitter pre and post IPO. The author brings to light key factors that changed results and perspectives.

/ July 23, 2016
Innovations in currency can lead to a completely alternate future.

The Mantra of a Futuristic Economy: Think Small?

The effects of Bitcoin make the author ponder over the future of money and the long lasting consequences of various innovations in currency.

/ July 23, 2016
We see global recession every eight years, and according to the math, 2016 could be a period for next inflection point.

The Anti-thesis of the Chinese Economic Story

The author discusses the intricacies of China's economy, and how even a minuscule change can have repercussions on the global economy.

/ July 23, 2016
In the era of economic opportunities and political complexities, India must maintain closer relations with the US.

Embracing Washington Comes at a Price

The author opines that India must tread the path of diplomacy with hawkeyed scrutiny and also ensure that its sovereignty is not violated.

/ July 23, 2016
Zeitung Financial Times / newspaper financial times

The Story Stock or the Stock Story?

Tesla is going through a rough phase right now, but the stock prices don't reflect that. Here's a deeper look at their market dynamics.

/ July 23, 2016
The Power of the Present

The Power of the Present

The writer tells us how living in the present and concentrating on the 'now' is all that matters in life's bigger picture.

/ July 23, 2016
National IPR Policy aims to improve India’s IPR framework and resolve the long-standing discord between New Delhi and Washington.

Will 2016 Usher a New Era for US–India IPR Relations?

Stating reservations regarding the absence of a roadmap to implement the national IPR Policy, the author opines that India’s sovereignty should not be compromised to appease USA.

/ July 22, 2016
6 Paves the Way for the Indian P2P Industry

The article explains how is revolutionising the Indian P2P lending industry.

/ July 22, 2016
Alcohol Ban in India

Why the Ban on Alcohol Will Not Work

The author explains the ill-effects of banning alcohol in Indian states on the revenue and tourism sectors.

/ July 22, 2016
A lot of work still needs to be done to excavate, maintain and preserve these structures.

Nalanda: A Window to the Past

The author in this article describes her incredible travel experience to Nalanda ruins in Bihar.

/ July 22, 2016

Kindling Curiosity as a Virtue

The author highlights the importance of promoting scepticism as a virtue and eliminating the practice of learning things by rote.

/ July 22, 2016
MEA and MOD negotiators are ensuring that draft accords are tailored to specific Indian needs that also serve US purposes.

Steering Into Troubled Waters With Eyes Wide Open

Highlighting the lack of professionalism in the MEA, the author opines that India must enter into bilateral agreements with all powers rather than USA only.

/ July 22, 2016
ganga pollution case

The Ganges and Its Children

The author delineates the impact of Ganga Pollution Case on infant mortality and the health of people.

/ July 21, 2016
The Modi government has informed Moscow that it will soon sign the agreement for the Su-50 FGFA.

Armed to the Hilt, But Defenceless in the Bargain?

Blaming the political class for India’s woeful military strength, the author opines that the military needs must be met through indigenous sources.

/ July 21, 2016
I-Sparsh UP Government

I-Sparsh Smart Village Scheme of Uttar Pradesh

This article explains the I-Sparsh smart village scheme of Uttar Pradesh government, and initiative taken towards nurturing “smart and sustainable villages”.

/ July 20, 2016
maternity entitlements

Investing in the Cycle of Life

The authors discuss the impact of maternity entitlements on the productivity of future and current generations.

/ July 20, 2016

Would the Swiss Someday Demonetize the 1000 Franc Note?

The high denomination of the 1000 franc note makes the author raise the question of the temptation of the Swiss to demonetize it.

/ July 20, 2016
India has failed to convert the enormous goodwill, even by official accounts, into a tangible economic and strategic advantage.

The Strategic Neglect of East Africa

The author urges the Government to take a leaf out of the private sector’s book and form strategic alliances with East African countries.

/ July 20, 2016
helping hand

The European North-South Divide

In the light of the importance of voluntary work, the author tries to show the divide between North and South Europe.

/ July 19, 2016
The convention will be a little different this time with attempts to change the rules and prevention of Trump from gaining nomination.

Closing in on the Gap Between Trump and Clinton

The author talks about the Republican National Convention to be held in the U.S where its presidential nominee will be chosen.

/ July 19, 2016
The uncertainty about monetary policies only adds to the already speculated negative outlook.

Post Brexit Hangover and Monetary Policy

The post Brexit monetary policies are much in speculation stages. The writer provides an insight to these speculations in detail.

/ July 19, 2016
US Treasury

Is US Treasury Becoming a Hot Money Playground?

The article highlights the increasing chances of US Treasury becoming a playground of hot money instead of a long term store of value.

/ July 19, 2016