In this age of rapidly evolving digitalization, are we losing out on the human touch from one-to-one communication?
India has over 1600 languages, but very few of them can be written. With no particular script of their own, these languages and their speakers remain buried in remote corners.
Is Pakistan’s pathological obsession regarding Kashmir, terrorism and nuclear attack with India at the heart of all the problems between the two nations?
In this constant evolutionary state, practices which pass the test of time become a part of tradition and those that do not, die a natural death.
The author highlights the problems associated with selective demand of people who have served in government or with regulatory agencies for advisory role in private industries.
Will disruption and advancement eventually spell doom for companies?
Central banks have been lowering the interest rates to tackle recent financial crisis. But has pushing them to negative been worth the gamble?
Will a knowledge intensive approach script a turnaround for the Indian labour market?
Populist political foes of globalisation pose serious risks.
In the dystopian age of autonomy, the Universal Basic Share – an improvement upon Universal Basic Income – holds much promise for an egalitarian society.
Banning has never been the answer to any problem. And the government must realise that commercial surrogacy is no different.
Was a government official part to a seriously flawed process or he abetted wrong decisions on the part of higher-ups?
Reaction or rhetorics - What should our response to Baramulla be?
The way forward for Indian economy. How can we learn from global economic fiascos?
In the present scenario, when the cycle of globalisation is overturning, what path to development can India choose?
The Right to Equality before Law doesn't seem to go right with some minorities. Time and again, justice has been denied to members of a particular religious community.
Global economic slow down has resulted in satiation of developed markets but a smarter switch to emerging small economies can make big bucks.
Can you catch the falling pound?
People respond to incentives. But what happens when these incentives are misplaced?
While Africa combats malnourishment itself, can it feed the rest of the world?
While drone technology appears to make war ethically easier, by reducing risks to civilians and soldiers, it mainly shifts the scene of responsibility, from the battlefield to the conference room...
Validation of a startup idea is a prerequisite. Asking ‘Who’ and ‘What’ questions to your target audience will help you validate the idea.
Banks have long been considered as institutions of financial security. Are the policies formulated by these banks making the global economic framework insecure?
From being risk averse to risk seeker, investor's choice under risk and uncertainty notably depends on interest rate which capsize them from bond to stock market and vice-versa.
Art knows no boundaries; and nothing teaches us this better than the voyage of two ancient bowls crafted in Japan.
Euvoluntary transactions are less perceptive to exploitation. Does that provide enough rationale to legalise organ markets?
Every one dreams of overnight success. The key to success is going from failure to failure without losing enthusiasm.
This year's Nobel Prize goes to two economists for their work on contract theory.
The Chinese don't hold concepts like democracy, treaties and borders in high regard. And the world seems to do nothing about it. Here's proof of the same.
The ridiculous valuations of Tesla and Solar City and the rotten egg in the Testa Solar City deal.