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In light of Shashi Tharoor’s efforts to decriminalise homosexuality, the author assesses the controversy around Section 377

By Jason Brennan Many people believe abortion is baby murder. (Here, I use the term “murder” to signify the morally wrongful killing of an being that possess significant rights.) I don’t agree that abortion (or, at least early abortion) is baby murder. But, suppose for the

By Ujwal Batra In thinking about climate change, and environmental challenges in general; one is likely to believe that these problems can only be addressed by governments, elaborate regulations and an exhaustive set of restraints—willingly adopted. Julian Morris, Vice President of Research at Reason Foundation, contends

By Roderick Long The Lego corporation, popular producer of interlocking miniature toy bricks, has recently been making increased efforts to market its toys to girls. Some of these efforts have met with criticism from feminists, who worry about toys that are stereotypically “girly” in a way

By Fernando Teson In the wake of the Boston attack, I thought I would share my view of what makes someone a terrorist. Defining terrorism has proven especially daunting. The main reason is that any definition is condemnatory. The word “terrorism” is not a purely descriptive

The article talks about a particular retail experience in the author's life, which left an indelible mark. It also focuses on the emerging trends in a consumer economy.

By Gaurav Gupta In my previous article (click here), I categorized all 11 payments bank license holders for easy comprehension. I also walked you through the DNA of each category. In this article, I have individually compared each of these 11 players. All eleven players are

By Anam Naqvi A nation is shaped by a certain narrative—how it came to be what it is today, what values and beliefs its people hold and cherish, and how it is portrayed. Education has a vital role in shaping this narrative and in moulding people’s attitudes,

The article suggests that with the economy driving the income expenditure cycle, personal loans are a useful asset to many citizens of this world.

In 2015, The Testament matured into a company with 500 additional staff working with over ten clients across twenty cities. Founded in 2012 as a student-run weekly journal by the Entrepreneurship Development Cell of IP University, The Testament was identified as 'the first multi-dimensional journal

The article suggests that the curriculum of the program must be rooted in business fundamentals and the course structure must facilitate the process of creating global leaders

A Unit Linked Insurance Plan is one such product that helps one to fulfil both insurance and investment objectives at the same time.

By Gaurav Gupta The payments bank space is going to see some hectic activity in 2016, with the 18 month set-up clock already ticking. This new Payments Bank concept is unprecedented, and it will be an interesting time for both the players and the consumers. In this

Dear Mr. Aamir Khan and fellow Indians, [su_pullquote]We tolerate rape of young women in broad day light in our metropolis; we tolerate filth on our streets; we tolerate inhuman existence of our poor; we tolerate our daughters being killed before they are born.[/su_pullquote] Having lived and worked around