Though ownership rights of the property in the emerging economies are not legally documented, they can provide a secure access to a lot of services.
The one constant in the world is change, is it the time to focus on the economic acceleration from growth? Here's one perspective to make you think.
With a brand new spate of terrorist attacks, spearheaded by none other than the ISIS, will the Pakistani leadership be able to protect her nation?
What does Gujarat's recently presented annual budget hold for the upcoming elections and for the long-run economic conditions of the state?
How much of a role did the governments' policies and practices play leading up to the worst modern financial crisis, which left thousands unemployed and homeless?
Students believe that this issue is more than just "left vs right", and that freedom of expression is at stake. Here's an account of the developments in DU.
The government decides to reject a voting mechanism that would protect information relating to region-wise voting patterns. What does it mean for electoral democracy in India?
With coastal states stepping up their protest against the Centre's proposal to tax sea-based activities, the GST faces yet another roadblock.
The French existentialists Sartre and Camus had a friendship that enchanted all, until they split due to opposing views on communism.
North Korea's nuclear capability has been overlooked by Beijing as proved through the latter's actions. Global sanctions on Pyongyang would not yield results without a collective effort that includes China.
As the world patiently waits for the UN to become decisive, a look at the BCAs tells us that there is still hope. While not perfect, these adjustments surely are...
Despite settling several charges against it, Deutsche Bank is still being overseen by six independent monitors, making conflicts of interest inescapable.
Australian research shows that there exists a huge divide in the working hours suitable for men and women before they start suffering mentally.
Managing voltage on the solar network has always been an issue. But smart solar panels have the potential to make the situation better, not worse.
The Supreme Court has bashed the government over its ineffectiveness in cleaning Ganga. Owing to successive failures, after all the planning and money, is dreaming of a clean Ganga too...
The Margao Municipal Corporation may resort to outsourcing its waste management process. A chain of errors has led to this.
Europe has a come long way by abolishing the death penalty. States in the US, however, brought these barbaric methods back. Will the US ever evolve?
Is Trump's wall intended to prevent illegal immigration, drug and human trafficking or to preserve a way of life which is threatened ?