Rwanda's horrific genocide and the lack of media coverage that surrounded it are discussed with Alfredo Jaar in an interview. Alfredo Jaar is a Chilean-born artist, architect, and filmmaker.
Filmmakers have tapped laws of perception still unexplored by neuroscience to create a visual feast in the brain and thus they exploit this to their advantage when it comes to...
The 'cheaply' available labour, which India relies on, is now struggling with unfair employment contracts which offer neither regularity nor employment benefits.
The upcoming Union Budget poses some unique challenges for the Finance Minister. Will he choose to ride the wave of populism?
Despite the skepticism around census data, social participation is essential to benefit from effective public policy making.
Sovereignty has always been a saleable commodity for the rulers. It has not been able to free itself from the clutches of sale transactions.
Will Lighthizer prove to be Trump's Protectionist in the Silver Armour?
Having GDP as the sole source of measuring human developement has led to distorted actions, Now, we're building a more holistic way of measuring progress.
Times are changing and people are making progress in terms of wellbeing.
Reviewing the past 60 years data makes it possible to delineate the course of poverty reduction that has been adopted in India.
Denying special status to Apple is a display of the government's intention to prioritize a level playing field in India.
In war, ultimately everyone loses. It's a zero-sum game. But how much cost does the populace of the country, which includes the soldiers, really pay?
A complex web of tax havens and secrecy jurisdictions continues to thrive and slow down the world economy. Will it ever end?
Russia has seen some of the most memorable moments of censorship last year for the most intriguing reasons.
The previous year in Bangladesh saw the aggravation of violence by extremist groups against citizens defending civil liberties and human rights through their freedom of speech.
What is the draw-down policy of retirement, and why it needs to be revised?
How did American legislation shape the backbone of the Nazi movement in Germany?
Slow courts in India indeed hamper the efficiency of the judicial system. How do they end up adversely affecting the economic growth as well?
The not-so-known master of chess, Sultan Khan, draws a life story parallel to that of Ramanujan's life and his excellence.
"History is written by winners" is a well-known phrase. How does this come to play in Saif-Kareena's son Taimur's name controversy?
Now that IBC is in motion, we need to ask how much of a difference it will make to the banking crisis and how it will effect existing banks.
The Volcker's rule never impressed the banks. They have now found a supporter in Trump. What will this mean for the future of the rule?
In an age of perpetual beta, careers are managed like consumables as we witness that degrees no longer assure the employability of a graduate and every skill is available for...
It’s often said that a person’s tolerance rises with their education level. But pragmatic observations of the social trends around the world say otherwise.
Six graphs depicting different economic indicators illustrate why no growth rather than low growth seems to have become the norm for developed nations.
Ever since his election, the Chinese President Xi Jinping signaled a new theme in Chinese policy. It remains to be seen if he shall be able to ruffle any feathers.
Can the Direct Benefit Transfer scheme effectively replace the Public Distribution System?
A robust competition policy can act as a check and prevent unfair arrangements thereby leveling the field for all participants in the global economy pushing business towards development.