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Supply cycle

18. April 2018 - 23:49
IMF’s new World Economic Outlook which throws light on a new tech production system based on smartphones rather than personal computers

Skill development indicators are a necessity

18. April 2018 - 22:54
They will enable states to evaluate their performance over time and facilitate sharing of best practices across different sectors and states

The welfare effects of rural electrification

18. April 2018 - 22:54
Rural electrification will not only help improve education, health and connectivity but will also enable India meet its climate change commitments

The political capture of the police in India

18. April 2018 - 22:54
The police are repositories of all our social biases, an institution where objectivity and independence are hard to come by

The digital economy’s antitrust problem

18. April 2018 - 22:54
Existing understanding of market power and monopolies is ill-suited to the digital economy

Surendra Nihal Singh: an editor of an earlier era

18. April 2018 - 22:54
Nihal Singh was an editor of an earlier era, and he let his unsigned editorials do the talking by printing a black page of The Statesman during the Emergency

How world leaders can deal with Donald Trump

18. April 2018 - 22:54
Donald Trump’s leadership style is characterized by a willingness, indeed a preference, for hewing to contrarian positions, an appalling absence of understanding

What makes ‘Bigg Boss’ tick?

18. April 2018 - 21:56
Voyeurism aside, what powers ‘Bigg Boss’ ratings is the casting and freshness of the tasks. The reality show reinvents itself the moment there are new people in the house

India’s CWG 2018 performance an indicator of the challenges ahead

18. April 2018 - 19:07
A dispassionate of India’s performance at the 2018 Commonwealth Games study will show that despite the commendable performances in Gold Coast, India are still a long way behind global standards

Thun Group: In the line of fire once again

18. April 2018 - 17:12
Thun Group has now taken on more fire, as it further tweaks guidelines to acknowledge that banks can be seen as contributing to human rights violations only in exceptional circumstances

Donald Trump is a grotesque echo of Bill Clinton

18. April 2018 - 13:08
Donald Trump and Bill Clinton share character flaws that rise to the surface and curdle their presidencies

The Kathua rape case tests our workplaces too

18. April 2018 - 4:39
HR departments are up to the mark when dealing with sexual harassment against women in the workplace but are found lacking when it comes to more complex social issues

Dash for cash

17. April 2018 - 23:18
The sudden shortage of cash in some parts of India is puzzling given the fact that currency in circulation is now back to normal levels in absolute terms

What 1985 tells us about a US China trade war

17. April 2018 - 22:17
Back then, the US had felt similarly threatened by Japan—but Donald Trump will find it difficult to emulate Ronald Reagan’s tactical success

India lives in her villages, not districts

17. April 2018 - 22:15
An exclusive focus on districts in policymaking can be misleading in the presence of large village-level variation

India needs to fundamentally alter its export strategy

17. April 2018 - 22:14
India’s exports for the month of March this year have contracted by 0.7% compared to a year ago. There is need for a fundamental shift in our export strategy

Internet was designed to understand and track us

17. April 2018 - 22:11
The concept of surveillance, and essentially big data analytics, can be traced back to Herman Hollerith, whose punched card tabulator was used to speed up the US census process

Depositor discipline in a time of bank frauds

17. April 2018 - 21:49
Even though depositor discipline exists in Indian banking, it is invisibly thin, sporadic, driven by shocks, and not preventive

National Counter Terrorism Centre is trapped in a political quagmire

17. April 2018 - 21:41
For nearly a decade, the consensus on forming a National Counter Terrorism Centre has been in abeyance. Heated political debates and turf battles are the factors behind it

Zone of immediacy and its implications for giving

17. April 2018 - 16:51
The urgency with which people get involved with a personal cause depends on whether they see the problem having effect now, soon, or later

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