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A bridge course will not legitimize quackery

21. June 2018 - 17:08
A bridge course can help bring Ayush candidates to speed on prescribing allopathy for a required set of conditions

FIFA World Cup 2018: A glimpse of a happier Russia

21. June 2018 - 17:04
The festive, friendly atmosphere won’t last beyond the month-long football tournament, but it shows what could be

Financing inclusive, liveable cities

21. June 2018 - 16:56
Transit-oriented development can enable easier access to jobs and opportunities—but it’s tricky to pull off

The cost of the missing women in Indian politics

21. June 2018 - 16:44
Socio-economic disadvantages and poor female political participation create a vicious cycle that needs to be broken

Do ‘expressways’ make you speed?

21. June 2018 - 7:04
The names and tags—in this case, expressways for certain highways—we provide help the brain categorize better, activate the appropriate mental models and also help better anticipate a future encounter

Yoga is the answer to back pain, the world’s biggest health issue

21. June 2018 - 6:22
The key culprit of chronic back pain is our sedentary lifestyle and the collection of stress in one part of the body

NSE-SGX case: Arbitrator has pulled off a mean feat

21. June 2018 - 6:00
With a longer deadline, the arbitrator has bought precious time and it will not only allow him to study the arguments on both sides better, but will also give NSE and SGX time to work towards a resolution

Can excessive election advertising backfire?

21. June 2018 - 4:10
Marketing or advertising should not create a hype that is impossible to live up to

Core elements of effective advocacy: message, audience, method and data

20. June 2018 - 19:18
In public health, positive advocacy is at its best a virtuous thing that helps remove barriers to accessing health, spurs implementation of solutions and strengthens policy

Going beyond lateral entry in civil services

20. June 2018 - 18:56
The manner and philosophy of training bureaucrats remains a neglected dimension; lateral entry will not remedy this

Central bankers often rescue democracy

20. June 2018 - 18:42
As elected leaders waffled during the financial crisis, it would’ve been worse without the intervention by the world’s leading monetary authorities

People need commitment to work in the social sector

20. June 2018 - 18:00
People who identify with the purpose and work for it with deep commitment are ideal for social sector organizations. But the reality is that NGOs will end up recruiting many who are looking only for a job

Addressing the Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code’s oversights and flaws

20. June 2018 - 17:54
The Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code needs to evolve if it is to uphold the objectives of fairness, collective resolution and equality

The ICICI Bank board has failed in its job

20. June 2018 - 17:27
Corporate governance experts have to think about the depressing reality that even companies without dominant investor families do not do their job

BJP-PDP split: Kashmir could fracture more in this state

20. June 2018 - 16:24
For four years, the BJP and PDP danced an uneasy tangle ever since a fractured mandate in J&K elections brought together these allies of inconvenience

History shows us how to deal with news echo chambers

20. June 2018 - 12:09
We need a modern Warren-Brandeis thesis that will call out the impact that new technologies are going to have on our way of life and steer us down a radically new path

Payroll data raises serious questions

20. June 2018 - 12:05
It will become more meaningful and useful if its reporting format is extended to reconcile the stock and flow measures

Hardliners learn that democracy can pay off

20. June 2018 - 12:00
One-state regimes are liberalizing markets and growing faster, however, they still remain autocratic

Why Delhi’s air pollution problem never gets solved

20. June 2018 - 11:42
‘Who will do what needs to be done?’ This is the question which continues to be off the radar of the policymakers and the end result is for everyone to see: Delhi remains trapped in an air pollution crisis

Building India’s green finance ecosystem

20. June 2018 - 11:36
Demand for green financing continues to be high from international investors and it is in India’s interest to develop a strong green financing ecosystem