The notion that Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s inept handling of the second wave of the pandemic marks the end of his political dominance is misplaced,
India urgently needs to import various medical supplies to deal with Covid-19. How to ramp up availability quickly given the governments’ limited finances? One part of the solution is make use of the Reserve Bank of India’s large reserves. Gurbachan Singh
explains how this can be done here
put a new space station into orbit, and landed a rover on Mars, its technological advancement has global implications, says the top edit
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