The outage at the National Stock Exchange was a disaster waiting to happen and many more are likely. Debashis Basu
shows how the reality of interoperability with the Bombay Stock Exchange varies widely from the soothing official version. Read it here
The IT revolution has raised the spectre of citizens’ privacy, but as Ajit Balakrishnan
points out, technological revolutions in the past have largely benefited society even as some segments suffered. Read it here
The vaccine cooperation project that emerged from the first virtual meeting of the four Quad
leaders under the Biden administration offers clear signals that the four-nation grouping is moving beyond the narrow security partnership as a means of challenging China’s regional hegemony. Read it here
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