Normalcy is elusive in Jammu & Kashmir even a month after the Article 370 decision,
our second edit.
In the concluding part of a series, Pranab Bardhan, professor of Graduate School at University of California, Berkeley, explores
the variety of reasons why inequality can have serious inefficiency consequences.
Great CEOs see opportunity even when the general mood is gloomy, writes
A country cannot self-correct if it sees dissent as treason, writes
The problems of urban water are going to prove the most difficult India has faced so far, writes
Mihir Shah, distinguished professor, Shiv Nadar University and former member, Planning Commission.
"A bit like an offer of an apple to Snow White from the Wicked Queen... "
- British Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn on PM Boris Johnson's offer of a general election