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With calls for action against Moscow picking up in Western nations, Putin’s next six years could be challenging
Grassroots level involvement of all stakeholders in steering growth is essential to realise full potential of our economy.
The shroud of illusion that now envelopes knowledge and Indian polity must go for truth to gain momentum again
If States present caste data backed by BC Commissions, the reservation is not bound by the ceiling of 50%
The surest way to break the vicious cycle of rural indebtedness and low productivity is direct investment
KCR’s call for qualitative change in politics by setting a new national agenda resonates well with people’s expectations
A panel consisting of China, Russia, France, the UK and Japan might provide an alternative to conflict
The massive poll campaign ran by the BJP with big money in the three north-eastern States raises many questions.
A bilateral initiative of India and France, the International Solar Alliance signals a new era of partnerships to combat the effects of climate change
Instead of protectionism, a better strategy would be to improve social security of workers exposed to risk in open markets
Strategic alliances, partnerships and MoUs must result in viable and time-bound development projects
Since refugee phenomenon is here to stay, let’s turn them into assets by providing them opportunities to rebuild lives
Government, instead of falling into the trap of privatisation, must execute a systemic clean-up of PSBs
Modi’s outreach balanced competing, and sometimes contradictory, interests and was well executed.
Declining trend of bank credit to the sector needs to be reversed to make MSMEs backbone of the economy
By drawing on the power of data, airlines can improve safety and efficiency, and offer customers a better flying experience
Providing uninterrupted power with fossil fuel might be an instant solution but in the long-run, it is unsustainable
In the current scenario, the target seems daunting but replicating Telangana’s innovative agriculture schemes can make it a reality
Water is a State subject and, therefore, States must form innovative partnerships to meet their needs within the context of growing scarcity
Government’s first responsibility in the wake of PNB scam is to restore confidence among staff and customers