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It will determine the nature of Brexit, future of euro as well as American influence in Europe
The escalation of tensions makes it harder to resolve graver conflicts in Syria, Libya, Islamic State-controlled Iraq and Yemen.
Pull back before humanity is lost amid the fast spreading footprint of religious violence across the world
Change is the only constant in IT and mastering new technologies is vital to gaining edge again
Justice Nagarjuna Reddy has a flawless track record and all attempts to target him must be resisted
The employee-driven alternative to traditional job design leads to better engagement and work satisfaction
A series of innovative steps focused on improving the life of farmers is revving up agriculture in Telangana.
Trump’s confidence to go where others feared to tread could help clinch the ultimate deal between Israelis and Palestinians
Discriminatory actions that create a fear psychosis among a section of citizens do not augur well
Investing in the primary asset, which is oneself, is the only way to beat skill stagnation and stay employable
The mobile revolution should now be leveraged to unleash entrepreneurial and business spirit of people.
For any parallels, there are also major differences including the absence of any smoking gun this time around
India has been issuing strong demarches to Beijing for over 50 years against Chinese engagement with PoK
How we frame nature conservation is critical since ‘doom and gloom’ messages only switch people off.
The continuing widening of inequality means these obnoxious practices will thrive in spite of this visible setback
With its financial strength, political stability, peace and progress, the State has proved its competency across parameters
Increasing efficiency of the system is critically important to meet the spiralling demand for good public services
The transformation of the dead Thames is a good example to emulate for rejuvenating India’s dying rivers
The language, literature, culture and traditions of the State should take centrestage during the World Telugu Conference
Driven by structural reasons, the workforce at the top five Indian IT companies could shrink by a third over the next two years