Free competition and access to knowledge have been the default legal norm for many a nation. In a thought-provoking piece, Krishna Kumar, a former NCERT chairman, argues that the Delhi University (DU) copyright decision encourages students to merely ... Indian Express, 1 month ago
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After spending time in a competitive, crowded, and climate change-ravaged world, writer Thomas Friedman (2005) found himself telling his daughters, "Finish your homework—people in China and India are starving for your jobs." Dire warnings from ...ASCD Educational Leadership, 2 weeks ago
Ravindra Jadeja led India's strong lower-order batting display with a career-best 90 before spin partner Ravichandran Ashwin wrecked England's top order to put the hosts firmly in charge of the third test on Monday. Look at how experts penned down their ...Sify, 1 week ago
India health-care providers look to tap Africa growth wave Cash-rich Indian hospital groups such as recently listed Narayana Hrudayalaya Ltd. are setting up operations in Africa to tap a growing stream of middle-class patients from the continent ...Observer Research Foundation, 1 week ago
Jos Buttler insists "all is not lost" for England after a poor start to the third Test against India in Mohali but admitted the tourists had failed to make the most of conditions. Jonny Bairstow lived up to his billing as this year's leading Test ...Cricket.co.uk, 2 weeks ago
This is the final article of the three partseries on China's foreign policy and what its evolution means for India. Read the first part: What Duterte's comments mean for the South China Sea dispute, and the Indian position Read the second ...Observer Research Foundation, 1 month ago
A chicken and egg situation The Indian poultry industry is at such a crossroad. At over INR 900 billion (90,000 Crores) it is the second largest producer of eggs and third largest producer of broiler chicken in the world. It is rapidly growing yet ...Businessgyan, 1 month ago
Perhaps half-way through India’s demographic transition, what is the outlook for the future? Robert Malthus wrote his famous An Essay on the Principle of Population in 1798. In that book his basic thesis was that population growth would likely swamp increases in production (mainly food) so that mankind would remain trapped at low standards of living, held back by hunger, famine and disease. In different forms the spectre of the “Malthusian Trap” held sway over the 19th ...Rediff.com, 1 month ago
With Breanne Deppisch THE BIG IDEA: Donald Trump is stuck. The deeper you drill into the crosstabs of our new poll, the clearer it becomes that he will have a very hard time getting more than 46 percent of the popular vote. That would translate ...Washington Post, 1 month ago
Urjit Patel's first press conference as governor of the Reserve Bank of India on Oct. 4 was notable for several reasons. The new keeper of India's monetary flame, just shy of his 53rd birthday, was ill at ease. Very clearly the antithesis of his ...Nikkei Asian Review, 2 months ago
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