Reflections on mathematics, teaching and Ramanujan at a film theatre
A more rigorous training in core skills is required to boost the engineering talent in the country, instead of a varnish of 'soft skills'
A crucial link in the Make in India dream
If we can come up with ways of sharing property rights on the internet, why not do something similar in urban spaces?
While most venture-funded start-ups fail, some entrepreneurs who fail at one can do another that becomes a super-hit
Can defence procurement fuel our start-up dream and create internationally competitive companies?
The middle class' long push to force the state to retreat from the economy may be reversing
How truly disruptive innovation can lead to societal pushback
Some policy fixes are needed to develop an indigenous risk capital system
It is widely but wrongly believed that the more inactive the Indian state, the better the chances of a start-up culture flowering
Why, centuries after the French Revolution promised an end to feudalism, do political dynasties persist - even in democracies?
Across the world, middle class families are dealing with the consequences of competition to get into high-quality institutions
Some lessons from the last time people talked of 'convergence' - the mid-1990s
As the new ecommerce paradigm works its way through multiple sectors of the economy it is likely to encounter legal challenges
Silicon Valley is at the heart of the transformation of the global economy - which has both winners and losers