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Kenneth Rogoff

Kenneth Rogoff: Europe's debt wish

Structural reforms and fiscal austerity fall far short of being a complete solution to Europe's debt problems

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Devangshu Datta: The US biologist who changed India

The Green Revolution owes a debt to Norman Borlaug, whose birth centenary falls this year

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Hussain Yasa: Is the Afghan electoral deadlock broken?

The deal to audit votes cast in the third presidential polls marks a small but uncertain step towards a durable political transition

Jamal Mecklai

Jamal Mecklai: Bring on the lederhosen

Back in the day when all the men were strong, all the women were good-looking and all the children were above average (with thanks to The Prairie Home Companion, a United States radio show from back in the day), dollar strength (or weakness) really ...

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Agnikalam: Indian Railways - nostalgia and reality

Travelling by rail in India was once a pleasure, but has now become a forbidding challenge

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Barun Roy: Singapore's skyrise gardens

Vertical gardens are a cornerstone of the state's development plan and can be a game-changer in its quest for greater sustainability

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A K Bhattacharya

A K Bhattacharya: Two months and two signals
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The political climate in this country has perhaps convinced the BJP that only incremental reforms administered in small doses can work

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Allowing foreign investment will push media firms to clean up their act and put in place systems that will allow good journalism to flourish

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The Permanent Court of Arbitration verdict on the India-Bangladesh maritime dispute, which largely upholds the Bangladeshi claim, has important lessons for India's Saarc policy

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Kenneth Rogoff

Kenneth Rogoff: Europe's debt wish
Kenneth Rogoff

Structural reforms and fiscal austerity fall far short of being a complete solution to Europe's debt problems

Devangshu Datta

Devangshu Datta: The US biologist who changed India
Devangshu Datta

The Green Revolution owes a debt to Norman Borlaug, whose birth centenary falls this year

Hussain Yasa

Hussain Yasa: Is the Afghan electoral deadlock broken?
Hussain Yasa

The deal to audit votes cast in the third presidential polls marks a small but uncertain step towards a durable political transition