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  • S K Sarkar

    Leading the global tech revolution S K Sarkar

    A handful of Indian technology visionaries are leaders of the new industrial revolution that is taking place in the second decade of the twenty-first century

  • Vikram Johri

    Gangs of the OTT War Vikram Johri

    Nobody will mistake Mirzapur for real, unlike Kashyap's Dhanbad which was the centre of real mafia wars around coal mining

  • Shankar Shinde

    Brands, products and politicians Shankar Shinde

    Much like a shopper in a supermarket, voters look for the brand name they know and trust

  • Suhit Sen

    Mourinho era dispelled Suhit Sen

    The high point of the 2016-17 campaign was the blushes-saving Europa League win, which unlocked the gates to the 2017-18 UEFA Champions League

  • Satya Mohanty

    Why farm loan waivers are not a good idea Satya Mohanty

    Loan waivers barely address the problems of small and marginal farmers. They only help the larger farmers, and their correlation with reduction in agrarian distress appears insignificant

  • Jayant Sinha

    Making flying accessible to all Jayant Sinha

    UDAN, a flagship scheme of the government, has ensured that cities that had never expected to be part of India's aviation network are now connected by air services

  • Nupur Pavan Bang & S Subramanian

    Fix it before it breaks Nupur Pavan Bang & S Subramanian

    Where Murugappa and GMR score over Fortis and Raymond

  • Harsh V Pant

    Sovereignty has its revenge in Europe Harsh V Pant

    Populism is tearing apart the traditional understanding between Brussels and European states. The European dream is facing a crisis which the present leadership is unable to tackle

  • D P Srivastava

    The future of oil prices D P Srivastava

    Given continuing US-Iran tensions and the production cutbacks by Opec and non-Opec producers, oil prices are likely to remain high even in the event of a global slowdown

  • Atul Pandey & Hirak Mukhopadhyay

    Unicorn funding: Hype or sustainable model? Atul Pandey & Hirak Mukhopadhyay

    Another major bottleneck in case of exits is the lack of simplified IPO procedures

  • Vikram Johri

    The dark horse of Bollywood Vikram Johri

    Ayushmann Khurrana's rise from theatre actor to video jockey to Bollywood star is not the most uncommon template for Bollywood success, but it is his tenacity and choice of roles that are noteworthy

  • Narendra Modi

    We are eager to cooperate in new industrial revolution Narendra Modi

    BRICS countries have been contributing to global sustainability and development

  • Manmohan Singh

    A nation without well-functioning institutions is bound to fail Manmohan Singh

    India is a multi-cultural, multi-ethnic and multi-lingual country. However, there are certain forces which are taking advantage of such diversity and pose a threat to the unity of the country

  • Aditya Jahagirdar

    Rethinking foreign aid to India Aditya Jahagirdar

    Temporary migration programmes, an alternate form of foreign aid, have proven remarkably effective at poverty reduction, and cost the taxpayer of the donor country nothing

  • Geeta Khurana

    Decrypting dark data Geeta Khurana

    Organisations can leverage 'dark' - that is unused - data to gain competitive intelligence