- An unequal burden
- The united states of Myanmar?
- Nurture over nature
- Minimum government?
- Death of patronage?
- Gandhi, The Economist
- World should think twice before abolishing cash
- Emerging frontiers for India-Russia ties
- So far, the GST Council has got it right
- Power play
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The Paris Climate Agreement recognises that all countries have responsibilities. However, the developed world needs to shoulder the major funding requirement
Various models of federalism are on the table at the Panglong conference
Study indicates that genetic factors are not a key determinant in explaining stunting in Indian children
The NDA is yet to deliver on the promise of market reforms it made in 2014
Voters are no longer swayed by freebies and symbolism
His idea of trusteeship needs to be revisited in times of growing inequality
Most arguments in favour of demonetisation don’t stand up to scrutiny, and those that do should raise other concerns
To resuscitate this atrophying relationship, focus on sunrise sectors such as quantum computing, Artificial Intelligence and cybersecurity
The new rates are not inflationary. The Council should fix lower rates for textiles and stiff rates for gold when it meets next
SHAKTI is a welcome reform move but the Centre should closely watch over the health of existing coal-based power producers