Universities nurture our youth and need to be free open spaces that encourage critical thinking. Intimidation and other kinds of pressure on the academic community does not augur well for our democracy
Knowing which methodology to adopt for which project is necessary for proper aggregate project planning. Here's how project managers can choose between trusted waterfall method and the trendy agility
India's central bank is following a Quantitative Easing programme of its own device called GSAP 1.0. Here are the nuances of the technique
Audio and ebooks have changed the dynamics of the book publishing value chain—with the possibility of doing more with less or the same real estate and working capital, and giving new writers a chance to brush shoulders with bestsellers. What does that mean for booksellers like Shanbhag, and for writers, and readers?
Indian industry needs to change its role in the current global value chains. Strong domestic sources, independence from the existing model, and policy support from the government can help industries become better players in GVCs
The mental health of the FLHCWs needs to be addressed as a priority and given equal weightage along with other strategies to manage and control the disease and the pandemic at large
The time has come that India incentivises local industries to make indigenous semiconductor chips. Here's how PLIs and SLIs will help establish a new industry and meet the ever-increasing demand.
The crisis response of the US shows that evidence-based leadership that respects data, scientists and experts, funds science and and coordinates its crisis response can dramatically turn around the fate of a country. India needs a course correction too
Communication, source tracking and course corrections—the three-step protocol to effectively handle a crisis
The first Covid-19 vaccine came in record time but it's easy to forget the decades of research into mRNA, which underpins the Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine