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  • Humanity of humans

    Humanity of humans

    Covid-19 will probably sound the death knell for globalisation. Globalisation, a historical process, accelerated at jetset speed during the last four decades making the world a 'global village'.

    May 9, 2020
  • No judge aims for popularity, only to resolve disputes: CJI

    No judge aims for popularity, only to resolve disputes: CJI

    Arbitration is a technique to resolve disputes outside the court, by referring them to a neutral party for a binding decision.

    February 8, 2020
  • ISPP organises lecture series on ‘Practitioner’s approach to Public Policy’

    ISPP organises lecture series on ‘Practitioner’s approach to Public Policy’

    ISPP is an initiative by the Foundation for Reinventing Governance and was started by some of India's leading businessmen, bureaucrats, and academicians.

    December 3, 2019
  • Plea to save Mother EARTH

    Plea to save Mother EARTH

    I am referring to the time earlier when Darjeeling was in its pristine state. During the time when Darjeeling was described as a lovely, beautiful forested land, when she was worthy of being called the 'Queen of Hills' … Darjeeling's corrugated hills were beautiful until they were touched by the corrupt minds of humans.

    November 18, 2019
  • Offering diverse opportunities

    Offering diverse opportunities

    With globalisation, hospitality management is gaining great significance among aspirants.

    August 3, 2019
  • GM crops: Think before you buy

    GM crops: Think before you buy

    Although genetically modified crops might be the answer to feeding a growing human population, our responsibility towards the planet cannot be ignored

    February 15, 2019
  • Broaden your perspectives

    Broaden your perspectives

    Management courses must inculcate in students the virtues and skills required to make an impact in the industry they are about to enter.

    September 18, 2018
  • Everything that glitters is not gold

    Everything that glitters is not gold

    For the immigration process, one needs to hire an expert consultant. But choosing the right service is not an easy task as many firms provide fabricated information.

    April 13, 2018
  • Globalisation going through revisionary phase: Prabhu

    Globalisation going through revisionary phase: Prabhu

    Globalisation is going through a phase where countries were “revisiting and re-evaluating” their role in it, Commerce and Industry Minister Suresh Prabhu said on Monday. According to Prabhu, who also holds the charge for the Ministry of Civil Aviation, the first phase of globalisation had faced opposition, while in the second phase, countries tried to …

    March 26, 2018
  • Open Education~I

    Open Education~I

    In the current knowledge-driven economy, the higher education system plays a major role in social development and national economic competitiveness. Advanced countries with higher and better levels of knowledge and skills respond more effectively and promptly to challenges and opportunities of globalisation. Education is not only an instrument of enhancing efficiency, but is also an …

    February 19, 2018
  • Mahatma & Management

    Mahatma & Management

    The name of Mahatma Gandhi evokes the image of a thinker, philosopher, leader, politician, saint, he donned the caps simultaneously. Apart from being the chief architect of the struggle for freedom, he envisioned a world that would evolve towards peace and harmony. Robert K Greenleaf, an eminent management guru, coined a term ‘servant leadership’ in …

    October 16, 2017
  • ‘Globalisation is here to stay, we proved sceptics wrong’

    ‘Globalisation is here to stay, we proved sceptics wrong’

    Globalisation is here to stay and those who were sceptical about the success of India’s “new policies” 25 years ago have been proven wrong, says former prime minister Manmohan Singh. It was a matter of pride that the broad thrust and direction of economic policies had remained unchanged in the last 25 years, added the …

    September 23, 2017
  • Looking for an invisible hand

    Looking for an invisible hand

    Joseph E Stiglitz, who was awarded the Nobel Prize in 2001, for his theories in economics, worked for the World Bank from 1997 to 2000 as senior vice-president and chief economist. Before he left, he wrote Globalisation and its Discontents and subsequently, Making Globalization Work. During 1993 to 1997, he was in the White House, …

    August 19, 2017
  • Robotics and closed borders: Is it end of globalisation?

    Robotics and closed borders: Is it end of globalisation?

    Until very recently, globalisation was the talk of the town and promised to be a melting pot of global cultures, economies and social ties. Two recent books by prominent western authors, on the other hand, appear to construct a narrative of the doom and suggest that 2017 may well be the year when globalisation breathes …

    July 3, 2017
  • IMF, World Bank leaders defend globalisation

    IMF, World Bank leaders defend globalisation

    World finance leaders have defended globalisation against an assault from President Donald Trump and European populists. They argued that blocking free trade would hobble economic growth instead of saving jobs from foreign competition. World Bank President Jim Yong Kim told journalists that freer trade and more openness were “critical for the future of the world.” …

    April 21, 2017
  • Sunil Mittal, UN Sec-Gen discuss anti-globalisation issues
  • Diaspora & development

    Diaspora & development

    Diasporas have emerged as an important component in the process of globalisation, which has created a global village connecting people of various regions, socio-economic, political and cultural backgrounds. Today, international relations denote inter-connectedness among populations of different countries. In recent years where governments are becoming increasingly people-centric, it is the people who represent one of …

    April 19, 2017