India’s new software products policy marks a watershed moment in its economic history. Can the nation make it count?
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How should you think of Aadhaar? What are the issues at stake?
New, bold and unconventional approaches are needed to resuscitate the research culture
Aadhaar was designed as an enabler, a utility. That is its strength, and its weakness
How do you eat an elephant? One piece at a time. Sounds like plain common sense. If forgotten, failure is inevitable
EkStep Foundation is the technical partner of a new global philanthropic initiative Co-Impact. What exactly is it bringing to the table?
Job destruction, fake news, polarisation. Rapid advances in technology are blamed for these. Is that claim justified? Are other factors at play? Who will regulate technology?
Daniel Kahneman, grandfather of behavioural economics, talks about how the field came to be and the impact it has had
The Infosys founder has always claimed the high moral ground on good governance. But by taking on the current board in a high-pitched boardroom battle, he may have violated his own tenets and weakened the institution