First Indian member of the British Parliament, first Indian professor at Elphinstone College, mathematician, natural philosopher, economist, and co-Founder of the Indian National Congress. “Central Finsbury should be ashamed… Continue reading "The grand old liberal"
While liberal democracy may be the least imperfect system yet known to man, it is not very clear whether mankind will pursue this desirable destination without long and costly detours.… Continue reading "No end to history?"
To improve India’s international standing in the scientific community and to contribute applied research for India’s development, it is better to focus on the ‘how’ than the ‘where’. More than… Continue reading "IITs and beyond"
As per capita consumption of milk increases, it will require the creation of new institutional structures and priorities to protect against runaway inflation. Inflation in the price of milk in… Continue reading "Reforming the dairy industry"
Deciphering the winning formula for India’s elections. Election fever has begun in earnest in India. Last Sunday, live results from four states – Rajasthan, Delhi, Madhya Pradesh and Chhattisgarh –… Continue reading "The winning formula"
The Union government, has squandered the opportunity to develop a proper transition plan in Andhra Pradesh and has instead chosen to make an ill timed political decision. The Congress led… Continue reading "State of chaos"
Can the Congress and the BJP get together in a grand coalition and form a national government to reset India on the path to prosperity? Imagine this. The Bharatiya Janata… Continue reading "Sleeping with the enemy"