By all accounts, the recent revelation by an associate from Cambridge analyatica set the cat among the pigeons on the scope of using the data to influence the decision of voters in the USA and the extent of impact it had on the Brexit decision in the UK. Yes, in the coming years of the … Continue reading Is data the new oil?
In the last several days' Indian news channels are having a feast by reporting on Nirav Modi’s case, experts from different walks of life and politicians from the ruling dispensation & opposition parties busy blaming each other for the organized loot. Perhaps it is one of the biggest loot ever recorded from taxpayers money by … Continue reading Nirav modi only a tip of the iceberg
Over last many decades' world has moved to a trajectory of faster economic growth, but so-called higher economic growth cannot solve the persisting problem of inequality among the marginalized, poor, scheduled caste and scheduled tribes in the rural parts of the second largest populated country in the world. We have witnessed the case of third … Continue reading The Unequal Growth
Our future according to Yuval Noah Harari, a lecturer at the Hebrew University in Jerusalem, in his new book "Homo Deus" says " more of us will be pushed out of employment by intelligent robots and on to the economic scrap heap". Yes, we are on the cusp of imminent change with the advent of … Continue reading Fourth Industrial revolution, Advantages &Perils
I think most of us know what is Bail-Out during post-2008 economic this term bail-out was used more often in discussions and news which clearly was intended to recapitalise the banks and financial institutions to carry out its business of lending and advances as usual. But we as Indians should need to get familiar with … Continue reading FRDI Bill Suggests “Bail-In” no “Bail-Out”
Although there have been many discussions happening around the globe on the future of cryptocurrency and opinions are in different hue and nature , many of them say that it is going to be the future how the world is going to transact or some other says cryptocurrencies are just a bubble which is not … Continue reading Cryptocurrency
We as the citizens of this country has been aspiring for development, Everybody wants to see our country's progress because right for a decent living with minimum amenities in place to satisfy our needs is democratic rights of each and every citizen of this country. We vote candidates from different political parties based on plank … Continue reading Development and its false notions.
History could have been much kinder to the Rohingya as a minority community. The hardship and despair the most prosecuted community in the world has been going through are beyond one's imagination. I found it more surprised that their fellow majority Buddhist community is considered as the most peace loving religion in the world. … Continue reading The State of statelessness
The likes of Dabolkar, Pansare, Kalburgi & now Gauri are the few lonely voices in our societal landscape, who had sounded different from the popular narrative, they all had sternly & firmly stood for the causes of very people, who have been pushed to the margins in the name of caste, religion and superstitious beliefs. … Continue reading Silencing the Alternative voices
Although leader & leadership is widely discussed and deliberated topic with various divergent opinions about how his or her leadership should be. Or the certain style of leadership traits are only more relevant to particular time periods in the history, or just because a particular type of leadership has granted success. so should that be … Continue reading Leaders&Leadership
When RBI published its annual report on August 2017, the writing on the wall met its true fate. The historic move by the Modi government to demonetize high-value currency notes was termed by many as a right move in the best interest of the nation, But it turned out to be historic blunder … Continue reading The Futile exercise called Demonetization.
As a precursor to this heading, let me tell you what propelled me to write this piece, The yesterday’s arson and attacks in Panchkula, Haryana throws us a grim reminder how law and order situations have been taken over by a large group of followers of Messanger of God (Baba ram Rahim). The self-styled godman's, … Continue reading Selfish Babas in India not Selfless.
The expectations on nominating MR Lal Krishna Advani as the 14th president of India were doing the rounds when BJP came to power in 2014 under the leadership of Mr. Narendra Modi. But on 19th June when BjP announced the Name of Mr. Ram Nath kovind as their presidential nominee has left many of … Continue reading Advani a Guru who got sidelined
Modi came to the national politics as one of prominent political personality who derives his strength from the earlier days as an RSS pracharak, Later became an undisputable leader for BJP in Gujarat, ruled the state as CM for three consecutive terms. His rise to prominence in national politics was even more successful and illustrious … Continue reading Three years of Modi govt
In the last 20 years globally the beauty market has grown by an average CAGR of 14.5% with annual growth rate range bound between 3% to 5.5%.Out of the total share, 72% has come from the mass segment and remaining 28% came from premium segment. Regions like north America, Latin America, and Asia … Continue reading Dark skin means failure?
Since 2014 Everything is going right in favor of Modi his rise to the top at 7 race course road in new Delhi is marked with shrewd political acumen and whipping the air with changes and ideas. Many detractors of Modi were hoping that 2017 assembly elections in UP would put a stop to Modi’s … Continue reading Is Modi invincible?
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