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Manjhi v/s Mukherjea: Guess Who Wins The Race For The Eyeballs?
Ashish Kaul warns that the media should be more prudent as they know the kind of impact they have on young impressionable minds    
Dragon Flu | For A Global Power, It Is Necessary To Speak
Rahul Sharma says if China has to avoid conflict – both internal and external – it has to learn to communicate its stance clearly, logically and quickly
 Nothing Surprising About Collapse Of India-Pakistan NSA-level Talks
Pakistan will be deterred not by any evidence we produce but by the costs that we could impose on it in return, writes Kanwal Sibal  
Our upbringing did not prepare us for this digital carnival of chaos that we inhabit today, writes Charnita Arora  
Continuity in the bureaucracy is not one of the virtues of Modi's administration, writes Sandeep Bamzai  
What If Modi Makes States Compete For Capital, Factories & Jobs?
Sutanu Guru argues how Modi is using federalism to try and transform the language of governance and policy making  
Smart Cities To Catalyse Urban Renewal But Citizens Missing In The Plan
The challenge of execution in these smart areas is dependent on the human expertise in SPVs, says K Yatish Rajawat
Women will have to step forward and claim their say in the affairs of society, Temsutula Imsong writes  
Disequilibrium | India Needs New Construct To Step Ahead
Indian government should go back to asset sales, tell the world it means business, says Sandeep Bamzai
Dragon Flu | Is It Just A Sneeze Or…?
There was a time when the world caught the flu if the US economy sneezed.
11 crore of housing units that is needed in India, writes Geetambar Anand
1.7-2 hectares of land that would be made available in the next seven years, writes Motilal Oswal
4-5, the no. of years it can take to implement smart cities, writes M.K. Singh
Reform NSDC For Skill India To Succeed
K Yatish Rajawat says the focus of  the National Skill Development Corporation should be on rural population, a much wider range of skills and it should be measured on employ
It is a saying that the easiest way to become a millionaire is to first be a Billionaire and then invest in Airlines.  The airline industry in India has been no exception.
The rapid advance of industrial technologies has transformed our lives.
It is time now for professionals and citizens to work together to bring about a better long term vision, to avoid repeating the same mistakes again, writes Ranjit Sabikhi
Disequilibrium | OROP - A Ticking Time Bomb
The BJP policy mavens have to be alert to the clear and present dangers that an economic downturn across the world triggered by China could lead to, writes Sandeep Bamzai
Fine Print | Reimagining India’s Legal System
We need to re-imagine our criminal law to address the wounds of the victims of crimes, not the outrage of the bystander, says Ranjeev C Dubey
Capabilities once seen only on unaffordable devices are making their way to budget phones, Mala Bhargava writes  
The big story that burnt the pages in every newspaper and the studios of every major TV channel last week was the debate on the banning of porn.
Any tea is best consumed when it’s not brewed for long, writes Rachna Chhachhi  
Disequilibrium | India's Agrarian Crisis
The crop estimates show  that barring sugarcane everything else recorded a decline in production in 2014-15 as compared to 2013-14.
Laying Bare| Why NTPC, Not Indian Railways, Should Buy Distressed Power Assets
The idea of Indian Railways acquiring distressed power plants would sound stupid to anybody who understands the power business, says Neeraj Thakur
Rural Economy: Will The Tortoise Win The Race?
A lot is being said about the slowdown of economy in Rural India.
Chasing The Rainbow
North Block’s strategy to rehaul the affairs at state-run banks is commendable, but execution will be the key, says Raghu Mohan  
Start-ups - and the new age companies that have germinated from these - are faring much better on the gender equality front than the more traditional industries, writes, T.N.

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