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Crimes against women: Increasing the number of policewomen won’t help
Mon, Jul 28 2014. 04 26 PM

Crimes against women: Increasing the number of policewomen won’t help

A higher proportion of policewomen in a state has no bearing on the incidence of crimes against women
Student dissent and the future of economics
Fri, Jul 25 2014. 11 36 AM

Student dissent and the future of economics

Six years after the great financial crash shook the world, ripples of dissent seem to be spreading across the world of academic economics
Become a .ninja or a .guru in the new internet
Fri, Jul 25 2014. 11 31 AM

Become a .ninja or a .guru in the new internet

More than 300 new domains were created in recent months by ICANN including .services, .vodka and .WTF
India stays silent on foreign investment
Fri, Jul 25 2014. 10 07 AM

India stays silent on foreign investment

It’s extremely unlikely, though, that India’s openness—on paper—to FDI in multibrand retail will be part of the pitch
Infrastructure funding: Fresh lease but old issues brushed under the carpet
Thu, Jul 24 2014. 04 41 PM

Infrastructure funding: Fresh lease but old issues brushed under the carpet

The renewed focus upon banks for funding infrastructure can be considered a tacit admission that other plans failed
RBS takes home top prize on national bad ideas day
Thu, Jul 24 2014. 02 42 PM

RBS takes home top prize on national bad ideas day

Royal Bank of Scotland has been less than honest with the UK government which has 80% stake in the institution
Why I flew to Israel despite the FAA’s ban
Thu, Jul 24 2014. 09 38 AM

Why I flew to Israel despite the FAA’s ban

Hamas would like nothing more than to close down Ben-Gurion, isolating Israel from the international community
Save sovereign debt from vulture attacks
Wed, Jul 23 2014. 11 27 AM

Save sovereign debt from vulture attacks

To secure sovereign debt from such attacks in future, drafting of instruments must replace vague phrases such as pari passu with precise ones
Does the world still need the World Bank?
Tue, Jul 22 2014. 07 38 PM

Does the world still need the World Bank?

The bank which fights poverty by lending to developing countries for public-works projects, is bloated and bureaucratic
Why projections of a rosy urban future may not come true
Tue, Jul 22 2014. 12 36 PM

Why projections of a rosy urban future may not come true

India’s urbanization rate has historically been lower than the rest of Asia, and that may not change in the coming decades
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