Geeta

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Not a bunch of mercenaries
out to make a quick buck

Not a bunch of mercenaries out to make a quick buck

The bounty on a young IPL cricketer's head should just be a number

That extra player in the Hindu calendar

That extra player in the Hindu calendar

Triskaidekaphobia or not, there's no getting away from 'Adhik maas', which keeps the lunar and solar calendars aligned

Credit demand is the problem,  not credit supply

Credit demand is the problem, not credit supply

If there are few economic actors in the system interested in availing credit and employing it in productive activities, no amount of addi...Read More

Social distancing also means sufficient nearness

Social distancing also means sufficient nearness

Mahatma Gandhi employed the principle of ‘distance’ to optimise the efficacy of his concepts. Distance is a matter of attitude. Indefinit...Read More

The convolutions of the Covid pandemic

The convolutions of the Covid pandemic

October 10 is World Mental Health Day. It is paradoxical that during this pandemic, all that we believed in, all that we would live for a...Read More

Gandhi, the great communicator

Gandhi, the great communicator

He deftly deployed symbols and symbolic actions, one of the oldest forms of persuasive, non-verbal discourse for the desired impact

Time to step back in time and
reclaim our '15-minute cities'

Time to step back in time and reclaim our '15-minute cities'

Given the inter-relationship between green and grey infrastructure, the concept could play a major role in improving lives and urban envi...Read More

Aarey carshed relocation plan must   
be rooted in ground realities

Aarey carshed relocation plan must be rooted in ground realities

Looking for alternative sites would have been prudent had the forest still existed on the land at Aarey. But that is not the case. Swingi...Read More

GDP: India vs. the globe

GDP: India vs. the globe

We at least had a bright spot, with the agriculture sector growing by a healthy 3.4 per cent in the June quarter

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