Category: Public Affairs

Dawn of the Doctor & Engineer

Why is India failing to understand the vitality of Social and Pure Sciences? Why do people believe in these areas of study being unimportant? Is India stuck in this growing orbit of engineering and medical study dominance? The author puts across the fabricated suppositions that parents and students are weighed down by and most importantly that has discouraged scores of students from chasing their passion.

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madhuvanti srinivasan
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From Zero Problems With Neighbours To Zero Neighbours Without Problems

Before 2011, Turkey was at the zenith of its foreign policy. The foreign minister at that time was Ahmet Davutoglu, who is currently the Turkish Prime Minister after Recep Tayyip Erdogan became President.

Davutoglu was a professor in International Relations and he brought his expertise to the service of the Turkish government. The golden age of Turkish foreign policy began with his innovations. Continue Reading..


Ashwath Komath
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Ashwath Komath

The Flaw With Cash Transfers

One of the highlights of Prime Minister Modi’s policy is the implementation of the direct cash transfer scheme to replace the subsidy payments system.

At the outset this is not a bad idea because the subsidy system itself is distorted and has a lot of leakages. The subsidy bill is really high and the biggest people happens to be the targeting of these programmes. Continue Reading..


Ashwath Komath
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Ashwath Komath