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Brexit – Beyond Britain and the Whole of Europe

The democratic and independent-minded British decided to honour their own currency, own trade, and above all, their own border. In fact, 23 June 2016...

Calibration of Violence In India

Indian democracy is vibrant with media playing a great role in sensationalising issues that people sitting in front of idiot-box (TV) like. Everybody in...

Dilemma of Both Eating and Sleeping Well

They yell many a time -“You tell if you seekTo sleep well and remain sublime,Or to barge into hall and eat well...

2015: The Year of Tussle between Confusion and Aspirations

The year 2015 went like a period of tussle between confusion and aspirations. Be it in India, or in western countries, or...

Data Management in Enterprise: Technology Landscape

It’s the effectiveness and profitability in disparate and constrained business environments that make application of Information Technology (IT) a lucrative option for...

Incarnation of Ganesh in Corporate World

I was having chat over tea with my friend. We were in relaxed mood, and were trying to beat hot summer outside hiding in...

Startup Juggernaut – Bridging Gaps between Hype and Reality

Startup buzz generates much hype today – not only in India, but also around the world. Whether it is a colour-coated room...

One South Asia: Going Forward?

I met a few business and creative people from SAARC countries in New Delhi earlier this week. Everybody was anxious to exude the...

RegTech – Technology Drives Regulatory Business

An increasing regulatory information inflow, the pressure to cut costs in the process of compliance, and to achieve a greater level of...

The Asocial Networking by Dhiraj Kumar: Book Review

A significant change in our individual and social behaviors has taken place due to different social networking websites and the larger affinity...

Selected Articles

Annual Reviews

2017 – A Year of Regressive Continuity

The year sneaked in when the world was confronted with many difficult questions about citizenship and national orthodoxy in the face of rapid globalization,...