Tag: Editorial

Grooming future leaders
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Grooming future leaders

Kings of all hues as well as chieftains of comparatively smaller territories than kingdoms in times of both distant past and lot later, whose rule and tyranny respectively have been mentioned by chroniclers, either briefly or in eloquent details, have been Virtual leaders of society in their times, understandably by virtue of their authoritative perch…

Tracking talent
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Tracking talent

Universities in the marked set of countries outside India, particularly the countries of Europe and Americas, are in a virtual competition to admit students based on their credentials, both academic and extra-curricular. Equally so, companies abroad are in a race for getting hold of talented human resources for obvious reasons in the hope that the…

Music at crossroads
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Music at crossroads

The classic tag to music, literary works, attire and so on originating in different regions of the country represents the refined tastes of a bygone generation. Classical music used to be music to their ears, classics among the literary works used to be their immortal possessions showing the world its own shame (as Oscar Wilde…

Advisory on advertisements
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Advisory on advertisements

Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) of companies in India mandates the corporate sector to give something back to the society on the ideology that companies take resources in the form of raw materials, human resources and so on from the societal sources. The Ministry of Corporate Affairs has notified the provisions of the Companies Act 2014…

Lifestyle diseases and deaths
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Lifestyle diseases and deaths

Health buffs, whose presence in society nowadays is marked by only the talks they deliver before mostly their captive audiences on the steadily expanding health issues and also articles some among them take trouble to write for publication in the exclusive columns of their chosen popular dailies, including this one, as arbiters of wellness of…

Robots, AI and Engineering  graduates to fight it out
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Robots, AI and Engineering graduates to fight it out

Days of describing India as an agrarian economy are coming to an end at an unprecedented pace year on year. Given the steadily declining share of the land’s industry sector to its annually created wealth, one cannot be faulted to question the view that India is a growing industrialised region of the world. In the…

Make over of money power
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Make over of money power

An often heard slogan, bordering on tokenism, from the usual flock of public speakers of all hues, mostly on poll eve, is about inclusive society, meaning zero or near-zero gap between the current mass of economically weaker sections in the land and the rest who are comfortably placed in life, thanks to either enormous wealth…

Visualising Chanakya’s take on GST
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Visualising Chanakya’s take on GST

Readers of newspapers may have felt a sense of boredom or saturation or even confusion after reading whatever has appeared in print about two landmark moves taken by the incumbent government at the Centre namely (a) Demonetisation of currency having face value of Rs. 500 and Rs. 1,000, made public on Nov. 8, 2016 and…

Fatalities in Fast Forward mode
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Fatalities in Fast Forward mode

From the times of a distant past, when roads, meant mainly for walkers alongside those commuting in animal-drawn carts, were narrow and dwellings were roomy, we have reached a point of laying wide roads and huddling in not-so-roomy dwellings, now called apartments, flats and whatever, in multistoreyed buildings, particularly in urban spaces, a scenario in…

Unlawful law-makers
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Unlawful law-makers

As the nation launched itself on the new-found onerous task of ruling on democratic lines, the top brass in the fledging government at the Centre sought advice of a British expert in administration by name Appleby. Call it irony or whatever, the expert advice had to be sought from the British colonialists who, having ruled…

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