Editorial

March, 2009

Can polls bailout India?

Look at the problem. It looks gargantuan. The global economy has literally tanked, our own is holding on for the time, but no one knows for how long. Slowdown is smothering enterprise and hope. The future of Generation Next looks seriously blighted. The job market looks eerily tight and there is no promise of how the real turn around would happen in our country. When will the factories, business establishments open? When will people get their jobs back?

February, 2009 Edition

Look who's swimming naked!

Few years ago, former Prime Minister H D Deve gowda gave full expression to his earlier training as a civil contractor. He questioned the demand from the information technology giant, Infosys, for substantial land around Bangalore. Deve gowda, who represents the 'detestable' stereotype of politicians that were trashed by candle carrying chattering classes in the wakes of Mumbai attacks, wanted to know from the Infosys boss, N R Narayanmurthy, why his company needed the gargantuan land.

Jaunuary,2009 Edition

Dark Age of a Nuclear Winter?

When Terrorists took the amphibian route to land near the Gateway of India at Mumbai and uneviled their savagely diabolical designs on november 26,2008, it became clear that their attack was no ordinary terror operation. December, 2008 Edition During the space of 20 years, both bureaucratic socialism, as practiced by erstwhile Soviet Union, and unregulated capitalism of the western countries, have ended up in an unedifying heap. Recent rescue efforts to save capitalism by using neo-liberal tool kits seem unlikely to save a system bloodied and racked by the unbridled greed of the rich few.

December, 2008 Edition

Long Depression and the Third way

During the space of 20 years, both bureaucratic socialism, as practiced by erstwhile Soviet Union, and unregulated capitalism of the western countries, have ended up in an unedifying heap. Recent rescue efforts to save capitalism by using neo-liberal tool kits seem unlikely to save a system bloodied and racked by the unbridled greed of the rich few.

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