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Indian Academia and its Colonized Self
25 October 2017
Colonialism convinced the elite in many non-western societies, including our own, that the west is not one of the many provinces of tradition, history and knowledge, but the metropolis. ...
To make cities smart, build physical infrastructure first
Deccan Herald /
23 October 2017
Cities never become livable overnight. Emerging from the crossroads or small trading points, they go through generations of assimilated planning to cater to contemporary social, religious and other...
A long haul
Business Today In /
22 October 2017
When the Financial Times came out with its Global MBA Ranking in 2017, it was a mixed bag for Indian B-schools. Not a single Indian institution was among the top 25 although INSEAD (France and...
Dr. Rajesh Chakrabarti on imparting knowledge to young management students interested in Finance.
11 October 2017
Dr. Rajesh Chakrabarti, Professor and Executive Vice Dean, JGBS has been shaping careers of managers for many years. A highly respected name in Finance, he has taught at University of Alberta, Canada...
The real gau raksha
Deccan Herald /
21 September 2017
In the wake of the Supreme Court upholding the stay imposed on the newly notified livestock market rules by the Madras High Court, it may be relevant to critically understand the various dimensions...
Game theory and Premchand’s ‘Idgah’
Qrius (formerly The Indian Economist) /
10 September 2017
Siddhartha Bhasker Game theory as a field of study gained prominence after the publication of the seminal book Theory of Games and Economic Behaviour by Von Neumann and Morgenstern in...
At service of Goddess Dulness: Victimhood Industry, ‘Cultural Marxism’ & Marginal Left
07 September 2017
Indian Left’s embrace of the ‘cultural Marxists’ and, through them, of the Islamists, is a desperate outcome of its marginality and irrelevance. The Indian leftists too, along with all the ‘victims...
Improving India's Higher Education Landscape
South Asian Voices /
01 September 2017
Over the last decade, the Indian higher education landscape has seen rapid privatization across states, owing to the rise of “edupreneurs” who are engaged in providing education through private...
A museum for all prime ministers? Political tug-of-war over NMML
25 August 2017
A tug of war is playing out between those who want to preserve the Nehru Memorial Museum and Library and those who want it to honour other Indian prime ministers as well. New Delhi: Amid vast...
Jindal Global Business School launches B. Com. (Hons.) program with a stimulating panel discussion with industry experts
08 August 2017
Jindal Global Business School (JGBS) launched the highly anticipated B.Com. (Hons.) program on 31st August, 2017 in the presence of leading names from industry and academia. To inspire and...
Islam and ‘Syncretism’ in Indian History
21 July 2017
Mughal Empire, the pre-colonial Muslim ruled imperial system per excellence, was not ‘syncretic’, if by that we mean that it allowed an unrestricted and consistently legitimate space to the non-...
Why are the domestic ‘liberals’ so pessimistic about India? Here are some reasons
02 June 2017
Ms. Arudhati Roy’s second novel, The Ministry of Utmost Happiness, is out. She has produced it after a nearly two decade long break from creative writing. I haven’t read the book yet but am...
What ails JNU? Well, some of its students inhabit the island of Calypso
11 February 2017
Many of us are familiar with Homer’s epic Odyssey, the sequel to the blind bard’s martial yarn Iliad. Odyssey is the story of how Odysseus, one of the many heroes who fought in the ten-year long...
Of ‘South Asia’ and the colonized speech of the Brown Folks
01 January 2017
We Indians are ancient people and take justifiable pride in many accomplishments of our civilization over the roughly fifty centuries for which it has endured. We, in other words, have a...
New world order
The Hindu Business Line /
16 November 2016
Brexit! CETA in trouble! And now Trump! These headlines have become reference points to argue that globalisation is not just at a standstill but is in reverse. Donald Trump is known to have stated...
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