An academically brilliant individual can be poor at administration.
The recent civil service reforms are more of the same.
There is a need to revisit the contracts for government projects.
Reneging on agreements comes at a heavy cost.
How is one to prove their innocence under such circumstances?
Private schools have been allowed to monopolise everything.
Horses for courses takes on a whole new meaning.
The CDA could earn billions by initiating the process of regularisation.
Why is the former AC being reprimanded for a successful raid?
District administration officials are the first line of response.
That officers of repute are so vulnerable is a failure of the system.
No one tells civil servants how to cope with the pressures of their jobs.
Creative thinking can revive real estate.
Are we recruiting the right people for the job?
The desire to not let go is strong in retired bureaucrats.
The script is the same: a promising start followed by collapse.
The tragedy is that politicking takes precedence over policymaking.
Our scientists haven’t tried to create a sustainable financial model.
As they say, promises are the sweetest lies.
The real problem lies in the very composition of the taskforce.