There is a crisis in higher education. Demand has vastly outstripped supply.
What is the responsibility of an individual who sees another person being harmed?
Why is there no effective movement for reform?
The real rub lies in the unfairness of the tax system. Hardly a million people file their tax returns.
Looking after the interest of the weakest in society must be a part of any basic social contract.
Wearing of helmets by motorcycle riders can reduce the incidence of head injuries by 90pc.
The quality of education in both public- and private-sector schools needs to be improved.
Not having institutions that you can trust can have a dampening effect on philanthropic giving.
We live in a society where space, even for conversations amongst friends, has shrunk drastically.
Not only do they defy the rules, they think it is the right thing to do as well.
We are not giving teachers enough incentives, responsibility or authority.
If doctors were more forthcoming, parents would be better informed about their child’s illness.
It has become a lot harder for pedestrians and bicycle riders to move around the city.
On issues that matter to the citizen, nothing seems to have changed at the police station.
Where is the regulatory structure that ensures product safety?
Strong data gathering and monitoring of results is a must for improving education policies.
The issue of social distance between students and teachers at government schools must be addressed.
Will the increase in the education budgets be able to address the inequities in our learning systems?
Half-hearted efforts in the form of more police at exam centres are not going to work.
‘We can judge the heart of a man by his treatment of animals.’ — Immanuel Kant