A reality check reveals that the Vishwaguru is out of touch with the world.
In so many ways, the state of affairs is similar to what existed in 2007 and later.
The benefits of rich retirees are padded with gold and silver.
With the loss of a language, the data in it is also lost.
Manual records must give way to digital information.
While challenges will be formidable in the year ahead, global leadership will be in short supply.
Donations from non-members seem to be a significant source of income for parties.
For many Israelis, Gaza is just the start.
China and Pakistan seem to be making efforts to revive CPEC.
How can a woman’s worth change?
Rulers and power elites consistently overlooked the significance of theological differences.
Elections, no matter how far from ideal, serve as a release valve for the have-nots in particular.
The proposed coal capacity has shrunk by 72pc.
Education systems either nurture or eradicate languages.
The kind of health emergencies the world is facing requires working together.
In the midst of debates on state intervention versus free market policies, The Economist has published a special report ‘The Homeland Economics’.
Cost of four robotic surgery systems equals a year of basic healthcare for 1.15m people in rural Sindh.
Last year’s devastating floods, have created a huge challenge for electoral authorities.
The engagement of ‘book mentors’ is required.
A fresh approach to policymaking is necessary.