Profile of Zia Haq
Union Minister for road transport and highways, shipping and water resources, Nitin Gadkari talks about renewable energy, electric cars and waterway mobility.
As technologies to tap the sun and store its energy become more efficient, we are already on our way to an incredibly energy-affluent world. And chances are we might arrive there before development driven by fossil fuels brings on a climate-change apocalypse.
The government looks set to change tack and spend more to boost growth
The fuss over Delhi Metro’s fare hike is a test case of how to run such fast-spreading networks
Weak private investment, automation and redundant skills are gnawing at white-collar jobs. A political hot potato is in the moulding.
Do private schools outdo government schools? No proof exists for that.
How private schools work around the bar on profiteering and rake in the moolah
Research favours the specialised MBA for family businesses
Most of the times, diseases are a result of interaction between the environment and our genes, says bio-scientist Dr Dwaipayan Bharadwaj.
Your genes will foretell your vulnerabilities and Indian labs have begun to see the future. Thus forewarned, new therapies are the closest ever to a cure.
India’s uproarious Parliament still delivers, says Union minister for finance and defence Arun Jaitley, in his keynote address at the Outlook SpeakOut Awards
It’s not whether there’s such a thing as privacy, but its limits are what Supreme Court is set to spell out
How essential is industrialisation for raising a state's income? Kerala and Bihar are two important case studies, says former finance secretary EAS Sarma...
West Bengal is the new Orissa, while UP, Bihar and MP remain poor, distorting the India growth story
Core inflation or prices excluding food, beverage and fuel has also moderated to 4% from 4.2%. All this points to a slowing economy.
Ahead of the GST launch, businesses scramble to get their tax math right. How will life change from July 1?
Farmer protests have been loudest in states with high agricultural growth. What explains the paradox?
How technology will aid crisis-ridden agriculture
After controlling stent prices, the Modi government is preparing to take on expensive branded drugs with generic medicine stores across India
A string of airports, road and river links are expected to come up in the Northeast by the end of 2017-18
Opposition to the Citizenship (Amendment) Bill becomes the first major hiccup for the BJP government in Assam
Two top economists with the government have suggested taxing farmers’ income. Five reasons why that shouldn't scare our politicians
In a country not comfortable with its own genes, fairness creams sell a lie to pander to a deep-seated self-loathing
Three men fired up by Naxalism in the 1970s are just detached watchers now
The PM’s appropriation of Gandhi is helping the BJP shape a new political persona