The national carrier is ready for privatisation. Will it lead to a fundamental change in its corporate culture?
Measuring the quality of legislative debates
India all set to ramp up its engagement with ASEAN countries
As Tamil Nadu battles political uncertainty just when the neighbouring states are aggressively wooing investors, industry shifts base
Nainital is no longer far from the madding crowds. The tourist rush is hurting not only the serenity of the town but also its ecological health
Interview with Prakash Ambedkar, leader, Bharipa Bahujan Mahasangh and grandson of BR Ambedkar
The formula is no secret: focus on four parameters – effective governance, rule of law, accountability and finally, economic growth
The UN adopts first-ever treaty to ban nuclear weapons. Disarmament advocates see hope although N-armed nations are unhappy
A veteran bureaucrat explains how to complete government projects without time and cost overruns
Hand to heart, we all secretly know that our cities don’t make sense to us anymore. It’s become so complex that we feel as if we are subatomic particles with the seeming possibility to be anything, anywhere, anytime. The question then is: why are we still using 19th century mental models to make sense of our lives?
TRAI chief RS Sharma, who was the director general of UIDAI at its inception, sits down with Governance Now journalists to talk about how the ambitious project was conceived. He also dispels the misconceptions surrounding it
That’s what India Post Payments Bank promises. It can be a game-changer in providing banking services to rural masses. Its rollout, however, is delayed
“In India, there is no clear distinction between the professionals and the amateurs in classical dance. It is therefore a completely disorganised sector”