Why Afghanistan will not be the last
Years from now and possibly even decades later, the world will still be writing a post-mortem of America’s failed enterprise in Afghanistan. Military strategists, intelligence analysts, political pundits, diplomats and development gurus will still be grappling with questions like
Nepal witnessed premature deindustrialisation in early 2000 and became a service-driven economy thereby skipping industrialisation requirements needed to enhance production and employment generation that are key for stable growth in the long run. Remittances have played a role to lubricate all sectors of the economy,
Windows 11 is almost here, and given that you are already a Windows 10 user the upgrade is free.
After a slew of leaks and renders, Microsoft finally decided to officially announce their latest and greatest PC-grade operating system in mid-July via a virtual event. Sadly,
The life expectancy gap between the rich and poor continues to increase in the US — even as the government now spends a trillion dollars a year on poverty alleviation.
The top quarter of American income earners can expect to live a decade longer than the bottom
The first person who will live to be 150 years old has already been born.
The screen that we peer into will soon be within us.
We could soon be taking happiness pills before breakfast.
The perfect partner might need to be charged before bed.
This is a new
Two competing worldviews vied for public attention this July. While China celebrated the 100th anniversary of the founding of the Chinese Communist Party (CCP), the United States observed 245 years of independence from the British monarchy.
Both occasions were carefully choreographed. Yet, both narratives masked some
The informal sector offers real-life lessons free
The informal business sector rules our streets, pavements, village bazaars and the remotest of locations. Operating out of tiny shops, tarpaulin-covered structures, bamboo kiosks, wheel carts and even bicycles, these small businesses cater to the bulk of our day-to-day