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Dec 12, 2016
100 million for 100 million: Nobel Laureates, leaders launch child rights campaignThe 100 million for 100 million campaign will call upon young people to learn about their rights & the lives of other children, who live in dire conditions.
Nov 07, 2016
From Kautilya to Tata-Mistry spat: Charting the development of corporate governance in IndiaThe Tata-Mistry melee is emblematic of core issue facing commercial India when attempting to implement good corporate governance norms.
Sep 19, 2016
Brics Summit in Goa: Ahead of 8th conference, the bloc must focus on institution-buildingWhen India hosts the 8th Brics Summit in Goa next month, it will need to be the 'B' along with the 'I" in Brics
Aug 12, 2016
Extending maternity leave to 26 weeks is good, but India Inc raises a few concernsWhen a woman employee is availing of maternity leave, her absence is bound to show up in the deliverables during appraisal time
Aug 09, 2016
In Finland, gender equality not a myth: Study finds most men willing to do choresWhile both male and female respondents in Finland thought most chores were suitable for both sexes, a few dirtier or heavier tasks remained more divisive.
Jul 27, 2016
Is India close to passing a law to identify true corporate ownershipWith developing countries losing over $1 trillion to illicit financial flows a year, and $7.6 trillion of the world’s assets being held in offshore secrecy jurisdictions, it becomes crucial to close legal loopholes that allow anonymous companies to exist
Jun 09, 2016
After US study, OECD warns of air pollution causing premature deaths in IndiaAir pollution could cause 6-9 million premature deaths by 2060, with India and China facing threat of maximum number of such mortalities, according to an OECD report.
May 15, 2016
The Aakar Patel column: Don't blame the Indian state for "black" economy, blame yourselfWe will continue to have a large 'black' economy, as long as other Indians don't pay tax. Our behaviour has to change if we are to make our country great.
May 09, 2016
Europe Day celebrations muted in Britain as Brexit prospect looms largeWith a Brexit referendum slated for 23 June, Monday may indeed be the last time that Britain will be a part of the European Union Flag Day celebrations.
Apr 13, 2016
Panama Papers: Tax officials from rich nations join hands on probeThe tax officials gathered behind closed doors in Paris just hours after the Panamanian police raided the headquarters of Mossack Fonseca