The urban millennials are negotiating with the commodified experience of everyday life.
In the India of now, you are Left if you are nor Right, but are you really Left? Take this quiz and check for yourself.
Pope Francis urged the downtrodden to change the world economic order, denouncing a "new colonialism" by agencies that impose austerity programs and calling for the poor to have the "sacred rights" of labor, lodging and land.
If Modi makes it to the top job after 16 May, he would do well to outline the contours of the state's role in the life of India, it's economy, and public life
Kejriwal during his 49-day tenure as the Delhi Chief Minister ordered CAG audit of power discoms and initiated action against Mukesh Ambani, Reliance Industries and Oil Minister Veerappa Moily alleging complicity in fixing gas prices.
But as Gopman's little screed reveals, that search for meaning has long been abandoned in the pursuit of the next hot start-up -- swanky offices and hipster digs included.
Indian capital spends its energies in extracting its rent from governmental misregulations<br /><br /> <br /><br /> <br /><br />
Our national discourse on economics, which has always been weighted in favour of the far left, needs a corrective balancing force. Modi's address at the ThinkIndia forum on Monday was the first step in that journey.
Reviving capitalism is the key to reviving world growth. The old Keynesian mumbo-jumbo of endless government spending in about to collapse
We found one of the conversations around a piece we published today interesting and have republished it as “Reader Debates”
Mamata Banerjee is right to reduce the space given to Marxism in school texts. Marx's contributions are not as important as they once seemed.
This is the tragedy of Arundhati Roy: the very legitimate issues she raises are swept aside by the knee-jerk loathing she provokes. A great part of the blame rests on her shoulders, but that doesn't let the rest of us off the hook.
Just 100 oligarchs in India hold assets equivalent to a quarter of the country's GDP. China too faces enormous risks. Although the West faces challenges, its decline is not a linear, irreversible process.
Some of us derived vicarious pleasure when the US and European economies went into a skid. But no one is really immune. Today's world is a riot of slipping economic models.
India can neither be a capitalist economy as we know it nor can it tread socialism or communism, Arun Maira member of India's planning commission, said Sunday in an interview.
India's growth is bound to be affected by the turbulent global economy and it is only the nature of capitalism to benefit some more than others, S. Gopalakrishnan, executive co-chairman of technology giant Infosys Technologies said on Sunday.