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Note to policymakers: Access to technology by itself does not ensure learning.

 

We need to scale down the programme’s ambition. The defining characteristic of a string of initiatives announced by the government, including Digital India (DI), as noted in a Business Standard editorial, is overweening ambition. DI’s goals are noble.

 

The conference on Financing for Development of the United Nations held in Addis Ababa from July 13-16 received much less importance from global leaders than expected.

 

During the 1992 presidential campaign in the USA, candidate Bill Clinton's campaign adopted a very powerful short message to convey to the party faithfuls and voters that the poor performance of the US economy should be the centerpiece of any conversation to unseat the incumbent President George Bush.

 

There is a massive wave of entrepreneurial energy coursing through India’s arteries. The need is to connect this enthusiasm with excellence in basic and applied research in our higher educational institutions.

 

A culture of lawlessness, corruption and prejudice is being perpetuated.

 

In the wake of the denial of security clearance to the Sun TV group, a fresh look at the law is needed at a time when visuals are disseminated over the Internet.

 

India needs to rework balance between worker protection, investor confidence.

 

Let's continue to work together, so that children don't miss out on fulfilling their dreams

 

Women in tears after Bangalis vandalised and looted their homes in a village in Parbatipur. Photo: Star

 


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