In rural India, majority of workers are getting absorbed in low wage and unproductive non-farm works as agriculture is no longer a viable livelihood option, writes Prem Kumar.
Indian cricket team has taken giant leaps under this duo and it can only go upwards from here, writes Harisundar Kumar.
Lack of mutual pluralistic reciprocity between Hindus and Muslims will further intensify the fault lines, writes Wg Cdr (Rtd) DK Sharma.
It is society that has to take the lead in establishing harmony among its people. It is all about perception and narrative, writes Col KL Viswanathan.
Social media companies and their algorithms paralyse our brains, making us heavily dependent on the carefully constructed environment built by them, writes Subramaniam Gopalakrishnan.
Subsidized power is not subsidizing either regular or industrial consumers, and low tariffs are not really protecting anyone, writes Manasa Pidatala.
Subscribers write back with their views on the most urgent issues of the day.
SubscriberWrites: ‘Great Resignation’ crisis seems to be taking over India as more people quit jobs post-Covid
The resignations appear to be a sequel to the supply chain crisis that we are facing. Disruption in labour, especially skilled labour, takes a long time to fix, writes Jyoti Lahiri.
SubscriberWrites: Lawmakers must invest in staying relevant and match pace with advancements in technology
With advancements in science, governments should invest in staying ahead of the curve, in order to be able to make laws to regulate the unimaginable, writes Annuradha Phogat.
India should mandate legally that giant corporations must employ regional workers or offer services in the regional language of the state to do business, writes Balaji Alagurajan.