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Robert W Holleyman II has seen digital technologies change the world around us from very close up, but more to the point, he has helped influence the change. He is an adviser to President Barack Obama
India, last frontier for the West  (05 December 01:01 am) 
French President Nicolas Sarkozy arrived in India on December 4 with a briefcase packed with multi-billion dollar defence and business contracts and accompanied by a powerful delegation of CEOs and
Journos go where angels fear to tread  (28 November 07:18 am) 
Come on, guys, let’s cut the crap and say it like it is— we are up excreta creek! By ‘we’ i mean our tribe. Journos. Hacks. Commentators .
Who’s afraid of a JPC... and why  (28 November 07:13 am) 
It is a surprising controversy that surrounds the UPA government’s persistent efforts to stonewall the opposition’s demand for a joint parliamentary committee (JPC) to probe the corruption related
Who’s afraid of a JPC... and why  (28 November 07:13 am) 
It is a surprising controversy that surrounds the UPA government’s persistent efforts to stonewall the opposition’s demand for a joint parliamentary committee (JPC) to probe the corruption related
Why BRICS loves a royal wedding  (28 November 07:09 am) 
The impending wedding of a balding British prince illuminates an extraordinary truth: newly wealthy republics such as India want to spend their money on creating an association with the monarchy, the
Why BRICS loves a royal wedding  (28 November 07:09 am) 
The impending wedding of a balding British prince illuminates an extraordinary truth: newly wealthy republics such as India want to spend their money on creating an association with the monarchy, the
She is a school dropout and till last month, she was a homemaker and no more than that.
The Italian writer Dino Buzzati’s most famous novel \"Il Deserto dei Tartari\" or The Tartar Steppe is the story of garrison troops at a remote frontier post.
The Italian writer Dino Buzzati’s most famous novel \"Il Deserto dei Tartari\" or The Tartar Steppe is the story of garrison troops at a remote frontier post.
Old friends yes, but are we real buddies?  (07 November 05:05 am) 
Can the US and India be real friends? President Obama is visiting and the question is far from frivolous.
Obama should visit Tawang monastery  (31 October 05:55 am) 
Most international visits by presidents and prime ministers are business-as-usual affairs.
Bihar election is all about hope, period  (31 October 04:29 am) 
A travel through Bihar has always been something of a pilgrimage for me. It cleanses my mind and soul of the complacency and cynicism that we all pick up in Delhi. And of course, there is the charm of
Bihar election is all about hope, period  (31 October 04:29 am) 
A travel through Bihar has always been something of a pilgrimage for me. It cleanses my mind and soul of the complacency and cynicism that we all pick up in Delhi. And of course, there is the charm of
India Inc should look beyond BTech and MBA  (24 October 06:14 am) 
The Tata\'s\' generous $50 million donation to Harvard Business School has, quite naturally , attracted considerable attention in India.
It’s actually a boon to moneylenders . For two decades, microfinance institutions (MFIs) have spread fast in Andhra Pradesh, reaching millions of poor women and filling the space once dominated by
It’s actually a boon to moneylenders . For two decades, microfinance institutions (MFIs) have spread fast in Andhra Pradesh, reaching millions of poor women and filling the space once dominated by
How the BJP lost the central plot  (25 October 04:01 am) 
An intriguing feature of last Thursday’s dawn-to-midnight TV coverage of the outcome of three state assembly elections, was the disproportionate time spent on dissecting the losers.
Weak Opposition and a sad state of affairs  (25 October 04:01 am) 
Rahul Gandhi is the perfect post-ideological politician. Those who think he is preaching to the choir are missing the point: a significant chunk of the electorate is tired of grand creeds.
Diwali dhamaka, but where is the mithaas?  (18 October 02:51 am) 
Sorry. But this Diwali, my personal mithaas is under tremendous pressure, and i’m afraid, chocolates are just not hitting the sweet spot.
There is no doubt that the global economy has entered a new era. Recovery looks set to be on its way but following setbacks such as the collapse of Lehman Brothers, there is a sense that things will never be the same again.
A paean to Indias melody queen  (04 October 02:22 am) 
The 80th birthday of Lata Mangeshkar, surely the greatest popular singer of our lifetime and beyond, invites an irresistible question: which song is the best of her six-decade oeuvre?