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The Financial Express

Democracy needs a strong opposition

She is not the type who, either by force of habit or through the subterranean working of innate nature, indulges, even if occasionally, in sensational and dramatic pronouncements, ruffling the feathers of others, including peers. But when Nancy Pelosi, the...

Public transports remain ignored while cities becoming more stressful

The number of private vehicles on the roads is increasing...

Global inflation crisis: the risk of recession looms large

Inflation has come back faster, spiked more markedly and appears...

Looking for a 'zero-budget'

Finance chiefs find few better options than zero-based options when...

How your boss tricks you into overwork

If you've found yourself constantly working beyond working hours or...

Low revenue-GDP ratio hurting economy

In a recent article at an English Daily, renowned economist...

Choice for austerity or growth 

People can cut the costs of living only by reducing...

How concerning is monkeypox? 

The World Health Organisation (WHO) says 100 confirmed or suspected...

Is the proposed Universal Pension Scheme viable?

The role of an inclusive pension system in any society...

Abolition of trimesters by UGC: Good or bad decision?

As per UGC, the trimesters in private universities are to be replaced with a six-month semester, creating havoc among the students. UGC thought of bringing this change in order to elongate the semester breaks to get more time for research work, seminars, ECA and relaxation. Coping up with a vast...

Amazon Go: cashierless experience

Amazon's cashierless stores are revolutionising...

The death of Shireen: shooting the messenger

Shireen Abu Akleh, the late...

Ukrainian imbroglio: A blot on modern times

The quandary in which Ukraine,...