What Jobs Will Trend in the Future? Industry Experts Share Insights

JAMES JOSEPH, FORMER director at Microsoft India, left the fast-changing world of IT in his prime some years ago after winning a global in-house award of the world’s largest software maker by revenue, to become a food entrepreneur. “One has to re-train and adapt constantly to gain from the rapid growth of the industry,” notes … Continue reading What Jobs Will Trend in the Future? Industry Experts Share Insights

Proxy War: An RSS-backed Trade Union Battles NITI Aayog, Headed by PM Modi

FOR A TRADE unionist, Virjesh Upadhyay is rather calm and collected, even under work stress. But when he talks about the National Institution for Transforming India (NITI Aayog) and its myriad recommendations to the Government of India in various sectors, especially for easing labour laws and for disinvesting sick public-sector units, the general secretary of … Continue reading Proxy War: An RSS-backed Trade Union Battles NITI Aayog, Headed by PM Modi

Modi better for business: US scholar Echeverri-Gent

Money may not always buy election victories, but then not having enough is much worse for politicians — a study by a US-based India scholar reveals that the richest of our lawmakers are roughly 75 times more likely to get re-elected compared with the poorest among them. A paper authored by University of Virginia professor … Continue reading Modi better for business: US scholar Echeverri-Gent