Hail India’s war against poverty but don’t overlook the dangers ahead

Ashish Shukla

20th October 2019
Every coin has two sides but let’s first flip the one which is justifiably being feted across the globe: In mere 10 years, India has halved its poverty from 55 to...

Ravish Kumar, Magsaysay award and connecting the dots

Ashish Shukla

3rd August 2019
Ravish Kumar has won Magsaysay Awards as once did Anna Hazare, Arvind Kejriwal and Admiral Ramdas. The common thread is community service and any inference to Aam Aadmi...

World Bank predicts 7.5% GDP growth for India till 2021

Sanjay K. Sharma

5th June 2019
As the newly elected Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman prepares to present Union budget, the World Bank has posted a positive picture for Indian economy by declaring...

Pulwama Attack: Sadly, India can’t resort to “water war”

Ashish Shukla

17th February 2019
The dastardly Pulwama attack has again led to talks of India abrogating the Indus Water Treaty of 1960 and wage a “water war” against Pakistan to bring it to its knees,...

Farming now a “civilizational crisis” in India

Newsbred Staff

1st November 2018
With over 800 million people, rural India is arguably the most interesting and complex place on the planet. And yet it is also one of the most neglected in terms of both investment...

MSM Fake News Monitor: Indian Express on PM’s EAC

Ashish Shukla

12th October 2017
Till a few years ago, it was quite a fun to “spot the difference” between two almost identical images. The challenge was irresistible with the taunt that the two images...

Who are the Masters of Mankind?

16th June 2016
Adam Smith talked of “Masters of Mankind” in the 18th century. Do such tribes still rule the world or the power has shifted hands?

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