Columns

Reimagining and Reinventing MSMEs

The Government and Prime Minister has time and again re-emphasised their focus on ensuring adequate funding to the sections of the economy that can trigger

Summers, Past and Present

Most summers, I have gotten out of New York City, but not this year – the Summer of the Coronavirus. This dramatic change has caused

New York Reopens

The first case of the coronavirus in New York City was confirmed on March 1. The first death, on March 11. By March 13, one

Future hangs on how virus behaves in long run

When Vladimir Ilyich Lenin noted, “There are decades where nothing happens, and there are weeks when decades happen,” he was talking about the 1917 Russian

Coronavirus Comes to New York

The arrival of the Coronavirus in New York City has been devastating. How devastating? Here are the figures as of May 17: 190,408 positive cases

The Cobra Effect

When an attempted solution to a problem makes the problem worse The citizens of Wuhan were locked down for 79 days to prevent the spread

The cure shouldn’t be worse than the disease

COVID-2019 has turned life upside down. However, careful analysis of the world over the-last 100 years shows significant turmoil leading to a massive economic damage

On Shaking Hands

I always love to shake the hands of writers. When I do so I say, “It’s nice to shake the hand that writes” and love