Executive Editor of Business India
Sarosh Bana is Executive Editor of Business India, published out of Mumbai, and writes on Policy, Politics, Strategy, Defence, Energy, and Foreign Affairs, also for specialised publications the world over.
Universal Basic Income may offer a glimmer of hope.
A strategic partnership indeed.
12/07/2017 12:39 PM IST
Startups and defence will be high on the agenda.
21/06/2017 8:50 AM IST
While leopards stray into the city, a nature reserve is encroached on by people.
18/04/2017 10:44 PM IST
India is taking on the goliaths in the $121 billion global space launch services market.
21/02/2017 2:51 PM IST
The H1B visa reform has come as a shock.
03/02/2017 10:37 AM IST
Putin’s hand in Trump’s election raises worrying questions.
18/01/2017 6:12 PM IST
The sordid saga of supersession throws up more questions than answers.
28/12/2016 5:10 PM IST
Note: All rupee equivalents in US dollars, where $1 = ₹67.3 It was a drastic move against drastic problems. The Indian government's
24/11/2016 6:02 PM IST
The US is keen on leveraging its strategic partnership with India -- a growing Asian economic, military and geo-political power -- in balancing the rise of China in the larger Indo-Pacific domain. The first American President to have visited India twice during his tenure, Barack Obama has been committed to forging deeper cooperation with India, which he calls a 21st-century centre of influence.
02/06/2016 8:24 AM IST
HAL, which celebrated 75 years of its existence on 23 December, is emphatically proving to the world that India's aerospace industry has come of age. The state-owned enterprise is now preparing itself to participate even more vigorously in the realisation of a stronger military and modern defence industry through the government's mantra of "Make in India".
04/01/2016 8:33 AM IST
There is growing public concern that all too often the country's affluent and influential walk free from incontrovertible crimes by marshalling top legal assistance, and by capitalising on conveniently weak and shoddy investigation, and on a judiciary that declares that it goes by evidence delivered by a prosecution that has failed to prove its case. Acquittals often result from technicalities, with circumstantial evidence being overlooked.
22/12/2015 8:21 AM IST
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