When Tanaz Dizadji launched insydo, a Buzzfeed-style digital guide of Dubai in January this year, she had no idea her startup would become so successful so soon. Continue reading Seek and ye shall find…. success
Does Donald Trump’s election as United States President mean that globalisation is dead, or are reports of the process’ demise greatly exaggerated? If globalisation is only partly incapacitated, not terminally ill, should we worry? How much will slower trade growth, now in the offing, matter for the global economy? Continue reading Rising protectionism is taking a toll on global trade
Over the last 15 years, the international community has made great strides in improving child health. But, with millions of children under the age of five dying each year from preventable and treatable diseases like diarrhoea and pneumonia, the job is far from finished. Continue reading Three ways to keep your child safe from disease
Last weekend at the local Citibank branch (on Delhi’s outskirts) it took me six hours to get my mother’s cheque encashed. Ever since the Rs500 and Rs1,000 denomination currency was demonetised on November 9, queues at banks and ATMs have lengthening rather than shortening.