In a shocking revelation, an investigation by the Economic Times concludes that microfinance companies systematically used the poor as front for cheated raising funds and then cheated them out what should rightfully belong to the poor. That these poor people, all 45,000 of them, happened to be illiterate women makes the crime even worse.
The farce of Indian budgets is enacted with monotonous regularity. Only the media have stories, and Indian budgets are as good as Aesop's fables, entertaining, but without lessons, to tell, fill their time slots and columns.
The Center has some system where they come up with an economic survey prior to the budget. No government, at the Center or in the states, ever looks at the performance in ter ...
New Tough Voter ID Laws in USA
A news story in New York Times talks of controversial voter ID laws that litigants claim are loaded against black voters who may vote Obama.
It says that most states that have passed
Man & Technology – powerless against Nature: A Humbling and sad reminder Tsunami hits Japan. Pacific Rim in imminent danger. A Tsunami of strength 8.4 on the Richter scale hit Japan’s Pacific coast wrecking
Is there hope in the fight against corruption?: Watch this video and learn that there certainly is cause for hope and success
Corruption is eating into the vitals of the Nation. Let us fight with all the might
The Adarsh Flats Scandal
Shameful as it is, this scandal is not unusual. It is the norm in our country. While some of us, out of patriotism, would like imagine that we are a super power, we should also take into into
Times Now TV Channel broke the news about Montek's email correspondence with Mike Froman, US Deputy NSA. Montek was seeking Froman's help since, India was approaching the single borrower limit set by IBRD. Montek