As dark clouds gather over Europe and growth in the BRIC’s slow, the world once again looks to the old steady engine of growth – the US. But there are serious challenges ahead
The globe may be safe from euro debt crisis – if countries don’t join the downward spiral
The headline-grabbing drama over Greece’s debt has obscured more fundamental challenges to the global economy: slow growth, high government debt levels in the eurozone and difficulties agreeing on an adequate response
From Washington to Brussels to Tokyo, leaders have been squabbling and fumbling, seemingly oblivious of the global threat. The downgrading of US debt, and the response of the European Union and Japan all point to a dangerous bankruptcy in leadership.
Never before in history have so few people held the fate of the global economy in their hands. Not the giants of Wall Street, but three small private companies— the top credit-rating agencies— have emerged as the arbiters of the world’s economic fate
The challenges facing the next president are deep and entrenched, not the type that fast cash infusions can fix. Global stability requires the next US president to confront a host of problems and restore confidence quickly
It has dodged this bullet, how about the next one? By attempting to offset the impact of creating hundreds of billions of dollars of toxic debt, the US has opened a Pandora's box, and can expect many troubles to emerge before finding hope at the bott
There are real financial dangers ahead that might be hard to avoid, and if oil prices headed up to $200 a barrel soon, it would be impossible to avoid a world recession or worse.
The losers in globalization must be helped
India's Pusarla V. Sindhu celebrates after scoring a point against Japan's Akane Yamaguchi during their women's singles badminton semifinal match at the BWF World Tour Finals in Nusa Dua, Bali, Indonesia.AP Photo/Dita Alangkara
India's Pusarla V. Sindhu celebrates after defeating Japan's Akane Yamaguchi during their women's singles badminton semifinal match at the BWF World Tour Finals in Nusa Dua, Bali, Indonesia.AP Photo/Dita Alangkara
A healthcare worker collects swab sample of a woman for COVID-19 test in view of the threat of the new variant (Omicron) of the virus, at a railway station in Patna.PTI Photo
Beach side temporary shops covered by polythene sheets in the wake of Cyclone Jawad, in Puri.PTI Photo
Prime Minister Narendra Modi with Uttarakhand CM Pushkar Singh Dhami and others during BJP election campaign rally, ahead of state Assembly polls in 2022, in Dehradun.PTI Photo
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Family from UP village forced to run around to complete post-death official paperwork and even last rites.
While everyone is going gaga over actress Katrina Kaif in the revamped version of 'Tip Tip Barsa Pani', the replacement of Raveena Tandon does point towards the problem of sexism and ageism in the Indian film industry
Australia winning the T20 World Cup for the first time has been timely as they host the next edition at their own backyard in 2022.
As per the Observer Research Foundation, close to 250 million children in India were adversely affected due to school closures due to the early lockdowns imposed by the government in response to Covid-19.
India's cricket administrators showed more drive to boost BCCI's coffers rather than take care of players' welfare during pandemic times.