Can a tech metaphor ripped from the Apollo 13 disaster help explain the Trump presidency?
Twenty years after the Asian financial crisis, it is important to understand the situation from a Malaysian perspective.
Digital intervention may be the key to the financial inclusion of self-help groups and the women who make them.
Google is furthering Virtual Reality through its Expeditions app. Originally made for educational institutions, the app is now available to the general public.
The Maharashtra University of Health Sciences has streamlined its syllabus in consonance with the new regulations for treatment of sexual assault victims. This will equip the medical graduates to with sexual assault cases.
European car manufacturers only have 3-percent market share in lithium-ion battery production.
An Airbnb host who in California openly stated that she reneged a guest because he was Asian, has been taken to school.
Who are the victims? This is the question that needs to be asked about the long-drawn Kashmiri conflict.
Uber drivers in South Africa can rejoice as the new ruling allows them form unions and claim their benefits.
In America, the message of cutting taxes for the wealthy to further erode government services to the poor and middle class has worked so well for the privileged so many times.
Mirzakhani's passion for solving mathematical problems won her global recognition. She became a pioneer in women’s education in Iran.
Microsoft does not have much to boost in its mobile portfolio, which is why it has decided to end all service support to its Windows phones.
The European Union exists because it is impossible to separate business from other social issues.
President Trump appears to have broken a policy pact between Washington and London. Meanwhile, Theresa May is
"We bring the technology, you tell us how it should be used in your location."
In a time of populism and majoritarianism is democracy being compromised by the Trump and Modi governments.