Against the backdrop of the global economic slowdown, the Bangladesh economy has performed strongly over the past few years. Despite the fallout from the Euro debt crisis still contributing to an uncertain economic environment, the Bangladesh economy has pursued accommodative monetary and fiscal policies.

The recent verdict on the Bhopal Gas Tragedy of 1984 has drawn attention to India

The climate change summit began in Copenhagen on 7 December 2009. The climate in which it began was somewhat better than most analysts and observers had believed would be the case. There was greater optimism as the opening ceremony was held.

There are substantial disparities across India

India's Special Economic Zones (SEZ) have been shrouded by controversies. In this recent paper the Institute of South Asian Studies examines some of the challenges to public policy and governance produced by the SEZ.

The Manmohan Singh Doctrine is a manifestation of India

This study attempts to empirically investigate the implications of unshackling of the global textile trade, following the complete phasing out of the Multi-Fibre Agreement (MFA) in 2005, on the efficiency of firms operating in the Indian textiles industry.

This paper describes the Nano and its development and provides an excellent discussion on the economics of owning and operating a Nano and as well as its impact on motorization in India. It also provides insights on the actual selling price of the Nano when it hits roads.

A positive fallout of the unveiling of the Nano, a low-cost (US$2,500) car by Tata Motors, is that it has re-ignited the debate about urban transport in India.

Various facets of energy security would continue to engage the policy makers and other stake holders as energy continues to drive economies, policies and even geo-strategy. The country has come a long way since the Tarapore Nuclear Plant began commercial operation way back in 1969. The progress has been