Tribal women in an obscure block in Bihar churn out a success story

IN A severe indictment of the government's economic policies, the Planning Commission has observed that capital expenditure on infrastructure and social sector have suffered most in the quest for

AN alternative structural adjustment programme (asap), formulated by the Guyana-based Bretton Woods Reform Organisation (bwro), has managed to garner German support for itself. Backed by Germany's

Going by the statistics provided by this year's International Labour Organisation report on world employment, "modernise or perish" has become the mantra of progress for developing nations. This is

Rural women manage the family and the field, yet most development programmes target just the male farmer

Indian companies need to triple the total investment for in-house research and development (R&D) to Rs 3,000 crore by the end of the century, according to a document prepared jointly by the

Lack of ecological concerns among today's professionals have led to a dichotomy between development and the environment.

The issue of leadership and management of R&D institutions proves to be a stumbling block in making such bodies more productive.

THOUGH one dislikes pessimists who seem to have given up on our collective ability to put development onto a genuinely sustainable path, the fact remains they have enough evidence to demonstrate

ALL THROUGH the second half of the 20th century, whenever Western governments have seen their industries lagging behind globally, they have resorted to updating their technology policies. The result