Sunday, October 17, 2021
https://www.freepressjournal.in/analysis/the-missing-dead-series-part-i-india-cares-little-for-the-dead-even-the-living The entire series can be found at http://www.asiaconverge.com/2021/06/missing-dead-series/ The missing dead series – Part I Those who don't respect the dead, cannot respect the living either By RN Bhaskar When beggars die, there are no comets seen; The heavens themselves blaze forth the death...
An edited version of this article appeared at https://www.freepressjournal.in/india/russia-day-2021-and-quiet-flows-the-volga-a-review-of-india-russia-relations This article is being published on 12 June, often celebrated in India as Russia Day. Russia could be the catalyst in accelerating the shift to Asia the global centre of gravity for...
https://www.freepressjournal.in/business/asia-dominates-on-internet-front-us-eu-way-behind-india-minuscule Internet markets become more competitive By RN Bhaskar Fitch Ratings in its advisory dated 3 June 2021 (https://www.fitchratings.com/research/corporate-finance/chinese-internet-majors-investments-to-slow-profit-growth-03-06-2021) has underscored the possibility of fierce internet competition in the coming years.  Already, major Chinese internet companies are prioritising investments in 2021.  That...
India is slipping.  Here are five steps to restore India to glory These are articles meant for the government -- on what it should do to prevent India from slipping further into an economic morass. The first article is just a...
https://www.freepressjournal.in/business/poverty-alleviation-a-great-service-to-humanity China has alleviated its poverty; India has a lot to learn from its success By JesciliaK Poverty is a growing concern for the world. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, global extreme poverty has increased further. In order to understand the various...
https://www.freepressjournal.in/analysis/policy-watch-the-supreme-court-to-indias-rescue-again India's rights, laws and values are being protected by the Supreme Court because the legislators and bureaucrats failed miserably RN Bhaskar Last week the country got a whiff of fresh air, even though the shortage of oxygen continued. The courts –...
https://www.freepressjournal.in/india/the-killing-fields-that-india-has-become-amid-the-second-wave-of-covid-19 Covid19 -- Who lit pyres on the killing fields? RN Bhaskar -- 27 April 2021 One has only to see the long queues of people standing outside hospitals.  Then one sees the numbers of people who have collapsed by the sidewalks. ...

https://www.freepressjournal.in/business/transformation-of-maharashtra-industry-revitalised-webinar-mahas-goal-of-1-trillion-remains-unchanged-despite-the-pandemic MIDC confident of achieving a US$ 1 trillion output soon By Jescilia Karayamparambil - April 5, 2021, When you are among the best performers, then the expectations around such performers are also high. Thus, when India aspires to become a five-trillion...
https://www.freepressjournal.in/analysis/judiciary-is-india-a-democracy Judiciary V: Without good justice delivery and education democracy is just not posible (All other articles in the Judiciary series can be found at http://www.asiaconverge.com/2021/03/the-judiciary-series/) RN Bhaskar 25 March 2021 S. Jaisankar, India’s minister for external affairs, is not one who is...

Without justice India cannot progress Part 1 The judiciary’s fabric is frayed, thanks primarily to the government . . . Why should legislators and bureaucrats have longer tenures than judges? It should be the other way around.  Are judicial vacancies a way...