I know comparisons are odious, but watching the Republican primary unfold, it’s difficult to resist the temptation. And not because the American system is perfect or prettier. It’s neither. Read more
Kent Sorenson could have been in Haryana, where the term “aaya ram, gaya ram” was coined to describe the kind of Indian politician who can switch sides between breakfast and lunch. Read more
Definitely not Harvard, not Yale and not Princeton.
That’s not even our vision – to get the above ivy leaguers to India, said Kapil Sibal at a news briefing at the end of a long day of discussions and deliberations with his US counterpart at the first ever higher education summit. Read more
Mario had looked both excited and horrified, and it was not a fleeting expression. While on his morning run several hours ago, he had seen a cow in the middle of the road. Read more
“India and the US are not dating anymore, they are going steady,” said Harold ‘Terry’ McGraw, chairman of the McGraw-Hill companies and head of the US-India business council, at an event this week.
But the US is doing all the hard work as far as the messaging goes. Or so it seems. Read more