Millennium Post


Bloom of the billionaires

5 March 2021 4:32 PM GMT
Even without an exception in a year of pandemic, the world’s leading billionaires added over one trillion dollars to their collective wealth

Women, hold on

5 March 2021 4:32 PM GMT
There is much to rejoice in the achievements of Indian women, and this Women’s Day should be a time for the celebration of our many victories

A fresh outlook

4 March 2021 5:22 PM GMT
When we mark the 50th anniversary of the 1972 Stockholm conference, we need to discuss consumption and production in a globalised world

Formalising the informal

4 March 2021 5:22 PM GMT
E-rickshaws have proliferated because most of them remain unregistered; there is a need to regulate their operations

Austerity and reforms

3 March 2021 4:52 PM GMT
Government spending must be balanced with reform-backed optimal utilization of limited resources

Caution or consequences!

3 March 2021 4:51 PM GMT
Development projects in ecologically sensitive areas must be followed by a proper assessment to avoid disastrous outcomes; write Aparajita & Debapriya Mukherjee

Shining figures

2 March 2021 4:55 PM GMT
India’s synergetic growth sets it apart from other major economies which continue to reel under the pandemic

Necessary precaution

2 March 2021 4:55 PM GMT
Vaccines aren’t a shield against the virus but protect us from the disease if not the infection

Utilising the leverage

2 March 2021 5:02 AM GMT
Government needs to recognise and scale the efforts of private players to supplement its policies and transform the outlook of social sectors

Right focus

2 March 2021 5:01 AM GMT
India’s diversified engagement with Mauritius and the Maldives is of critical importance in the Indian Ocean Region

At what cost?

28 Feb 2021 5:43 PM GMT
Continued deaths of manual scavengers raise pressing questions around the liability and accountability of employers and the government

Not this time

28 Feb 2021 5:42 PM GMT
Tatmadaw faces strong resistance amidst international sanctions and protestors’ unwillingness to knuckle down under its repressive measures
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