Abhijit Bhattacharya

OPEN TO OPINION

Trying to create entrepreneurs capable of solving unknown problems of tomorrow using technologies that are yet to be invented.

POLITICS

 |   5-minute read

Indian education sector needs urgent reforms to stay relevant

Unfortunately, the country is too preoccupied with issues such as love jihad, gau raksha and singing Vande Mataram in schools.

POLITICS

 |   6-minute read

Hollow patriotism over human shield episode on Twitter hurts Indian Army

There are more things in heaven and earth than 140 characters, which need to be understood for explaining a complex reality like Kashmir.

SCI-TECH

 |   4-minute read

The media will be the easiest prey of fake news menace

Government must make all sections of the population aware of the realities of this information war.

POLITICS

 |   8-minute read

What happens when our leaders fail us

Scarcity of visionary leadership capable of taking sound decisions is leading to growing frustration and restlessness among people.

VARIETY

 |   8-minute read

What we can learn from MIT awarding disobedience

In India all political parties, from the extreme Right to extreme Left, are suffering from acute HIPPO syndrome.

SCI-TECH

 |   4-minute read

Is India ready to face massive technological challenges of 2017?

In absence of any coherent policy to address this shift, countries like ours are heading for a social explosion.

POLITICS

 |   9-minute read

Kejriwal needs to think differently to avoid Modi's failures

AAP can show the nation how a leader must navigate the economy in this disruptive era.

POLITICS

 |   11-minute read

Why Kejriwal is the silver lining in this atmosphere of gloom and doom

Delhi CM has, at least, recognised the importance of education for improving prosperity of the population.

POLITICS

 |   6-minute read

Trump as President will be as bad as India's achhe din

In desperate times, people are not interested in knowing whether his reckless proposals are at all implementable.

POLITICS

 |   9-minute read

Mr Modi's start-up plan is sad, frustrating and ignorant

Our government must provide a broad framework for educational development.