The following piece was published in the July 1982 issue of Freedom First. The author of the piece, Nissim Ezekiel (1924-2004), was a noted poet, critic and editor, and also served as the editor of Freedom First. Commenting on the fact that India… Continue Reading →
Ankur Gautam wrote a thoughtful piece on sharing economy a while back (Uberocracy: How the Sharing Economy Is Changing Everything). Ankur (rightly) points out: “Technology is rapidly transforming how we produce and consume goods and services. By cutting down transaction costs,… Continue Reading →
As India celebrated its 66th Republic day earlier this week, we decided to post C Rajagopalachari’s views on the Indian Constitution. The post contains excerpts from speeches delivered in 1972. A Motor Car with no Brake I have been constantly reiterating the importance… Continue Reading →
The following article was published by Forum of Free Enterprise in a monograph titled–‘A Review of Current Economic Problems’ The author is Sir Homi Mody (1881-1969), who was a noted industrialist and banker associated with Tata Group and an administrator of India…. Continue Reading →
A few self-proclaimed intellectuals met a long time back and set rules and regulations about what is offensive and what is not. Their intentions were right, we must respect each other, and must not offend anyone. Over time, the face… Continue Reading →
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