Manish Sabharwal The Indian Express Group
Thursday 7 November '13We need to rethink our accountability frameworks to let political leaders, bureaucrats and entrepreneurs think boldly and creatively.
Wednesday 18 September '13Why engineering’s regulatory model is superior to that of medicine.
Wednesday26 June '13Why the proposed national minimum wage is the wrong answer to questions of unemployment and poverty
Tuesday21 May '13Even India's poor now feel their rights as consumers are higher than as citizens.
Thursday14 March '13A jobs narrative in politics is overdue, clever, and inspiring
Saturday2 February '13Top civil service jobs must go to people when they are 45, not 58
Tuesday1 January '13Four ways chief ministers can use technology to show voters they mean business
Saturday10 November '12Policy must enable a variety of schooling methods
Tuesday21 August '12Why don’t India’s political parties have a story for the young and the aspiring?
Monday23 July '12There are seven of them, hampering policy-making in Delhi
Monday26 March '12Labour laws that view employment as marriage without divorce must be changed
Wednesday21 December '11Unorganised retail and organised labour don’t understand the needs and the confidence of India’s young people
Monday28 November '11Urbanisation and migration are born out of hope. Policy must reflect that
Tuesday1 November '11To use our demographic dividend, we must craft education, job policies
Thursday20 October '11Why the proposed reservation in government procurement is misguided
Monday22 August '11Preventing corruption is more effective than treating it
Monday1 August '11To really attack poverty, we need to place skills and jobs at the heart of policy.
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