Articles by Bangalore Blogger
Having a broken Cadbury egg sorted is more important than access to healthcare, public education or gainful employment.
Getting people, companies and governments to commit to an hour of darkness is all we can do to combat the biggest threat to humankind.
As Murdoch gains more influence in the Indian market, before we know it things like rape won't ever have taken place.
For the past few decades, we've taught a backward education system - that is far from fit-for-purpose.
Have no mercy, eschew the supermarkets wherever possible, and rejoice in what could be the end of an evil empire
Wealthy nations shift climate change responsibility on to the poor but the tumbling oil market could force their hand.
Black Friday is the consumers' chance to thank corporate capitalism for a meagre Thanksgiving offering
How kind of the US to concede that India can keep feeding its people if it removes trade obstruction
World Bank's Doing Business 2015 Report praises oligarchical practices that subjugate the poor and poverty stricken.
World Food Day provides perfect opportunity to highlight major issues - but it is tarnished by hypocrisy and empty promises.