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Rajan favours removing RBI Governor veto power on deciding rates

Says a committee can represent different view points and study shows that its decisions are typically better than an individual

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OPINION 

COLUMNISTS

Building a combat vehicle

Ajai Shukla

Defence ministry stumbles on incompetence in endeavour to develop battle-taxi for infantry

Can a dead brand like Bajaj Chetak live again?

Alokananda Chakraborty

Bajaj Auto will need more ammunition than pure nostalgia if it wishes to give Chetak a second shot at life

ON THE BEAT

Nikhil Inamdar: Yakub Memon hanging reveals the bumbling Indian liberal

The 'bumbling liberal' & the 'neo-fascist' - two sides of the same coin. Neither has place in a moderate India

Jency Jacob: Media and its fatal obsession with the underworld

Editor's guild and Broadcast Editor's Association have much to introspect to prevent such clear ethical breaches

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PEOPLE

POLL

Is the govt ban on over 800 porn sites an intrusion into the private lives of Indian citizens?

  • Yes, what I do in my bedroom is my business
  • No, our moral standards are declining
  • The ban could have been selective
  • Can't really say

BUSINESS LAW

Changing the rules of auctioning

Method of bidding out resources has to take into account long-term viability of the sector

Related: Third round of coal auction sees 31 bids

Technology

Windows 10: Taking baby steps with a fresh OS

Windows 10 works well on older devices; and, here's our experience

Related: Windows 10 launched: A fresh start, and a few bugs