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  • TNC Rajagopalan

    Only two broad changes in FTP TNC Rajagopalan

    The FTP, a notification with statutory force, is simultaneously issued, with a Handbook of Procedures

  • Asish K Bhattacharyya

    Independent directors - are they decision-makers? Asish K Bhattacharyya

    The Companies Act provides immunity to independent directors only in exceptional cases; the recent SC decision on Jaypee is a wake-up call

  • Devangshu Datta

    Property, gold back on radar Devangshu Datta

    Reducing equity exposure and rebalancing into other asset classes may be sensible

  • Ajay Shah

    The third element of the exit framework Ajay Shah

    The system envisaged under the FRDI Bill would help improve the efficiency of capital allocation without harming consumers, and without risking the stability of financial firms

  • Debashis Basu

    FRDI Bill: Irrelevant and unfair Debashis Basu

    The FRDI wants to grab the money of creditors and depositors above a limit, when banks or insurers are caught in a financial tsunami, for no fault of theirs

  • A K Bhattacharya

    How oil can learn from urea A K Bhattacharya

    Subsidies on urea have declined by 30% this year, underlining the need for more reforms in the oil sector

  • Ravi Bhoothalingam

    Sino-Indian trade: Taming the dragon Ravi Bhoothalingam

    Indian industry and our government must work together more strategically and purposefully to build an ecosystem to drive Indian products and services into China's huge and expanding market

  • Premvir Das

    View the Andamans strategically Premvir Das

    The Andaman and Nicobar Islands must be seen as a strategic force multiplier that will enable India to demonstrate its military presence in the Indian Ocean Region

  • Aditi Phadnis

    Facing harassment at work? Try SHe-Box Aditi Phadnis

    The Ministry of Women and Child Development has come up with an innovative measure to deal with issue of sexual harassment at workplace

  • T C A Srinivasa-Raghavan

    Modi government's split personality T C A Srinivasa-Raghavan

    No one believes any longer that demonetisation achieved the objectives set out by the PM Modi when he announced it

  • Kishore Singh

    Looking for the easy life Kishore Singh

    The anonymity Delhi offered to make up in some measure for what we suffered by way of distances, traffic, and now pollution, says the author

  • Geetanjali Krishna

    Going to school is no child's play Geetanjali Krishna

    Unstructured play time often has a more lasting educational impact than an open textbook in a classroom, writes the author

  • Sunanda K Datta-Ray

    An agenda for the new Congress president Sunanda K Datta-Ray

    Rahul Gandhi should concentrate on what he can do to promote education, enlightenment and economic prosperity across the board - and not only for the favoured few

  • Mihir S Sharma

    After Gujarat, nobody can say BJP is party of 'vikas' Mihir S Sharma

    BJP's consistent electoral success over past few years has been product of having far more money, being far better organised, and playing far better caste politics than the Opposition

  • Kanika Datta

    From Keeler to #metoo Kanika Datta

    #metoo owes something to the model at heart of the Profumo affair and and her son's acknowledgement of it