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The new Cuba?
Nitin Pai

A Chinese company with military links is building a canal across Nicaragua

Do the Saudis want low oil prices?
Abheek Barua & Bidisha Ganguly

Saudi Arabia’s deep pockets, strong financial system could help country to ride out low-price environment in order to protect its market share

Economics is a dismal science for women
Noah Smith

Forget anecdotes, there is quantitative evidence showing that economics is uniquely biased against women

The bad China-US climate deal
Sunita Narain

It is in our interest to demand that US and China must reduce emissions at scale and pace needed to provide for world to stay below danger mark

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Against insider trading

Sebi reforms should strengthen corporate governance

Another step forward

Barack Obama's Republic Day trip will be significant

Daniel Indiviglio

Deporting compromise
Daniel Indiviglio


Certain gridlock offsets Obama's immigration move

John Foley

Pain threshold
John Foley


China's rate cut shows depth of growth concern

John Foley

Follow the money
John Foley


Alibaba's huge finance arm is a mystery to most

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Disunited they stand

What with the Congress' fortunes at an all-time low and the party crying foul over the ruling Bharatiya Janata Party denying it opposition ...

Here comes #MufflerMan

Narendra Modi's Swachh Bharat Abhiyan may have robbed the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) of its symbol, the broom, but AAP supporters have decided to ...

For Parrikar, Dilli dur ast

Event organisers of the 45th International Film Festival of India found themselves in an embarrassing position when catalogues circulated to the ...

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Letters: Managing India

This refers to Bharat Bhushan's article "The pitfalls of being Modi" (November 19). In today's context, it is a fact that even in a family it is ...

Letters: Politics and power

In his column "Made for each other" (Kitabkhana, November 18) T C A Srinivasa-Raghavan has written politics is the ruthless and immoral quest ...

Letters: The bad assets game

This refers to the editorial "Banking blues remain" (November 19). The efforts of the State Bank of India top management to cut costs and shore ...

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Can India keep its flag high?

Authors of World Bank's Doing Business report attribute India's jump to 7th place to changes in the company law, but rollbacks since June could ...

Delhi's winter of reforms

The FM has signalled financial sector and capital market reforms by committing to implementing recommendations of the Financial Sector and ...

Trade union rivalries still alive and well

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Time for legal reforms, Mr Gowda

To be successful, the new law minister needs to do some tightrope walking, taking into confidence both the legislature and the judiciary, while ...

Rubber stamp board - a thing of the past?
Asish K Bhattacharyya

Companies Act 2013 can't deter removal of an independent director from a company with concentration of ownership

BIFR alone to decide if unit has revived
M J Antony

A weekly selection of key court orders

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Cipla: UK respiratory launch key near-term trigger

company sales seen tripling over next 6 yrs with net profit jumping 5-fold over same period or by 2020

Adani Power: Risk-reward remains unfavourable

The Korba and Avantha deals are happening at a time when there's uncertainty on tariff structures and demand environment remains weak

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