Sadly, the India-US summit produced more spin than it did deals
The US President was probably unaware that the son of a manual labourer had to abandon studies as his school closed down
The daughter is still some distance away from becoming a truly equal partner
When the spin-off is complete & Yahoo! has shed its stake in the Chinese e-commerce giant, it's more likely to become hunted rather than hunter
But bunching up of stake sales not helpful
A clear case for applying brakes on rupee appreciation
Alibaba gives crash course on government relations
New McDonald's boss has the right ingredients
Yahoo!'s Alibaba spin-off gives Mayer one more year
Till last year, two places were completely out of bounds for a journalist ahead of the Union Budget - one, the finance ministry, which prepared ...
West Bengal Chief Minister and Trinamool Congress (TMC) chief Mamata Banerjee had designated her nephew MP Abhishek Banerjee as party ...
Senior Congress leader Ghulam Nabi Azad filed his nomination for the Rajya Sabha elections from Jammu & Kashmir. Azad, currently the Leader ...
This refers to the report "Govt won't appeal in Vodafone case" (January 29). By veering away from the path trodden by the United Progressive ...
Apropos the report "Govt won't appeal in Vodafone case" (January 29), it may be a coincidence that today's dailies also carried the news that ...
This refers to the report "Modi & Obama's back-room boys broke impasse on n-deal in London" (January 27). The news mentioned that the major ...
Centre has set the ball rolling for radical changes in labour laws, instrumental to its 'Make in India' campaign
Prior public consultations when making regulations should be a critical feature
It is not just under the old central Land Acquisition Act 1894, but even under state laws, land is acquired and not used for decades, making a ...
One of the oldest acts in Indian statute books, The Indian Contact Act, 1872, needs to recognise non-compete restrictions, bring more clarity in ...
If fringe benefit tax makes a comeback in the forthcoming Budget, there could be some tightening of tax evasion
Concept of manufacture will be replaced by value added which is numerically measureable and is not controversial
Poor volume growth and slower pick-up in new businesses might trigger earnings downgrade
Higher tax rate, sequential fall in operating margin impact profit
Does the Shiv Sena's call for dropping the words 'secular' and 'socialist' from the preamble to the Constitution of India betray a Hindutva agenda?
Finance Minister Arun Jaitley should give India's states more fiscal breathing room
If the government wants a safe and healthy aviation sector, it should keep in mind the 3 Cs - credentials, capital and capability - before it clears the runway
The revolving door to justice clutters the legal system
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