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Defence (procurement) minister
Ajai Shukla

An ill-informed public narrative centres on expensive weapons platforms instead of the little things that would improve capability

The insidious insider
Shailesh Dobhal

Wayward employee behaviour at Uber and Infosys highlights the risk to corporate reputations

Silicon Valley workers weigh in on Obama's immigration order
Vindu Goel

The US president's visa proposals for highly skilled workers would add about 147,000 people to the US workforce by 2024

Breaking through the climate chakravyuh
Arunabha Ghosh

India needs to think of climate leadership not simply as announcements from within but about finding allies outside

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A mixed picture

An early report card for the government

The new US visa regime

Lessons for Indian information technology firms

Una Galani

Hard to copy
Una Galani

Indian bank M&A looks hard to copy

John Foley

The difficult age
John Foley

China monetary policy enters difficult adolescence

Daniel Indiviglio

Deporting compromise
Daniel Indiviglio

Certain gridlock offsets Obama's immigration move

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Tyranny of power?

The Times of India literature festival is the highlight of Mumbai's cultural calendar in early December. This year, the festival is to be held ...

The write stuff for NaMo

The pen, they say, is mightier than the sword and the mightiest of them all - in stationery shops at any rate - is the pen-set branded NaMo. ...

One for the roads

Samajwadi Party chief Mulayam Singh Yadav is not averse to publicly dressing down his son, Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Akhilesh Yadav, and his ...

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Letters: Indo-US relations 2.0

This refers to the editorial "Another step forward" (November 24). The current re-calibration in Indo-US relations is as much a product of the ...

Letters: Bilateral benefits

This refers to the editorial "Another step forward" (November 24). It may be true that the US president is currently a lame duck at home but in ...

Letters: Modi's masterstroke

Apropos the editorial "Another step forward" (November 24), Prime Minister Narendra Modi's invitation to US President Barack Obama to be the ...

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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

A weekly selection of key court orders


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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Private sector banks in a sweet spot, stocks up 25% in six months

Analysts expect 20% annual EPS growth by FY20

Adani Power: Risk-reward remains unfavourable

Despite recent buys, concern on power rates, demand continues

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