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Criminalising all of us
Rahul Jacob

We should be glad B R Ambedkar, that valiant defender of constitutional liberties, is not alive today. Then again, he would have argued the case ...

Singapore's skyrise gardens
Barun Roy

Vertical gardens are a cornerstone of the state's development plan and can be a game-changer in its quest for greater sustainability

Rebooting the G20 framework
Alok Sheel

Instead of targeting global imbalances per se, the narrative must change to the structure and direction of such asymmetries

Indian Railways - nostalgia and reality
Agnikalam

Travelling by rail in India was once a pleasure, but has now become a forbidding challenge

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Selecting justice

Judicial appointments need transparency

Sold out

A new model for electronics, and online retail

Robert Cyran

Wind up the iWatch?
Robert Cyran


Apple winds up earnings hope for new gadgets

Una Galani

As good as it gets
Una Galani


Asian airlines strive for return to mediocrity

Andy Mukherjee

Choking on love
Andy Mukherjee


Japan's bond-hugging banks are pinning Abe down

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Dressing down

Prime Minister Narendra Modi does not restrict the dress code to himself, as the minister for information and broadcasting and environment, ...

Simian saviour

This year, the ubiquitous monkey menace around Raisina Hill has gotten so bad that it found a mention in Parliament, with former Union minister ...

A toll on the top

Toll tax along highways and other major roads has become something of a controversial issue in India, and it is especially galling for ordinary ...

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Letters: Precursor for better judiciary

This refers to the report "Corrupt judge charge: BJP seeks answer from former PM" (July 22). Though Markandey Katju's startling allegation that ...

Letters: Plugging judicial loopholes

This refers to the report "Katju alleges three former CJIs made improper compromises" (July, 21). The reactions of the United Progressive ...

Letters: MSP menace?

Apropos the editorial "Strategic mistake" (July 22), the continuing high cost of cereals through minimum support prices (MSP) has been made ...

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Why GAAR spooks corporate India

Trust deficit between taxpayers and tax administrators is the key factor that makes GAAR a non-starter

Rajiv Memani

Need debate on the time required to be GAAR-ready: Rajiv Memani

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Is cost audit losing its relevance?
Asish K Bhattacharyya

By introducing the concept of 'public interest', the government has made the 2014 Rules unnecessarily complicated

New employer to pay PF penalty
M J Antony

The Supreme Court has held that a company which takes over another is liable to pay damages for default in payment of contributions to the ...

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A case of tight-fisted executive and over-worked judiciary
M J Antony

Business Standard experts take a look at the challenges thrown by the Budget in growing financial stress in the judiciary, matters relating to ...

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Making it easy for business

States have to take the lead if India has to improve its rank as an industry-friendly destination

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Axis Bank's slippages, loan recast below estimates

Earnings upgrade in FY15 likely if accumulation of stressed loans are kept below Rs 6,500 cr

Asian Paints shows all-round growth

Pick-up in growth of industrial paints likely to complement strong show in decorative paints

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