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Where is that recovery?
Mihir S Sharma

Policy pre-requisites for corporate earnings growth are being ignored

Turnaround time
Anjuli Bhargava

Yes, things are looking up for low-fare airline SpiceJet, but it's not a turnaround... not yet

The necessary art of ignoring Pakistan
Nitin Pai

Pakistan does not matter much to India's growth. A bigger, stronger and more open Indian economy will transform our ties with that country

We've got a long way to go, baby
Kanika Datta

We may have addressed sexual harassment in the workplace. But the gender inclusive workplace? That’s got a long way to go

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Dangerous profiling

DNA profiling Bill needs major changes to protect privacy

A normal monsoon?

Contrary to some predictions, rainfall adequate so far

Robert Cyran

For the birds
Robert Cyran

Twitter's mealy-mouthed strategy is hard to follow

Katrina Hamlin

Change in the air
Katrina Hamlin

China carbon vow shows change in political climate

Robyn Mak

Searching for directions
Robyn Mak

Baidu reinvention needs a roadmap to profit

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Getting the message to the media

The Opposition Congress, which had been spearheading the move to stall the proceedings of Parliament through the first week of the monsoon ...

Reaching out

Prashant Kishor, the brain behind Narendra Modi's "Chai Pe Charcha" programme and who now works with Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar, has come ...

Same difference

Addressing a conference on recent changes in financial reporting, a senior official of the Central Board of Direct Taxes explained at length why ...

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Letters: In the right direction

This refers to the report, "Raje government's studied silence on privatisation of education" (July 29). Most state governments thought that ...

Letters: Boost for Make in India

The editorial, "Components success" (July 28), has dissected well the recent reports on outsourcing of components for luxury car makers and ...

Letters: Useful advice

Judicial activism has gained a lot of ground, today. The judiciary intervenes in many actions of the Legislature and the Executive. The Prime ...

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GST jitters for corporate India

Lack of visibility on rates and the political logjam make companies apprehensive

ICDS - Quest for harmony

Due to divergence between ICDS and IFRS, companies have to maintain multiple books of account

Bounced cheque: Company need not be accused

In a case of bounced cheque, it is not necessary to complain specifically against the company if the managing director is the sole proprietor. ...


Legal, audit firms wage turf war

Audit and accounting firms favour multi-disciplinary partnership, the legal fraternity stays out


'Limits window for exercise of ESOPs'

The intent of the regulator is to curb insider trading by restricting the exercise of ESOP, if such employee is in possession of any unpublished ...


'New regulations not to dampen use of stock options'

In recent years there have instances where ESOPs have been used to manipulate stock prices, and also as poison pills to defend hostile bids

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Aluminium premiums, crude prices hit Vedanta

Ebitda declines by a third, despite zinc and copper segments chipping in

Dabur: Cautious guidance outweighs steady show in Q1

Management indicates subdued demand in rural areas could hit growth, hopes for pick-up

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