Short-term doubts but long-term optimism
If the RBI governor's logic holds, the rupee is far from being extremely overvalued
The implication of the 'Warrant of Precedence' in the govt has been lost on no one in the BJP. It is the subject of a silent hum in the party
The media has given the PM and his government a far easier time than it probably deserves
A bad monsoon could add to mounting rural distress
Is a Greek exit from the euro zone inevitable?
GM miss hints at broader struggle for US autos
Inefficient markets lie behind flash crash arrest
SoftBank put on spot by Yahoo! Japan exit
On completing 50 days in power, the Delhi government - led by Aam Aadmi Party chief Arvind Kejriwal - launched its anti-corruption helpline, ...
The net neutrality issue has roiled the waters so badly that the chief executives of all telecom companies have decided to come together to ...
So what if you don't have power, you have the mobile phone! Electricity consumers in Gaya town, Bodh Gaya and Manpur areas in Bihar will soon ...
Apropos the editorial "'Are you serious?'" (April 22), it is unfair to reject the "suit boot ki sarkar" criticism by quoting past sins of the ...
Only with a view to setting the record straight, I am truly constrained to point out two glaring, and unbelievable, errors of date/year and name ...
Apropos the editorial "'Are you serious?'" (April 22), it is an open secret that Manmohan Singh governed the nation for 10 years under the ...
No other country has mandated disclosure of foreign travel; govt's promise of review being watched keenly
Stringent rules for independent directors in state-run banks and insurance companies
A weekly selection of key court orders
Considered to be a low-surveillance nation, India needs to act fast to prevent it from encroaching on privacy
Requirement to achieve the target gives officers unlimited power
The Supreme Court recently made it mandatory for an aggrieved party to seek a court or government order and present it to the intermediary to ...
Sets ambitious 10-12% growth target for FY16 and $20 bn by 2020
Inexpensive valuations, strong growth prospects and improving return ratios have made most analysts bullish
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?
The decision to purchase 36 Rafale aircraft outright from France has understandably created a stir. It apparently flies in the face of the "multi ...
There are clear cracks in the case for short-term bullishness on India - but the longer term still looks hopeful
Here's what the government should do to make our cities better - work out a plan to manage the traffic situation and make public transport more attractive
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