Columnists Rss icon

The Budget - back to basics
Abheek Barua

Getting the balance between fiscal restraint and growth-contracting policy remains a problem

No more 'vegetarian' airlines please
Anjuli Bhargava

If govt wants safe & healthy aviation sector, it should keep in mind the 3 Cs - credentials, capital & capability - before it clears the runway

The rural beti as businesswoman
Kanika Datta

Indian women can only progress as far as social system permits them and plugging into global supply chains is a good way to start

Japan's hope may be its hinterlands
William Pesek

Japan Inc has changed too much for traditional monetary and fiscal incentives to work on their own

Editorial Comment Rss icon

The value of consistency

RBI must adhere to a course once selected

No deal on climate

India, US cooperate on climate, but no agreement

Richard Beales

Spinning the story
Richard Beales

Yahoo!'s Alibaba spin-off gives Mayer one more year

Robert Cyran

A for Apple
Robert Cyran

Apple shines as Cook dishes up Chinese feast

George Hay

Precarious existence
George Hay

Greek banks will have to live hand to mouth

Chinese Whispers Rss icon

Sorry Didi

Amitabh Bachchan doesn't agree with West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee, who tweeted on Monday that he should have been honoured with the ...

Eyes on the prize

When asked whether the Congress promise of freebies to voters if elected to power in next month's legislative Assembly elections in Delhi had ...

More equal than others

Suspended Trinamool Congress (TMC) MP, Kunal Ghosh, first refused to get into a police van and then had to be dragged out of it when he was ...

Letters Rss icon

Letters: Obama's conviction

This refers to the editorial "Three days in New Delhi" (January 28). US President Barack Obama demonstrated how particular he was in ...

Letters: Devil is in the detail

Apropos the the editorial "Three days in New Delhi" (January 28). The nuclear liability law enacted by India after signing the civilian nuclear ...

Letters: Balancing for growth

This refers to Andy Mukherjee's article "Restoring federal balance"(January 28). This revealing analysis of fiscal management has come at the ...

Business Law & Tax Rss icon

Labour woes ahead of reforms

Centre has set the ball rolling for radical changes in labour laws, instrumental to its 'Make in India' campaign

What to learn and unlearn from the US

Prior public consultations when making regulations should be a critical feature

Non-use of acquired land makes it invalid

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 ...

Does The Indian Contract Act need a re-look?

One of the oldest acts in Indian statute books, The Indian Contact Act, 1872, needs to recognise non-compete restrictions, bring more clarity in ...

When taxman comes calling on your bonus

If fringe benefit tax makes a comeback in the forthcoming Budget, there could be some tightening of tax evasion

How GST will benefit traders and manufacturers

Concept of manufacture will be replaced by value added which is numerically measureable and is not controversial

Quick Links

Financial X-Ray Rss icon

Ranbaxy disappoints the Street, again

Lower exclusivity revenues affect US performance; adverse currency movement hits Russia revenue

Emami: Margin gains, other income boosts earnings

Healthy growth across key segments in December quarter

Have Your Say

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?

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?

Most Popular Columns

Andy Mukherjee

Andy Mukherjee: Restoring federal balance
Andy Mukherjee

Finance Minister Arun Jaitley should give India's states more fiscal breathing room

Surinder Sud

Surinder Sud: Game changer for pest control
Surinder Sud

Scientists have used state-of-the-art technology to evolve gel-based carriers known as nanogels that carry pheromones to repel pests

Ajit Balakrishnan

Ajit Balakrishnan: Rescuing a threatened species - the Manager
Ajit Balakrishnan

The general-purpose liberal education management schools provide has to give way to a strong injection of computer science and data science skills