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China's subprime risks
Andrew Sheng & Xiao Geng

Shallow capital markets and skewed interest rates have led to over-investment in a few sectors

In search of policy space
T S Vishwanath

India has not shied away from a trade facilitation agreement. It is just looking for a decision that addresses its food security concerns as

BRICS is what we make of it
Zorawar Daulet Singh

The BRICS model will need to demonstrate the efficacy of a second alternative governance structure to reform the Bretton Woods legacy

A sporting chance
Kanika Datta

Every major global sporting event provokes a flurry of introspection about India's dismal sporting ability despite its population of 1.2 billion

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Vanishing cash

Corporate governance not getting better in India

Red flag on waivers

States, not banks, should pay for populism

Una Galani

No easy Flip
Una Galani

India's e-commerce prize may be spread thinly

Pierre Briancon

Nothing to lose
Pierre Briancon

EU will find Russian sanctions worth the pain

Pierre Briancon

A fine award
Pierre Briancon

Yukos ruling casts Russia further into the cold

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Wake-up call

It is well known that Narendra Modi is uncomfortable with overt adulation. At the foundation day celebrations of the Indian Council of ...

Stop press

The foundation day ceremony of Indian Council of Agriculture Research is usually an occasion for the media to meet agriculture scientists and ...

Javadekar's scientific ambitions

By his own admission, Union Environment Minister Prakash Javadekar would have pursued a career in science had he not become a politician. He ...

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Letters: In defence of GM crops

This refers to the report "Genetically modified crops' field trials put on hold" (July 30). This wishy-washy decision-making in New Delhi shows ...

Letters: Natural growth

This refers to the Chinese Whispers item "Talking up growth" (July 30). The Indian Council of Agriculture Research (ICAR) has great ...

Letters: Espirito Santo clarifies

With reference to the report "Burmans stand by Espirito Santo amid crisis" (July 24), we would like to clarify that Nigel Beattie's involvement ...

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Saving PPP projects
Jyoti Mukul

Flexibility in terms and conditions could preserve contract sanctity

Soumitra Dutta

India's competitive edge is less sharp: Soumitra Dutta

Interview with Dean, Johnson Cornell University

Somasekhar Sundaresan

Some existential questions for Indian tribunals
Somasekhar Sundaresan

Retired judges who join tribunals are at the mercy of civil servants in the administrative ministries for policy governing their day-to-day ...

Gift of property need not be handed over
M J Antony

Income Tax Appellate Tribunal


Why GAAR spooks corporate India

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


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

Interview with CEO & country managing partner, EY India

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Strong product pipeline to sustain sales growth of 25% in FY15, margins likely to settle at 30%

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Higher proportion of non-auto business is helping the company improve revenues and margins

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