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From Tejas to AMCA
Ajai Shukla

Persistent allegations about the Tejas' performance shortfalls are now being exposed

Do in-app ads work?
Alokananda Chakraborty

Experts say in-app advertising could be the next frontier for digital marketing

Why Grentry augured Grexit
Omkar Goswami

With the Greeks voting "No", the country's exit from euro zone seems inescapable. Yet, it was inevitable long before the latest drama

What is full employment?
Martin Feldstein

The basic point is that employment can be increased by removing barriers to job creation and reducing marginal tax rates

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Beyond the referendum

Now, EU has to face the challenge of Greece's exit

Not yet one market

Agricultural marketing reform should first take states on board

Quentin Webb

Deal with it
Quentin Webb


Asia's M&A boom leaves old guard in charge

Robyn Mak

American depository regrets
Robyn Mak


Buyouts of US-listed Chinese firms look doubtful

George Hay & Neil Unmack

End game theory
George Hay & Neil Unmack


Greek "No" vote means ECB can no longer sit on fence

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It's the media, stupid

The mood at the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) and Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) offices these days reflects a sense of injured pride, ...

Testing times

At a time when states such as Bihar and Madhya Pradesh are grappling with the menace of mass cheating, Governor of Rajasthan and Chancellor of ...

Up, down and sideways

The Employees' Provident Fund Organisation is preparing to invest in the stock market. As part of the preparations, key officials had a couple ...

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Letters: To err with Greece

Apropos the article "Why Grentry augured Grexit" (July 6), the writer summed up Greek economy's tryst with the euro zone nicely. An ultra ...

Letters: Cautious on targets

This refers to the editorial "Thinking big" (July 7). While inheriting a sluggish economy, Prime Minister Narendra Modi and his team seem ...

Letters: Middlemen elimination

That the Insurance Regulatory and Development Authority of India (Irdai) is stepping in to get rid of middlemen is highly commendable. It is ...

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Who determines the price - market or regulator?

The govt needs to decide whether it wants a regulator to exercise pricing controls

Liberalising legal services: Before the door opens

As the government is looking to open up transactional legal services to foreign law firms and develop India as an international arbitration hub, ...

How to make tribunals more relevant

If revenue department does not go to the tribunal at the drop of a hat, the latter will function better

ONGC, foreign partners lose tax appeal

A weekly selection of key court orders

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Due diligence vital for start-ups

Sebi norms for listing of these entities require minimal disclosures and compliance

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Why NGOs are ending up on the wrong side of the law

Experts say most such NGOs are on a sticky wicket when it comes to compliance with various provisions governing them

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NMDC: No respite in near-term

Realisations under pressure, volumes continue to decline; trend unlikely to reverse: Analysts

Chemical business to aid SRF's sales, margin growth

High entry barriers and expertise in the speciality chemicals business are positives

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