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Suddenly, better numbers
T N Ninan

The country would be doing very well if it managed to repeat that growth rate over the next six years

The second coming
Mitali Saran

There's no question that Obama's 2nd visit to India was a positive step that opens up interesting possibilities, & that Modi deserves much

Yes, make for India
Suman Bery

Raghuram Rajan's anti-mercantilist instincts are right - be cautious about 'make in India', while accepting its promise

The promise and the reality
Aditi Phadnis

Bedi can see the same kind of wave for herself that swept the country for PM. She could be right

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Forward on disinvestment

But bunching up of stake sales not helpful

The currency conundrum

A clear case for applying brakes on rupee appreciation

Robert Cyran

Here on Earth
Robert Cyran


Google and Amazon glimpse big-spending futures

George Hay

ELAphant in the room
George Hay


Greek deposits fly between a rock and a hard place

John Foley

It's complicated
John Foley


Alibaba gives crash course on government relations

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Easy access

Till last year, two places were completely out of bounds for a journalist ahead of the Union Budget - one, the finance ministry, which prepared ...

Vanishing act

West Bengal Chief Minister and Trinamool Congress (TMC) chief Mamata Banerjee had designated her nephew MP Abhishek Banerjee as party ...

Rooting for a rival

Senior Congress leader Ghulam Nabi Azad filed his nomination for the Rajya Sabha elections from Jammu & Kashmir. Azad, currently the Leader ...

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Letters: A transparent tax regime

This refers to the report "Govt won't appeal in Vodafone case" (January 29). By veering away from the path trodden by the United Progressive ...

Letters: Plugging the loopholes

Apropos the report "Govt won't appeal in Vodafone case" (January 29), it may be a coincidence that today's dailies also carried the news that ...

Letters: Watch out Modi

This refers to the report "Modi & Obama's back-room boys broke impasse on n-deal in London" (January 27). The news mentioned that the major ...

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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

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HCL Tech's Dec show best in 16 quarters, 2014 RoE at 38%

Dollar revenue up 4% q-o-q, with a number of new big deals

JSW Steel: Soft demand, realisation take toll

Performance, lower than expected, needs to be looked at in the context of a challenging environment

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