T N Ninan

T N Ninan: Suddenly, better numbers

The wonders that statisticians can perform! Now that key numbers for the economy have been revised, the Manmohan Singh government can justifiably claim that it did not leave the economy in an almighty mess, with (as it seemed until Thursday) the ...

Suman Bery

Suman Bery: Yes, make for India

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

Aditi Phadnis

Aditi Phadnis: The promise and the reality

Kiran Bedi can see the same kind of wave for herself that swept the country for Narendra Modi. She could be right. But everyone else in the BJP needs a new set of glasses

Rahul Jacob

Rahul Jacob: Why women manage better

When Wing Commander Puja Thakur led the guard of honour for US President Barack Obama last Sunday, she marked an important milestone for women in the armed forces in this country. The publicity this ceremonial act prompted has been adulatory, which ...

Sunil Sethi

Sunil Sethi: A few days with R K Laxman

We were trooping out of the weekly India Today editorial meeting one Saturday afternoon when Aroon Purie grabbed me by the arm and said, "Why don't you go down to Bombay and do a profile of R K Laxman?" Like the best of editors, he often birthed ...

Mitali Saran

Mitali Saran: The second coming

They had heard tell of his advent. And lo, there was a great rumbling in the sky, and politicians and economists told of a bright light over a mangy land, and, thus, it was that Air Force One landed at the technical area in Palam Airport in Delhi, ...

Most Popular Columns

Anjuli Bhargava

Anjuli Bhargava: No more 'vegetarian' airlines please
Anjuli Bhargava

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

Abheek Barua

Abheek Barua: The Budget - back to basics
Abheek Barua

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

Mihir S Sharma

Mihir S Sharma: The Eagle has not yet landed
Mihir S Sharma

Sadly, the India-US summit produced more spin than it did deals

Columnists

T N Ninan

T N Ninan: Suddenly, better numbers
T N Ninan

The wonders that statisticians can perform! Now that key numbers for the economy have been revised, the Manmohan Singh government can ...

Suman Bery

Suman Bery: Yes, make for India
Suman Bery

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

Aditi Phadnis

Aditi Phadnis: The promise and the reality
Aditi Phadnis

Kiran Bedi can see the same kind of wave for herself that swept the country for Narendra Modi. She could be right. But everyone else in the BJP ...