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  • Shankar Acharya

    Shankar Acharya: BoP - Beware complacency Shankar Acharya

    The crisis two years ago was in the making for several years

  • A V Rajwade

    A V Rajwade:: Monetary transmission, base rates and ALM A V Rajwade

    The transmission of monetary policy signals to the real economy has been poor in recent years even in the advanced industrial economies despite the sophistication of their financial markets

  • Kanika Datta

    Kanika Datta: Technology, the god with clay feet Kanika Datta

    Technology is back in the political pantheon as the leading deity to be invoked to rid the country of centuries of poverty and backwardness. First, it was Rajiv Gandhi, who worshipped at its altar with his Technology Missions. Now it is Narendra ...

  • Farhad Manjoo

    Farhad Manjoo: Twitter's 'Moments' will try to tame the chaos Farhad Manjoo

    The microblogging site's new feature attempts to transform its chaotic timeline into a series of narratives that are easily navigated by people who aren't indoctrinated into the service's strange ritu

  • Shyam Saran

    Shyam Saran: The diminishing idea of India Shyam Saran

    If we value India, we must not only 'Make in India', but defend the idea of India, too

  • M J Antony

    M J Antony: Cyber waves in judiciary M J Antony

    Some courts take faltering steps into the digital world, but many lag behind

  • Rahul Khullar

    Rahul Khullar: Look beyond the usual suspects Rahul Khullar

    Rather than high domestic absorption, large budgetary deficits and an overvalued exchange rate, it is domestic policy distortions and inaction to correct them that lead to huge current account deficit

  • Subir Roy

    Subir Roy: Is it a serious climate pledge? Subir Roy

    India's willingness to fall in line with other major world economies and announce pledges to combat climate change has produced a global sigh of relief. But India's contributory effort is conditional on both finance and technology being forthcoming ...

  • Mihir S Sharma

    Mihir S Sharma: Festivals and bookshops Mihir S Sharma

    We are into October, and there is the faintest chill in the air of an evening. The festival season approaches - the season, that is, of literature festivals. There are now dozens of them across India, and even a few that exist only online. We have ...

  • Ajit Balakrishnan

    Ajit Balakrishnan: California dreaming Ajit Balakrishnan

    Silicon Valley is at the heart of the transformation of the global economy - which has both winners and losers

  • Anjuli Bhargava

    Anjuli Bhargava: Why the Metro makes sense Anjuli Bhargava

    There are plenty of reasons to take the Delhi Metro - meeting polite and helpful people is just one of them

  • Jagdish Bhagwati

    Jagdish Bhagwati: US elections - Two women on top Jagdish Bhagwati

    One has made it through the glass ceiling in US politics; the other, who misleadingly claimed the crown for advancing women's agenda, is stuck in falsehoods of her own making

  • Shreekant Sambrani

    Shreekant Sambrani: Gujjubhai the great! Shreekant Sambrani

    This column borrows its title from a Gujarati film that is packing in crowds at multiplexes all over that state right now. Entertainment tax exemption is only a minor contributor to its success. That is largely due to the comedic manner in which it ...

  • Subir Gokarn

    Subir Gokarn: Matters of valuation Subir Gokarn

    Measures to facilitate the resolution of asset quality problems

  • A K Bhattacharya

    A K Bhattacharya: Winds of change A K Bhattacharya

    The NDA government has ushered in two big changes. The first relates to the manner of appointing key bureaucrats in important central ministries and the second relates to the accountability of top civ

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