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Shubhashis Gangopadhyay

Shubhashis Gangopadhyay: Trust in reform

Labour law reform must go hand-in-hand with reforms that build workers' trust in management

S Ganesan

S Ganesan: Self-destructive suicide myths

Farmers' suicides are a small part of a larger tragedy that afflicts Indian society as a whole, especially urban India

Sunil Mehta

Sunil Mehta: Achieving social responsibility to a T

The Indian corporate sector has 'time, talent and treasure' in abundance. Now, the new Companies Act can provide the resolve

Ajit Balakrishnan

Ajit Balakrishnan: Enter the MOOCs

There is an air of excitement around today, as there was in 1995. At that time it was the appearance of the first web browser and what it portended for the media industries that caused the excitement. Some of us in the media industries could ...

Nilanjana S Roy

Nilanjana S Roy: Bloodlines and the lives of others

It is often forgotten these days that the history of Indian writing in English was built on memories of rebellion, the hope of revolution and a deep anger at the ways in which Indians were their own oppressors. This summer, two novelists - Meena ...

Subir Gokarn

Subir Gokarn: Explaining expectations

Figuring out why inflationary expectations have been so stubborn is critical for policy

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Sunita Narain

Sunita Narain: How smart is a smart city?
Sunita Narain

The government's proposal to build 100 "smart" cities will work only if it can reinvent the very idea of urban growth in a country such as India

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A K Bhattacharya: Making haste slowly
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In India, any major policy change can take at least seven to 10 years

Subir Gokarn

Subir Gokarn: Explaining expectations
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Shubhashis Gangopadhyay

Shubhashis Gangopadhyay: Trust in reform
Shubhashis Gangopadhyay

Labour law reform must go hand-in-hand with reforms that build workers' trust in management

S Ganesan

S Ganesan: Self-destructive suicide myths
S Ganesan

Farmers' suicides are a small part of a larger tragedy that afflicts Indian society as a whole, especially urban India

Sunil Mehta

Sunil Mehta: Achieving social responsibility to a T
Sunil Mehta

The Indian corporate sector has 'time, talent and treasure' in abundance. Now, the new Companies Act can provide the resolve