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T N Ninan

T N Ninan: Find the men for the job
T N Ninan

Can India's public sector come to the rescue of the Indian economy? That's the question which the government has asked, in the finance ...

Deepak Lal

Deepak Lal: The future of Palestine
Deepak Lal

A two-state solution looks increasingly unlikely - and, for Israel, unnecessary

Aditi Phadnis

Aditi Phadnis: From heyday to Mayday
Aditi Phadnis

The handling of SpiceJet shows that political power is one thing, business acumen is quite another