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Aditi Phadnis Capital crisis in Andhra Pradesh

Shekhar Gupta Adani crisis the greatest stress test for Indian capitalism yet

Operational date for Adani's Godda thermal power plant to be delayed again

PM Modi emerges most popular global leader with approval rating of 78%

From China to big sky: The balloon that unnerved the White House

Indian crypto exchange WazirX moves funds after Binance cuts off service

PM to inaugurate HAL's new helicopter manufacturing factory in Karnataka

Arvind Subramanian The age of verbiage

Our new mantra is to bring back growth: Cognizant India CMD Rajesh Nambiar

BoB well placed when it comes to its exposure to Adani Group: CEO Chadha

Finance Secy T V Somanathan terms Adani Group row as 'storm in the tea cup'

New tax regime won't endanger country's savings rate: Revenue secretary

Disallowing input tax credit may increase CSR cost, impact beneficiaries

 
 

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Capital crisis in Andhra Pradesh

Aditi Phadnis

The idea of three capitals has not been abandoned, even as the state lurches from financial crisis to crisis

The age of verbiage

Arvind Subramanian

Without a modicum of self-restraint, the constant stream of hot takes might end up undermining the informed debate that undergirds all open societies

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The stakes get bigger: Why Gautam Adani had to re-assess his position

A fight could have spread effects not only on those who financed the projects Adani embarked on, but also the govt's manufacturing and infrastructure ambitions, writes T N Ninan

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Very bullish on India, describes 'hugely exciting market' : Tim Cook

Very bullish on India, says Apple CEO; describes country as a major focus

Apple CEO Tim Cook has said he is very bullish on India and described the country as a major focus and "hugely exciting market