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Hindenburg's hydrogen connection

Devangshu Datta

It is ironic that a research outfit that has accused the Adani group of financial manipulation is named after a disaster that continues to haunt the world's hydrogen ambitions

The case for baby RBIs

T C A Srinivasa-Raghavan

Despite its admirable competence and proven track record, the Reserve Bank of India doesn't have the capacity to supervise an economy that's growing so fast and becoming larger by the year

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Hindenburg flames again: Can Adani repeat what Dhirubhai did in the 80s?

The last time a bear attack was launched on a businessman gaining prominence rapidly was in the early 1980s when a cabal of brokers took on "an over-priced Reliance share", recalls T N Ninan

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Indian insurers may have to tackle pricey reinsurance amidst global crises

Impact of global hardening of rates on India difficult to predict, say analysts

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Meta-owned WhatsApp working on new software that uses Apple Mac Catalyst

Electron and Catalyst are software development frameworks that help developers create desktop apps