FPIs may set up SPVs in Mauritius, Singapore to avoid surcharge hike

Jet Airways interim RP receives claims of over Rs 24,000 crore from lenders

Sebi seeks to address issue of abrupt auditor exits from listed companies

T C A Srinivasa-Raghavan No, private sector banks were not blameless; nationalisation was inevitable

Centre, 5 state govts for ban on TikTok, Helo; 2 more may join in

World Bank decides not to fund project to build AP's new capital Amaravati

India not availing export licence exemptions: US deputy assistant secretary

MDs on 'forced' leave, but it's business as usual for ICRA and Care Ratings

Best of BS Opinion Have our institutions responded adequately to frauds?

At least 33 killed in 'appalling' arson attack on Japanese animation studio

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17% of corporate social responsibility fund unspent among listed companies

DHFL crisis: Insurers seek Irdai nod to be part of inter-creditor agreement

Startups face 200% fine for non-compliance with govt norms on angel tax


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Budget 2019 marks a paradigm shift

Rajiv Kumar

illustration: Binay Sinha It quells all doubts about the private sector being the dominant agent for wealth creation in the economy

Protecting India's river basins

Mihir Shah

Water crisis, Chennai water crisis Large structural changes to river channels can lead to unforeseen and dangerous hydrological, social and ecological consequences


50 years of nationalisation

Status quo on banks will increase the burden on the exchequer

Mr Jadhav's reprieve

ICJ ruling demands skilful diplomatic responses from India

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Samsung Galaxy A80

At Rs 47,990, Samsung Galaxy A80 is the most expensive A-series smartphone

The Samsung Galaxy A80 is priced at Rs 47,990, which makes it the most expensive A-series smartphone. The phone will be available for pre-orders ...

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