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  • Devangshu Datta

    Decoding consciousness Devangshu Datta

    Studying DID could give us an insight into the nature of consciousness

  • Aakar Patel

    Condemned by consensus Aakar Patel

    India has done little to rebut the global accusation inherent in describing the border state as 'Indian-administered' Kashmir

  • Udit Misra

    Saaf niyat, not really Mr Modi Udit Misra

    Four years into his term, Modi Sarkar, as the National Democratic Alliance government at the Centre hopes it would be characterised, seems to have shut its policy shop

  • Somasekhar Sundaresan

    Much to thank Kejriwal and Baijal for Somasekhar Sundaresan

    When a vague and open veto power resides with an external authority, the effectiveness of its usage lies in the absence of confrontation. Only a litigious battle can put these arrangements to rest

  • Nitin Desai

    Debt markets for development Nitin Desai

    Reforms in infrastructure strategy, bank governance and debt markets needed to prevent future NPA traumas

  • Ajay Chhibber

    Economy: Between a rock and a hard place Ajay Chhibber

    The government unveiled a series of half-hearted measures to address it and kept kicking the can down the road

  • Mihir S Sharma

    The GE way out Mihir S Sharma

    It appears that Dow Jones has dropped the storied conglomerate GE - which has had a very disappointing few years and in fact decades - from its "industrial average" index the world's most widely watch

  • Will EPFO hold you hostage? Harsh Roongta

    EPFO should let the subscribers decide how they want to invest and also allow the government to tax early withdrawals

  • A K Bhattacharya

    If big business is miffed with Mr Modi, then it only suits him electorally A K Bhattacharya

    There is no doubt that Mr Modi has guided his policy away from one that India Inc expected to be openly and substantively pro-business

  • Vanita Kohli-Khandekar

    The online video reality Vanita Kohli-Khandekar

    If online video wants to be taken seriously, it should learn a few lessons from TV on metrics and monetisation

  • Anjuli Bhargava

    Flight of fantasy on Air India Anjuli Bhargava

    'Three suggestions' on how to get on with fixing this mess

  • Parthasarathi Shome

    International taxation Parthasarathi Shome

    Is global reaction to the OECD's base erosion and profit shifting actions drifting?

  • Ajit Balakrishnan

    Net neutrality and the privacy debate Ajit Balakrishnan

    Indian policy makers must see the choices before them as economic, not moral, ones

  • Shailesh Dobhal

    Delivering the goods Shailesh Dobhal

    Egged on by e-commerce firms and technology, doorstep delivery will be the new battleground for brick-and-mortar retailers and marketers too

  • Amit Tandon

    Auditors: Signing out Amit Tandon

    Unfortunately, regulations today do not permit a more open dialogue between auditors and investors