June 29, 2020, Monday
The business dynamics are stacked against white label ATMs, which could impact the government's goal of financial inclusion
June 24, 2020, Wednesday
Chances are any such disruption will not occur on the major shipping lanes but on some edge of the ocean between India and China
June 23, 2020, Tuesday
India's oil marketing year runs from November to October and during 2018-19 vegetable oil imports were up 3.5 per cent to 15.55 ...
June 22, 2020, Monday
Prospects of a normal monsoon and an expanded government food programme are helping in a modest recovery
June 17, 2020, Wednesday
Investment in public infrastructure will be essential to pull the economy out of the massive downturn the pandemic has imposed
June 16, 2020, Tuesday
The migrant workers' crisis is also the tragedy of contract workers, who have been growing in numbers over the years
June 10, 2020, Wednesday
Shrinking domestic demand offers the industry the chance to become globally competitive
June 09, 2020, Tuesday
Six iterations of annual data over a three-year period raise serious questions about the reliability of national income data as a ...
June 08, 2020, Monday
Problems in production-sharing agreements with the government have haunted private oil and gas companies for years
June 03, 2020, Wednesday
It's not just the inability to downsize that constrains it but opaque hiring practices and the illogic of size-based legal ...
June 02, 2020, Tuesday
India's police strength exceeds China, a totalitarian state with a larger population, or large countries like USA and Russia
June 01, 2020, Monday
Three Indian mental health associations issued separate statements last month pointing to the dangers of 'conversion therapy' ...
May 26, 2020, Tuesday
The differing experiences between rail and air passengers after the limited resumption of services have underlined the ...
May 25, 2020, Monday
The government plans to auction 50 mines immediately
May 20, 2020, Wednesday
Manufacturers in India and China were anticipating growth on the back of an infrastructure splurge. The pandemic has forced them ...
May 19, 2020, Tuesday
Ending the monopoly of the mandis is a good thing, but early experiences show that the process can be problematic
May 18, 2020, Monday
The government's efforts to persuade global manufacturers to divert production from China may be more difficult than it thinks
May 13, 2020, Wednesday
The window of opportunity for attracting companies looking to divert investments from the Asian manufacturing giant is closing
May 12, 2020, Tuesday
The pre-owned car market is headed for a boom in the post-lockdown era as cars acquire a utilitarian value for people
May 11, 2020, Monday
The draft is long on intent but short on detail
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- Low duties, inadequate incentives keep the target slippery for edible oils
- Tractor makers buck the slowdown, expect volumes to increase 5-10%
- The Fastag track could be key to the government's ambitious programme
- India's contract labour laws are riddled with incentives for corruption
- Covid-19 crisis: Test for steel industry as domestic demand shrinks
- GDP: The devil is in the revisions
- How govt's late afterthoughts and claims have haunted oil and gas sector
- Going back to basics: Make labour laws simple, protect workers' rights