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  • Mahesh Vyas

    Smart pickup in good jobs Mahesh Vyas

    The estimated 0.7 million additional jobs created by listed companies may easily more than offset the recent layoffs seen in tech companies

  • K P Krishnan

    The regulatory puzzle of MIIs K P Krishnan

    Market infrastructure institutions are being turned into de facto PSUs. Have we failed to find the right balance in their operations?

  • Indrajit Gupta

    Entering the final stretch Indrajit Gupta

    The NDTV takeover battle is reaching its climax and there are many likely scenarios at play

  • T C A Srinivasa-Raghavan

    Going truly federal: Why states should be allowed to levy an income tax T C A Srinivasa-Raghavan

    We need to ask why, in India, income tax is levied only by the Centre while in many other federations, the constituent units also levy it

  • Bharat Bhushan

    What 'teaching a lesson' in Gujarat means Bharat Bhushan

    The national security paradigm is another device to herd voters behind the BJP, which is projected as the last line of defence between a secure India and its perceived enemies

  • TNC Rajagopalan

    WTO calls for free trade in goods to cope with climate change TNC Rajagopalan

    The WTO report argues that trade is part of the solution for achieving a low carbon, resilient, and just transition

  • Surinder Sud

    Growing across nations and continents Surinder Sud

    According to agriculture ministry estimates, exotic fruits were grown in 2021-22 in over 2.8 million hectares. The area under such crops was almost negligible in the early 2000s

  • Tamal Bandyopadhyay

    Public Credit Registry: What's that? Tamal Bandyopadhyay

    PCR needs to be backed and governed by a comprehensive Public Credit Registry Act in consultation with the govt, and it must follow the latest privacy guidelines based on a laid-down consent framework

  • Ajay Shah

    What ails the investors & firms? Ajay Shah

    Handing over the keys to CEOs does not do justice to the possibilities of each firm

  • Shekhar Gupta

    A Gujarat gamble Shekhar Gupta

    The cycle of politics is brutal, it doesn't have the concept of a strategic timeout. I'd rather not buy the idea that Rahul's holding his fire until 2024

  • Uddalok Bhattacharya

    The game is lost Uddalok Bhattacharya

    Over the past two decades, sport in India has been through a peculiar transformation. The collective interest in games holds only as long as Indians are participating in major tournaments

  • Aditi Phadnis

    The 'traitor' trait in the Congress Aditi Phadnis

    Paul Brass's research on the Congress factions in Uttar Pradesh in the 1960s and 1970s holds true even today. Factions in the party are active and alive, and not merely in UP

  • T N Ninan

    The future of Indian economy: Should it play the power game or values game? T N Ninan

    India must decide what it wants to be - a country admired for its soft power and market, or an arbitrary state that can do what it wills with both individuals and businesses - writes T N Ninan

  • T C A Srinivasa-Raghavan

    Central banks battling inequality? West might be catching up with India T C A Srinivasa-Raghavan

    A paper asks whether central banks should care about inequality. In India, the RBI has been doing it for decades

  • Harsh V Pant

    New Delhi's counter-terrorism outreach Harsh V Pant

    For a nation such as India, which is among the countries most affected by terrorism, this is a time to take the lead in continuing to keep the spotlight on the menace of terrorism