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  • Arpinder Singh

    How threats to data privacy are fuelling regulatory reform Arpinder Singh

    The rapid growth of data sets requires the building of holistic security and protection frameworks

  • Aman Singh

    Doing business: The importance of culture Aman Singh

    In the next three to five years, a study of actual investment trends will probably be the most reliable proof of how influential the Ease of Doing Business reforms have been

  • Suhit Sen

    Croatia, unsurprisingly Suhit Sen

    Croatia had won independence in 1991 after the fall of the USSR and the dismemberment of empires and countries

  • Vikram Johri

    Netflix games Vikram Johri

    In its treatment, Sacred Games diverges significantly from the book that inspired it

  • Jayant Tripathi

    The love that dare not speak its name Jayant Tripathi

    The key words here are "consensual" and "adult"

  • M S Mani

    What lies ahead for the GST? M S Mani

    The frequent changes in the compliance framework, as well as the fact that the entire compliance machinery was dependent on the technology portal, made it difficult for many smaller businesses

  • D P Srivastava

    Iran, Opec and the politics of oil D P Srivastava

    The oil cartel's decision to maintain the production ceiling at its 2016 level will ensure shortfalls in supply and high oil prices in the foreseeable future

  • Vikram Johri

    Thought policing Vikram Johri

    The modern Left is unable to make this distinction because when tackling other historical wrongs, it burdens entire communities with the crimes of their ancestors

  • Aaron Brown

    Crypto-universe expands beyond bitcoin Aaron Brown

    Roubini attributes the recent change of attitude to advances in technology, but previous advances were accepted only in minimal doses

  • Harpreet Singh

    UAE's VAT law a good model for India's GST Harpreet Singh

    It could be argued that considering the vast differences in size, economic maturity and diversity of the two countries, it is unfair to compare their tax regimes

  • Arindam Gupta

    The end of financial inclusion? Arindam Gupta

    With India in the grip of a farm crisis, it may be unwise for the government to withdraw the Pradhan Mantri Jan Dhan Yojana, more so because there have been no elaborate studies on its impact

  • Suharsh Sinha

    A wake-up call for promoters Suharsh Sinha

    The Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code will strengthen lenders' rights and transform corporate behaviour by discouraging profligate borrowing and cavalier attitude towards debt servicing

  • Jitendra Kumar Das

    The case for autonomy in higher education Jitendra Kumar Das

    Establishing new universities that are progressive, innovative and quick to adapt to a changing world needs careful planning and an understanding of the weaknesses of the current system

  • Vikram Johri

    Kim's Korea Vikram Johri

    An excellent 2015 film called Kim Jong-un: The Unauthorized Biography, currently streaming on Amazon Prime Video, gives us a preliminary assessment of the man incharge of the communist nation

  • Tarun Das

    Pranab babu's RSS visit: Seven dimensions Tarun Das

    Indians should follow his example, not question his motives