- Going back to basics: Make labour laws simple, protect workers' rights
- Police is overstaffed, well paid but lacks basic equipment for the job
- Health associations warn against dangers of LGBT 'conversion therapy'
- Gujarat minister Nitin Patel's ambitions may have to take a back seat now
- Experiences by rail, air passengers expose Centre-state coordination
- Allowing pvt sector to mine and sell coal commercially is a mammoth task
- Cement companies face hard truths as revival looks tough due to Covid-19
- Ending monopoly of mandis is good, but process could be problematic
- With other countries also in race, make-in-India pitch will be challenging
- India's window of opportunity for attracting companies is closing
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 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 20, 2020, Wednesday
Manufacturers in India and China were anticipating growth on the back of an infrastructure splurge. The pandemic has forced them ...
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 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 08, 2020, Friday
Deshpande, who completed his schooling from DAV Public School, Thane, was a globe trotter from a young age
May 04, 2020, Monday
The anticipated economic slump is likely to weaken their prospects
April 29, 2020, Wednesday
Despite government effort, food companies, retailers continue to depend mainly on mandis for procurement
April 27, 2020, Monday
Significantly expanding the budget for the rural employment guarantee scheme is vital, but so is exploring other forms of job ...
April 23, 2020, Thursday
The Railways had to run its freight operations, probably becoming the only lifeline for the nation in moving essentials when ...
June 02, 2020, Tuesday
India's police strength exceeds China, a totalitarian state with a larger population, or large countries like USA and Russia
May 31, 2020, Sunday
The Division Bench of the high court had last week described Ahmedabad Civil Hospital, the state's biggest Covid-19 facility, as ...
May 25, 2020, Monday
The government plans to auction 50 mines immediately
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 13, 2020, Wednesday
The window of opportunity for attracting companies looking to divert investments from the Asian manufacturing giant is closing
May 11, 2020, Monday
The draft is long on intent but short on detail
May 07, 2020, Thursday
Ferrying migrant workers back to their states would be the largest special service by any railway network in the world in one go. ...
May 03, 2020, Sunday
He holds a master's degree in English and was a teacher and a journalist. He has also published two books
April 28, 2020, Tuesday
Components makers are reinventing their business to transform and survive in a post-Covid world
April 26, 2020, Sunday
Dhankar has been vocal against the state government's handling of the Covid-19 pandemic