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  • Ajay Shah

    AI revolution and jobs in India Ajay Shah

    For Indian public policy thinking, there is no looming threat of large-scale job loss. A vast class of global production, of goods and services, remains in play for India

  • Debashis Basu

    Spinning loot of public money as success story Debashis Basu

    Will shrinking PSBs, with restive employees, present a bigger challenge for the government?

  • A K Bhattacharya

    Two social media posts A K Bhattacharya

    A 'virtual' resignation and the resolve to raise the tax-to-GDP ratio by 1.5 percentage points say a lot about North Block

  • Vinayak Chatterjee

    Time for a unified transport system Vinayak Chatterjee

    Indian cities, too, need to put commuters at the centre of their transportation decision-making. A Unified Metropolitan Transport Authority is an inescapable and urgent precondition

  • Devangshu Datta

    Election hurdle for sentiment Devangshu Datta

    Any downturn is an opportunity to build a multi-cap portfolio

  • Sukumar Mukhopadhyay

    Getting definitions right for fiscal economics Sukumar Mukhopadhyay

    There are three definitions for the purpose of fiscal statutes: a statutory definition, the definition in market parlance and a scientific definition

  • 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

  • Premvir Das

    Walk the talk on maritime security Premvir Das

    To become a major player in the world in the next 20 years, India must create greater capabilities at sea

  • Kishore Singh

    Diving into chaos Kishore Singh

    Railings, steps, lights, underwater stools, cleaning plants, draining pits - who'd have thought a simple pool could cause such a big headache

  • Keya Sarkar

    Stitches to order Keya Sarkar

    Kantha is an art that they learn from their mothers and grandmothers and take immense pride in their creations

  • Sunanda K Datta-Ray

    Here we go again... Sunanda K Datta-Ray

    The reimposition of Governor's Rule on J&K means that 71 years after independence, the Centre still hasn't a clue about how all Kashmiris can be reconciled to their Indian identity

  • Mihir S Sharma

    As Kashmir burns Mihir S Sharma

    The most worrying aspect of the fecklessness is the consistent mishandling of Kashmir

  • Devangshu Datta

    Complaint from an Indian atheist Devangshu Datta

    Globally, the solstice is celebrated by atheists as well, as Atheist Solidarity Day. "Atheist" in this context may be defined as the non-religious, or non-faithful

  • Uddalok Bhattacharya

    Disadvantage tennis Uddalok Bhattacharya

    The 1920s of tennis is sometimes seen as the age of Bill Tilden though, except in the US National Championships, he had not been a mind-blowing success anywhere else

  • T C A Srinivasa-Raghavan

    The BJP and the Folk Theorem T C A Srinivasa-Raghavan

    The Folk Theorem, on the other hand, depends on patience and foresight, which is a very Narasimha Rao, Manmohan Singh, Atal Bihari Vajpayee quality