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  • Sunita Narain

    Cows, vigilantism, vegetarianism and farmers Sunita Narain

    We need to find ways to nurture this economy in which individual farmers benefit from the small-scale operation

  • Ajay Shah

    Foundations for health policy Ajay Shah

    A key input is networks of health care providers that offer comprehensive care to individuals

  • TNC Rajagopalan

    Higher onus on trade in new audit approach TNC Rajagopalan

    Under the new scheme, transaction-based audit will be confined to a few transactions under the risk management system

  • Devangshu Datta

    Rely on auto sector Devangshu Datta

    With many stocks hitting 52-week lows, this could be a good time to enter. But be prepared to hold for two-three years

  • Sukumar Mukhopadhyay

    Exaggeration of evasion is dangerous Sukumar Mukhopadhyay

    The reason why blatant exaggeration of evasion figures is dangerous is that it distorts the policy decision

  • S K Sarkar

    Leading the global tech revolution S K Sarkar

    A handful of Indian technology visionaries are leaders of the new industrial revolution that is taking place in the second decade of the twenty-first century

  • Kanika Datta

    Ideal worship Kanika Datta

    In India, leveraging the machinery of state to settle disturbances arising from matters of faith is not unheard of

  • Sunil Sethi

    Quiet champions of the south Sunil Sethi

    There is a degree of civility, efficiency, cleanliness and cultural ease here that has all but vanished in the squalid, chaotic and rootless urban agglomerations of the Hindi heartland

  • Devangshu Datta

    How cricket has changed over the years Devangshu Datta

    Now, captains, coaches and bowlers do their best to work out specific contingency plans for every individual member of the opposition

  • Shekhar Gupta

    Shekhar Gupta: Rahul Gandhi needs votes, not just retweets Shekhar Gupta

    His 'hate-Modi' campaign might hurt BJP but won't win votes for Congress because it doesn't know what its base is

  • Mitali Saran

    The 'Department of Big Moves This January' has hit the deck running Mitali Saran

    And we're not even halfway through the month

  • Kishore Singh

    Big can be beautiful too Kishore Singh

    Since each is the size of a football, every time we have cabbage - and we seem to have it a lot - there is much more of it to go around

  • Keya Sarkar

    Waste not, want not Keya Sarkar

    This year, the administration of Burdwan district has barred farmers from sowing the winter paddy as it is dependent solely on ground water

  • T C A Srinivasa-Raghavan

    The government-RBI game T C A Srinivasa-Raghavan

    Governor Shaktikanta Das' biggest challenge is to convert the game from a non-cooperative one, which his two predecessors had made it, to a cooperative one

  • Aditi Phadnis

    The AGP's real dilemma Aditi Phadnis

    The Asom Gana Parishad's fears relating to the Citizenship (Amendment) Bill are not misplaced. But does the party still matter in Assam's politics?