Air Algerie jet crashes, 110 passengers feared dead
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Delhi among top 10 largest plastic waste producing cities
The govt has taken various...
Narendra Modi will develop India into a Hindu state, says minister
Model accuses sr Mumbai IPS officer of rape
Sania Mirza slams BJP, Congress over outsider tag
Jul 24, 2014
BSE Sensex logs new peak, NSE Nifty scales 7,800 as markets soar for 8th day
BSE Sensex soared 125 pts to end at new record close of 26,271.85...
Ipca Lab shares tank 13.5%; m-cap down Rs 1,381 crore
Cabinet clears bill to empower Sebi to deal with ponzi schemes
From activists to dragon, Sebi getting all names: Chairman U K Sinha
Jaiprakash Power shares tank over 7% as TAQA calls off deal
Jul 24, 2014
Ford Vendors converge at Sanand; invest close to Rs 500 crore in Gujarat
Movement of 15-odd Ford vendors is the largest movement of auto ancillary units to Gujarat, after Ta...
AirAsia India to launch flights to Jaipur, Chandigarh
Swan Telecom was Reliance ADA Group company: CBI to 2G case witness
Air Asia appoints cargo sales agent
Jet, Etihad Airways woo passengers with 20-50% discount on fares
Jul 24, 2014
Narendra Modi govt can't bring back blackmoney 'in our lifetime': BJP MP
This flies in face of what Narendra Modi had declared as his intent.
Ashok Gajapath Raju cracks whip, gives 2-wk time to fix Chennai airport
90 pct business leaders in India expect economy to improve: LinkedIn
Narendra Modi govt does U-turn on Sardar Sarovar Dam in Gujarat
FIPB clears 19 FDI proposals entailing Rs 2,327 cr investment
Jul 24, 2014
Oplus XonPhone 5 launched on Snapdeal for Rs 7,999
Buoyed by response to its tablet, Oplus Tech launches second product in partnership with Snapdeal.
Hacking virus 'Bladabindi' prowling in India, targets Microsoft Windows OS
China registers sale of over 200 mn smarphones in 1H
Gionee offers Android 4.4.2 KitKat upgrade on ELife E7 mini
Apple Inc focus now shifts to iPhone 6 launch
Jul 24, 2014
British manufacturing emerges from years in the shadows
New business is coming from unexpected places to help power the whirring, high-tech lathes on the fa...
LG Electronics beats Q2 estimates as mobile division turns profit
PepsiCo raises outlook, looks to new Lay's flavors
Twitter admits to diversity problem in workforce
US top business place for investors: Barack Obama
Jul 24, 2014
Editorial: Fear of gold
Government needs to get it right on gold imports
Editorial: Judicious balance
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The Indian Express Group
Column: Striking the right trade deal
Tuesday 17 Jun '14
India must use the RCEP negotiations to become part of the APEC
Column: The curious case of diplomacy deficit
Thursday 20 Mar '14
Indian diplomacy has hardly reoriented to focus prominently on economics, trade and commerce
Column: Quality divide in higher education
Thursday 27 Feb '14
The faith of the resident Chinese in the the seats of higher learning in the country appears rather limited
Column: Growing without influencing?
Monday 27 Jan '14
Only six Chinese think-tanks, of the 436 in the country, figure among the top 100 think-tanks of the world
Column: Servicing China’s growth
Tuesday 14 Jan '14
The country’s new leadership is focusing on deeper integration with the global financial system
Column: Will it work?
Wednesday 08 Jan '14
Abe’s policies are reaping early dividends but their success could be impeded by a rise in CAD & ageing population
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Column: The 3rd Plenary and the battle for legacy
Friday 08 Nov '13
The tussle between President Xi's and Premier Li's factions at the plenum will shape China's economic policy
Column: Shanghai FTZ is the new Shenzhen
Friday 25 Oct '13
Like it did with Shenzhen, China is opening up its economy to global trade further
Cavassing China: China’s FTA rush
Wednesday 02 Oct '13
The new leadership is anxious to avoid the possibility of being left out of important regional agreements.
Column: China’s milk misery
Monday 23 Sep '13
The country has become heavily import-dependent after the 2008 milk scandal
Column: Economics of Constitutions
Wednesday 14 Aug '13
The Indian Constitution, unlike the Chinese, fails in highlighting any economic priorities or objectives
Column: China unlocks lending rates
Monday 29 Jul '13
PBOC’s inability to decontrol deposit rates reflects the resistance of China’s main state-owned banks to the move
Column: China and US property: dicey deals?
Friday 05 Jul '13
It remains to be seen whether the move has been rational or counter-productive
Column: Asymmetric trade threatens US ties
Wednesday 12 Jun '13
China has used the yuan and other domestic regulations for consolidating its export advantage
Column: China’s India inclination
Monday 20 May '13
hinese Premier Li Keqiang is visiting India within two months of the conclusion of the formal process of change in Chinese leadership.
Column: Are structural reforms for real?
Tuesday 30 Apr '13
For an economy used to growing at double-digit rates, the last several quarters have been unusual for China.
Column: Xi’s first trip abroad: priorities & challenges
Saturday 13 Apr '13
The BRICS summit at Durban was keenly watched for several reasons.
Column : Importing to export
Thursday 21 Feb '13
China’s status as the world’s largest goods exporter has much to do with its imports from Taiwan, South Korea and Japan.
Column : Will the Beijing sky be blue again?
Saturday 19 Jan '13
Pollution has reached alarming levels in many Chinese cities. China is paying the price of being the world’s factory.
Column : China in a changing region
Wednesday 02 Jan '13
A top priority for the new Chinese leadership will be addressing the challenges in the regional economic landscape.
Tuesday 11 Dec '12
A Free Trade Agreement between India and China will only be a strategic confidence building measure for now
Column : Change comes to China
Thursday 15 Nov '12
Apart from emphasising the importance of youth, the new leadership is also tackling issues like corruption head-on.
Column : Employers begin favouring Asian universities
Tuesday 06 Nov '12
And pass-outs from top Chinese institutions start becoming the most sought-after by global businesses.
Column : iPhones bring tears too
Thursday 25 Oct '12
The iPhone 5 would hardly have sold as much and as quickly, as it has, had it not had strong contract manufacturers assembling it overnight.
Column : Fighting themselves, not each other
Saturday 22 Sep '12
The political conflict has worsened since 2010, when China overtook Japan to become the second-largest economy
Curbs on gold import can go after situation improves: FM Arun Jaitley
Arun Jaitley's Budget disappoints, BSE Sensex tanks 348 pts, NSE Nifty inks biggest 16-mth weekly loss
Infosys Q1 profit up 21.6 pct; attrition rate at record 19.5%
MHA nod to FDI proposals within 3 months
Gold hits two-week high of Rs 28,680 on strong global cues
Union Budget 2014: Major hits and misses
Union Budget 2014: Big boost for infra, cheer for industry
Central GST for now: Survey
SAT upholds Sebi stand on FTIL not being ‘fit & proper’
BRICS to launch World Bank rival next week: Russia
Infra spending stands to get a substantial boost
Low key but effective Budget
Is Arun Jaitley Budget a P Chidambaram copy?
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