PM Narendra Modi now faces huge backlash
Even supporters accuse Narendra Modi of squandering a powerful mandate
Jaganmohan Reddy makes shocking derogatory remark in Andhra Pradesh Assembly
Defiant YSR Congress chief Jaganmohan Reddy says used 'just one word'...
Team India manager targets Anushka Sharma, Virat Kohli
'Small rape incident': Arun Jaitley assaulted entire female fraternity, says MC
Jaitley in 'rape' remark row, victim's parents flay him
Aug 22, 2014
Sebi relaxes norms for FTIL to divest stake in MCX
Commodity bourse MCX today said that the capital markets regulator Sebi...
After six months of outflows, Rs 110 cr flows into G-Secs in July
Buy rating on Glenmark Pharma
Nifty goes past 7,900-mark to close at fresh high; Sensex up for second week
Overweight rating on Cipla, target Rs 522
Aug 23, 2014
Arvind fills Gap in market, and how
Ties up with US major for 40 outlets in India starting with Delhi, Mumbai
Under ED lens, but Flipkart says did no wrong
India’s first: Scania’s ethanol-fuelled buses hit the road in Nagpur
IPAB admits Pfizer’s plea against rejection of patent for arthritis drug
Essar Oil informs small shareholders of delisting process
Aug 22, 2014
Narendra Modi now faces huge backlash for squandering people's powerful mandate
Even supporters accuse Narendra Modi of squandering a powerful mandate.
Low levels of coal stock heighten UP’s power crisis
MNC audit exemption for past transactions only with inflation adjustment
Successful policy implementation to make India $4.5trn economy: Dun & Bradstreet
Rain shortfall down to 18%, sown area 5% lower y-o-y
Aug 22, 2014
Spice launches Fire One Mi – FX 1 smartphones in India, ties up with Snapdeal
Spice & Mozilla will unveil the product on 29th August.
Scientists hack into Gmail with 92 per cent accuracy
Ouya scores Xiaomi partnership to take games to China
Microsoft to use Opera browser on feature phones, Asha
Spice, Intex to launch India's first Firefox smartphones
Aug 22, 2014
Amid outward calm, climate of fear cements Thai military rule
Kritsuda Khunasen said she was blindfolded and struggling to regain consciousness.
EBay considering PayPal spinoff - Report
Car rental firm Hertz latest victim of auto recalls
Noodles: Friend or foe? South Koreans defend diet
Some Fed officials want to slow economic help soon
Aug 22, 2014
Road projects get going
The April-June quarter of the current fiscal has seen a recovery of sorts in the road construction s...
Editorial: Mega-power problems
Editorial: More GST glitches
Cold Shower: Ice Bucket Challenge
Column: Agriculture not out of the woods yet
Banking & Finance
Travel & Tourism
FROM THE PRINT
Edits & Columns
Column : Improving stock futures
Column : Trapped in the wrong equilibrium
In the early 1990s, stock market trading took place through the BSE floor by open outcry. On a good day, BSE members did Rs 400 crore of turnover and earned 2% off buyers and sellers, thus bringing in
Column: Develop value chains for trade advantage
Column: Striking the right trade deal
India must use the RCEP negotiations to become part of the APEC
Column : Opportunity forgone
Will political uncertainty hurt investments?
Life is full of uncertainty. Any business factors this in, especially if hedging and risk-mitigation instruments exist.
darlington jose hector
Column: Showing signs of rebooting
Selling a new mantra
Mukesh Bansal’s life has started curving back to form a full circle.
Column : Good but not good enough
Column : What’s next for emerging markets?
After last week’s dramatic rout in global markets, investors are now facing a new, and disquieting environment in which long-held verities have been stood on their head.
Column: Hold on to interest rates
Column: Open up the capital account
India needs to let go of needless controls while allowing the global financial system to adapt locally
Column : Did the earth move for you?
Not just a military matter
The global balance of power is slowly but surely shifting. America decided, earlier this year, to put its fiscal interests ahead of continuing the war in Afghanistan.
krishnamurthy v subramanian
Column : Grey hair’s back in fashion
Column : The search for an heir
If one leaves out the smooth CEO succession at ICICI a couple of years ago, we notice that family-run businesses are being more proactive in planning CEO successions when compared to the professionall
k vaidya nathan
Column: Use the Ostrom design
Column: Mapping Modinomics and the new Cabinet
The new PM’s initiative of coalescing ministries is consistent with the idea of supply-side economics
Column: It’s the rupee again
Column : Can we work from the revenue side?
Government needs to start with the likely revenues, and then move on to allocate expenditure accordingly
Column: Urbanisation begets talent
Column: Southern comfort
Though BJP states get credited for better electricity connectivity, southern states fare the best
High impact labour reform needed
Column: Stop pandering to just 5% of the workers
It is economic insanity to try and fill a hole in the exisiting pension scheme by digging a bigger one
Column: Brics and straws
The troubles looming for the BJP/NDA coalition are already on the surface.
Abenomics to reflate Japan’s economy
Column : India in Obama’s new Asia pivot
President Barack Obama’s second term is likely to put the US on a somewhat different ideological path, relative to the 20th century American capitalism one is so familiar with.
The great rights debate
Making government work
Decentralisation and competition incentives can effect positive changes in the governmental machinery at the state and local level
Oil over troubled waters
Not a sweet solution
The increase in the floor price of sugarcane by 19% is a bonanza for the Uttar Pradesh farmers.
Unpacking the Bihar story
Now make it work
Pranab Mukherjee’s Budget speech had its share of frank confessions. No I am not referring to the quote from Hamlet.
Decoding the magic of Mani
A tireless hunter of happy endings
Whether it was with lovers or brothers, Bachchan or Shahrukh, in the 1950s or 2000s, Yash Chopra’s films remained ridden with the separation-anxiety of Partition.
Aware of probe, Daiichi added FDA clause
‘Tariffs should have been raised yesterday’
Telcos in India are grappling not just with fierce competition or high customer acquisition costs, but a tough regulatory environment in which the soaring cost of spectrum is pressuring their balance
Column: A case for cutting repo rate
Column: Inflation and excess demand
Has India finally turned a corner in the battle against inflation?
The no-frills man
The office of the low-cost carrier IndiGo is located in a swanky building in Gurgaon and, as we wait for the company president Aditya Ghosh at its office, everything screams ‘low cost’—the rickety rec
‘Right things’ by India before Obama meet will help capital: PM
Outplacement clauses in the Bill could hurt Indian IT
'The Bill, in the form in which it has gone through in the Senate, has tough provisions for companies like ours.'
BRICS & the limits of interdependence
How Murdoch worsened Obama’s ordeal
As media mogul Rupert Murdoch’s empire battles its worst crisis ever, after the phone hacking expose in the UK, this once-almighty controller of information in the Anglo-Saxon world finds himself bere
Govt looking at relaxing spectrum trading rules
TRAI bid to keep check on political, corporate links of media houses
TRAI is expected to recommend legislators to publicly declare their relationship with media houses.
Column: Poor maths
Fixing problem STEMs
Since Som Mittal took over as Nasscom’s president, he has seen industry growth wither and the US introduce 40 Bills with some type of protectionism—he may have just weathered the worst, he tells Sunil
To dhoti or not to dhoti?
The grand tapestry
The founder of embroidery house Vastrakala in Chennai tells Sushila Ravindranath why he sold it to Paris-based Chanel
Column : Why don’t we invest in equity?
Column : Understand lobbying to regulate it
Political lobbying has been the subject of intense controversy in our country ever since the leaked Radia tapes first hit the headlines.
yoginder k alagh
Column : Response to the global chill
Gearing up in 2012
I did not write about this new year because of a sense of déjà vu. I had said in my Express column at budget time in 2011 that with a high interest rate coming and with investment and export growth sl
Ads by Google
Lakshmi Mittal's bid to buy UK mountain sparks protests
PM Narendra Modi meets Sushil Koirala, discusses ways to boost bilateral ties
Air India targets global aviation market
High returns in less time may mean big trouble: Sebi
Swiss gold exports to India rise to 42%; hit Rs 50k cr
NICA may get power to override state authorities
Easy come, easy go
IT & telecom drive net up in Q1, infra still to recover from slowdown
BP & Niko cannot be party to arbitration
Syndicate Bank CMD in CBI net on bribery charge
Salman Khan's 'Kick' vs 'Jai Ho', 'Ek Tha Tiger'
Beating insomnia YouTube style
NSEL scam: Will investors ever get their money back?
Best Buying Options