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Editorial: There goes the rate cut

Urjit Patel ‘glide path’ means RBI will stay put

Column: Why RBI should cut ratesColumn: At what cost to growth?
Editorial: Getting Infy on track
Nine senior level exits in 9 months tells on topline

Column: Will Modi ‘waste’ his mandate?

Even in the BJP’s Chhattisgarh, the costs of running the PDS outweigh the benefits—Aadhaar is the ob...

Column: Competition law versus IP rights

The courts and other authorities should allow the CCI to deliver on its mandate

Letters to the editor

Apropos of the editorial “Modi is the message” the Bharatiya Janata Party seems to have upended the ...

Banking on confusing signals

What ministry of finance & RBI do today leaves little room for genuine discretionary banking
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Wrong Number
Getting to see impact of WhatsApp or Viber on telcos is a waste of time for the Trai
Managing shareholder activism
The decision-making power of the board must not be strangled by corporate governance
Three expensive milliseconds
We’re giving huge sums to the financial industry while receiving little or nothing in return
Time ripe for de-stocking FCI
India’s position as the world’s largest rice exporter, exporting about 10 million tonnes (mt) per an...
Column: How Greece can turn vice to virtue
The main channel through which a virtuous cycle could operate is investment
Editorial: Lessons for babus
PC Parakh’s book should inspire fellow bureaucrats
Letters to the editor
This refers to the news item “Bandhan Financial, IDFC win banking licences, India Post in the queue”...
Diminishing returns for dynasties
Dynasties may exist but democracy has the power to equalise dynasts
Market Matters
Few of our leaders appear to be investing, directly or indirectly, in stock markets — that’s worryin...
Taxing value
Getting it right is the taxman’s biggest challenge
Shifting stance on valuation norms
RBI changing its role from the regulator of the pricing/valuation policy to one of monitoring is a b...
Making govt spending on agriculture productive
The new government needs to support farm mechanisation, create irrigation facilities and curb fertil...
After May 16
Seven tectonic shifts: from a BJP with a high command to a dramatic decline of Congress, and rise of...
Reverse Gear
Scientists manipulate a gene to reverse organ ageing in live mice
The agriculture solution
Most immediate is the one on offer for the Budget
Can’t afford low growth
$40bn of FII money at stake immediately
Letters to the editor
This refers to your editorial ‘Robotrise’ (FE, April 1). Look at robotics this way.
Column: Why not the best?
As much as creating new centres of higher education, the next government would need to revamp the ex...
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