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India’s corporate outlook

India’s second largest software services provider Infosys reported a 27% year-on-year growth in net ...

Infosys shares fall 8.5%Crisil expects RBI to cut repo rates by 50-75 bps
Beyond trading ties
Lifestyle Pakistan, which concludes today, was not just an event to bolster trade relations between ...

Perk us up

This is the dull season for F&B in India; some tips and trends from around the world that our chefs ...

BJP, the lonely

There are reasons why it is easy to understand the BJP’s jubilation at the Gujarat SIT’s reprieve to...

Olympian leap

A synchronised and collective dropping of jaws across the globe is what all Olympic organisers aim f...

Should cotton exports be banned?

There should be no ban or restriction of any kind on cotton exports as it amounts to the Indian farm...
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Why are we always anti-poor?
Today it is sexy to criticise two programmes of the government, the proposed Food Security Bill and ...
People may now advance their house purchases
Despite the slowdown in the economy, the home loan segment continues to see strong growth.
Information related to the integrity of a public servant is personal
The Supreme Court, in the case of Schlumberger Asia Services Ltd vs ONGC,
Conundrum resolved
To describe in simple words, the law ministry’s very recent proposal to validate the ‘call’ and ‘put...
Surat gets it right on water
Surat, the city of diamonds, textiles, and zari was earlier known as Suryapur.
Do PSU bailouts distort competition?
Finance minister P Chidambaram, while speaking at the Annual Day of the CCI
Managing India’s manufacturing
In my last column, I suggested that the quality of management may be a critical stumbling block to i...
The many interpretations of Ben Bernanke
On Wednesday in Washington, Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke presented congressional testimony ...
The giant fix
FRANKLY, it is too tempting not to start National Interest with a “we told you so”.
Taking the road less travelled
For the breed of tourists who prefer the comfort of mini-homes while camping in the lap of nature,
summer escapes
Sluggishness associated with summer is definitely not affecting travellers this summer
Why blame the discoms?
Electricity tariff revision in Delhi is round the corner. Politicised as it is, this subject has alw...
'Rule violations can’t be termed malpractices'
KC Chakrabarty, Dy Guv, RBI, explains cbank has initiated corrective action post-Cobrapost sting.
President’s power to pardon
In a judgment that will cheer workmen, the Supreme Court has reiterated that the dues of workmen of ...
Marrying monetary policy and regulation
If the global crisis—and the events that led up to it—have taught us anything,
Should gas prices be raised as per Rangarajan plan?
Gas is a natural resource which is ‘inherently’ more energy efficient
Favouring PSUs can be anti-competitive
At the Competition Commission of India annual day lecture on Monday, finance minister P Chidambaram ...
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