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Letters to the editor

Column: Will the rupee break out of the range?
What needs to be seen is whether the intervention strategy of RBI will be asymmetric.

Column: How to survive the currency war

Since all other currencies in the world will depreciate against the strengthening dollar, India does...

Pay School

Higher pay for teachers doesn’t lead to better learning outcomes, studies find.

Editorial: The Amazon tax

Rules for e-commerce need to be urgently framed.

Editorial: Fear of the Fed

Rates will rise fast, India needs to ready itself.
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Letter to the editor: EU’s distress
Apropos of the column by Renu Kohli “Why global growth is still uncertain” (FE, September 11), natio...
Editorial: reclining Battles
Comfortable seating in budget airlines is possible, but would involve hiking ticket prices
Editorial: Bonding with India
Foreign investors betting on reform prospects
Editorial: Modi SEZ right thing
Tax, other sops likely to be restored
Defence must vacate spectrum for wireless broadband
The defence and telecom ministries should collaborate instead of fighting with each other on the hol...
Why Scotland must not leave the UK
The world will not benefit, now or in the future, from an independent Scotland
Editorial: Double whammy
IIP is depressing while inflation remains elevated
Editorial: Not by Draghi alone
Germany needs to help rescue Europe
India’s new growth paradigm
Prime Minister Narendra Modi is focusing on Asian partners China and Japan...
Digital wallet revolution: Apple Pay points towards new era of commerce
Apple Inc's digital wallet, if widely adopted, could usher in a new era of ease and convenience.
Column: Monetary policy irrelevant for inflation
CPI inflation is explained by MSP inflation. Repo rates, inflation targeting, money supply, etc, pla...
Column: Grounded before takeoff?
Regional connectivity policy should not be pushed at the cost of the airlines
Letter to the editor: Fighting the Ponzi fire
Apropos of the column “Tightening regulatory noose around Ponzi schemes”(FE, September 12), the situ...
Editorial: Privacy Dichotomy
Internet users need to be less suspicious of the online companies as far as privacy is concerned
Transfer-pricing in the world of BEPS
OECD’s BEPS action plan will change India’s transfer-pricing landscape
Editorial: Modi’s Coal lndia test
Will govt back off on stake sale?
Tightening regulatory noose around Ponzi schemes
The Securities Laws (Amendment) Bill, 2014, which was cleared by Parliament last month...
EPFO’s pension trap
The new rules leave the EPFO with only a few years over which its pension scheme can stay sustainabl...
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