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Secularism is dead!

If the opinion polls turn out to be generally correct, and Narendra Modi comes to power, it will unl...

Sonia, Rahul cheating youths: Narendra Modi'Modi' means 'Man Of Damage to India": Singhvi
Editorial: Limited upside
About 6.5% in 5 years seems reasonable now

Editorial: Sticking to its knitting

RIL’s retail/telecom will take a while to give value

Sagging Spirits

Falling sales, thanks to an “anti-extravagance” China, is a sobering reality for makers of premium l...

Letters to the editor: Falling water tables

The edit “Exporting water” (FE, April 18) rightly raises the issue of growing the wrong crops at the...

Column: Is high voter turnout anti-incumbent?

A 1% increase in turnout is associated with reduction in incumbent’s vote share by 0.3%
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Column: For a better trade balance
Manufacturing’s share in exports must go up, gold curbs need to be revisited
The Fed’s puzzling uncertainties
In the last few years, the Fed has consistently overestimated growth and job creation
Risk-readiness needs a rethink
Boards must shed traditional oversight, adopt Enterprise Risk Management
Column: Gujarat’s other calling card
Whether it is female infanticide or mortality, education or health indicators, Modi’s Gujarat has do...
Column: Making magic realism
The key to conveying a complex reality, of being authentic while using the fantastic, was maintainin...
Editorial: Labour aristocracy
Wanting 500 Bajaj shares @R10 apiece takes the cake
Editorial: Containing China
Slowing growth has its own adverse effects
Safe assets
The asset disclosures for the 2014 Lok Sabha elections
Small states no guarantee for good growth
Only five smaller states could outperform the national GDP growth during FY06-FY13.
Magical And Real
Fiction was the only means of making sense of Gabriel García Márquez’s extreme world
Letters to the editor
Apropos of the column “Modi's operandi” (FE, April 13), the piece brings to vivid focus that “Modi, ...
Column: Back to the Hindu rate of growth?
Growth outcome in 2014-15 could belie optimism as sources for growth run dry
Editorial: What 100 cities?
Hear what the industry secretary has to say
Editorial: Thin end of the wedge
All PPPs, theoretically, can now be audited by CAG
Letters to the editor
This is with reference to the article ‘Can’t afford low growth’ (FE, April 14).
Exporting Water
When exporting rice, keep in mind Punjab uses 5,400 litres of water per kg while West Bengal uses 2,...
Which way will the two new banks IDFC, Bandhan Financial Services go?
One needs to scale-up, from priority-sector lending to more mainstream lending; the other has to dil...
DTC’s dividend slip
DTC 2013 imposes greater tax burden on resident HNIs, dampening their investment appetite
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