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Editorial: Setting states free

That has to be the test of a Modi prime ministership

Haryana, Gujarat, MP top industry-friendly states, Maharashtra among bottom 5Cabinet note on implementation of GoM proposal on coal mining
Navi Calcutta
Smouldering 50,000 tonne coal mountain in the heart of the city, a decrepit dock choking 750 acres, ...

Column: Discard dysfunctional subsidies

But with no party ready for this, Aadhaar-based conditional cash transfer is the way to go

Letters to the editor: Poor regulation

Apropos of the edit “Mining for lessons” (FE, April 23), illegal and unregulated mining is the root...

Editorial: Flailing2perform

Through his tenure, David Moyes was operating under his predecessor’s giant shadow

Editorial: Vegetable power

Horticulture output exceeds cereals for first time
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Mere pass space hai
That could be Mumbai’s tagline, punchline and faultline. For, nothing drives or drags, unites or div...
Editorial: Mining for lessons
States as much to blame for ‘excessive’ mining
Editorial: TCS’s Japan moment
Others would do well to emulate its tie-up strategy
Cleansing Parliament
To rid the Indian polity of crime, it is necessary to get the political parties to consider it first
Letters to the editor: Confused banks?
This refers to the column “Banking on confusing signals” (FE, April 16).
Column: Utilising ARCs effectively
The primary focus should be on developing the securitisation market and resolution of assets
Column: Preparing for El Niño
Immediately, more oilseed/pulse imports and income stabilisation fund; in the long-run, irrigation a...
Tackling APAs
Signing of five unilateral APAs is a positive step but, going forward, the revenue department would ...
Editorial: Modi’s MTNL test
Only radical restructuring can make the PSU viable
Editorial: Teach them to fish
MGNREGS fails to deliver on even its own targets
Taming Malaria
The fight against malaria gets a leg-up with the Indian Institute of Science developing a vaccine ca...
Letters to the editor
Apropos of the column “Secularism is dead!” (April 21), we gave ourselves a Constitution after three...
Column: A bleeding fisc
The present government is leaving behind a massive expenditure burden and thinner-than-expected reve...
Column: Misplaced priorities
DTC 2013’s lower thresholds for taxing non-residents means more revenue at the cost of foreign inves...
The silicon coast of India
The Startup Village in Kochi is providing the much-required support to young technology entrepreneur...
Changing the game
BlackBerry seems to have learnt a lesson; others are learning from it
Secularism is dead!
If the opinion polls turn out to be generally correct, and Narendra Modi comes to power, it will unl...
Editorial: Limited upside
About 6.5% in 5 years seems reasonable now
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