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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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We are no longer conservative about the PPP model
The Indian Railways is faced with tasks it finds difficult to measure up to, while the attempts, alb...
The radical force of ‘Abenomics’
The 3.5% gross domestic product growth announced by Tokyo last Wednesday suggests that Japan may be ...
CPI variation
While the consumer price index (CPI)-based inflation is trending down as the April print came in at ...
Taking the rural route
In the last few years, one of the key trends emerging in the Indian steel industry is the impetus gi...
Charting the course of Sino-Indian relations
India is by no means China’s ‘all-weather’ friend but is eagerly awaiting to extend a warm welcome t...
‘You shouldn’t be unfair to Ashwani... There’s a thin line between interfering and remaining informed’
In this Idea Exchange, Union minister of external affairs Salman Khurshid talks about the challenges...
Getting RBI communication right
The stock markets have recorded significant rally in a single day after the remarks by Governor D Su...
Loss of consortium
Insurance companies will have to shell out more to road accident victims for ‘loss of consortium’ wi...
Bloomberg is watching you
All social networks are based on a cognitive con. No one likes to give out valuable personal informa...
Can FTAs support ‘Factory Asia’?
Free trade agreements (FTAs) have been proliferating in Asia for more than a decade.
New WTO DG has to bring developed nations on board
Brazil’s Roberto Carvalho de Azevedo will be the next direct director general of the World Trade Org...
Need for a focused approach on water, energy and food issues
The conventional notion of national security refers to a country’s capability to defend itself again...
Inflation is high, not just food
Basically, the article sought to assess whether India’s inflation is demand-driven or cost-driven -m...
Still a long way to go
Opposition states are still trying to extract extra compensation, so India will not get the benefit ...
Comeback: America’s new economic boom
Artie White, a squarely built young man of about 30, is a driller with Helmerich & Payne, an interna...
‘Post 9/11, US has been engaged in a monologue with the world. It’s time we heard from the other side. That’s what Reluctant... is about’
The challenges were many and they took time. Firstly, to adapt a novel like The Reluctant Fundamenta...
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