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Data drive: Aadhaar gains

The Supreme Court this week finally allowed the government to use Aadhaar cards for MGNREGA, Jan Dhan Yojana, pension and provident fund schemes.

Data drive: Aadhaar gains

Judicial balance: Unfortunate that Supreme Court struck down NJAC Act 

Given how the separation of powers between the three wings of the state – the legislature, the executive and the judiciary – is such an integral part of India’s Constitutional framework, it is c

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Column: Move carefully on white space tech

Existing spectrum rules pose a problem for allocation of unused spectrum for white space technologies

Column: Move carefully on white space tech

Chlorophile: For Punjab farmers, governance a risk factor

The whitefly outbreak has given a shot in the arm to those opposed to genetically engineered crops

Chlorophile: For Punjab farmers, governance a risk factor

A manufactured revolt

The protest by the writers is clearly “politics by other means”—a case of ideological intolerance

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No point merging banks just for the sake of it

A solution could be to provide incentives to banks to perform, which should be across all levels so that there is new enthusiasm in banks

No point merging banks just for the sake of it

Education is a marker of household and societal well-being

However, rather than measuring education outcomes, we have to effectively measure ‘learning outcomes’—so as to correctly evaluate the benefits of higher rates of school enrolment and its impact

Education is a marker of household and societal well-being

Sunil Mittal not guilty, but CBI is: That’s the big lesson from the sad Bharti Airtel case

Given how, had things gone in the direction the then government and the courts were pushing it, India’s telecom czar Sunil Mittal was in danger of being charge-sheeted or even arrested...

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Editorial: Maruti goes to Japan

Three decades on, Indian quality gets recognition

Editorial: Maruti goes to Japan

Editorial: Start-up India

The ecosystem is in place, now wait for the results

Editorial: Start-up India

Ola, Compliance

Passenger safety gets top priority in the Centre’s guidelines for taxi-hailing apps

Ola, Compliance

Column: The fits in the starts

Outside the IT, ITeS and financial sectors and top B-schools, you would be mad to be an entrepreneur in India

Column: The fits in the starts

Getting the most out of existing oil fields

If India continues with the current policy, the production requirements for 2022 will be much larger and the climb more steep

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Adding value in the value-chain

The need is to identify nodes in various value-chains, create training infrastructure and link them with specialised value chains

Adding value in the value-chain

A prize for the science in social science

Angus Deaton has brought the study of consumption and welfare from a state of hand waving and magic tricks to a rigorous, testable one

A prize for the science in social science

Putting Ola, Uber on the road to legal compliance

The Centre's guidelines for taxi-hailing apps Ola, Uber and others prioritise passenger safety while steering clear of interfering with market mechanisms.

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Maruti Suzuki goes to Japan: Three decades on, Indian quality gets recognition

Even though Maruti Suzuki was exporting cars to other countries including those in Europe, Suzuki Motor Corporation didn’t think its quality met the standards of the Japanese market.

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Aadhaar card use can’t be stopped, it is backed by the IT Act 2000

Officials who have designed the blueprint for utilisation of Aadhaar card say that the Narendra Modi govt should have forcefully stated that Aadhaar usage is compliant with the Information Technology

Aadhaar card use can’t be stopped, it is backed by the IT Act 2000

Editorial: Two-speed recovery

As much good news on IIP, inflation as there is bad

Editorial: Two-speed recovery

Editorial: Warp in export strategy

Vietnam could attract large Indian apparel firms

Editorial: Warp in export strategy

Striped smear

By blackening Sudheendra Kulkarni’s face, it’s the Shiv Sena that has lost

Striped smear

Column: Will Piyush Goyal go the Montek Singh Ahluwalia way?

Everything has to go right for that not to happen, meanwhile PSU banks will take a Rs 6,000 crore hit.

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Column: Nobel for Angus Deaton – Hail Amartya Sen?

Deaton’s work confirms what Sen has long argued—affirmative policies for poor are key to sustainable growth

Column: Nobel for Angus Deaton – Hail Amartya Sen?

Infratweets: Rocky road to road safety

The government’s approval of the Offshore Wind Policy could further enhance the potential of wind energy.

Infratweets: Rocky road to road safety

For India’s trade, it is advantage agriculture

The country continues to overlook the agricultural sector and push services, despite data suggesting the other way

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A good job, half done

The Competition Assessment of Legislations and Bills Guidelines must include subordinate legislations for economic regulators

A good job, half done

Lose future customers without branded e-mail

9 out of 10 (92%) small businesses that use branded email ids, believe that branded email makes their business look more credible.

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