Opinion

Govt to auction 69 oil & gas fields: Major move in minor way

New oil policy is meaningful if done for all fields

Oil News

Tax terror: With MAT call, has PM Narendra Modi kept his election-time vow?

PM Narendra Modi may have made the 'ending the tax terror' promise, but MAT notwithstanding, this is yet to happen.

Tax terror: With MAT call, has PM Narendra Modi kept his election-time vow?

Editorial: So what will OROP cost?

FM must tell the nation of its financial implications

OROP News

Editorial: More GDP confusion

After old and new series, the GDP-vs-GVA conundrum

Editorial: More GDP confusion

Loose Noose

Partial abolition of death penalty raises more questions than it answers

Loose Noose

Column: Breaking the GST impasse

Leave the proposed tax regime’s final design to the GST Council, not the GST Bill

Column: Breaking the GST impasse

Column: Offshore transfer taxation still a worry

Investors could be hit hard if they are taxed on the capital gains earned from the sale of holdings in FPIs

Column: Offshore transfer taxation still a worry

Infratweets: Time to speed up reforms

Brookfield PE acquisition of Gammon road assets shows long term FII interest in Indian infra. Facilitative exit policy too helps hugely.

Infratweets: Time to speed up reforms

GDP growth numbers remain a mystery

However, growth outlook is still positive. Consumption-driven sectors are showing high EBIDTA growth, which bodes well for the future

india gdp News

Data cafe: India ahead

While India’s GDP grew at a slower clip in the 3 months to June, it is still the world’s fastest growing economy. In the first 6 months of CY2015...

Data cafe: India ahead

Verdict corner: What can we learn from the Uphaar case?

The Supreme Court’s decision to let off real estate barons Sushil and Gopal Ansal with a fine of R30 crore each in the 1997 Uphaar fire tragedy...

Verdict corner: What can we learn from the Uphaar case?

Editorial: Recovering lost ground

Centre does well to drop land Ordinance

Editorial: Recovering lost ground

Editorial: Broadening broadband

Optic fibre is the emerging capacity constraint

Editorial: Broadening broadband

Money and gender

Men and women both respond to money deeply emotively, but in very different ways

Money and gender

Column: More than just smart infrastructure

Don’t limit the Smart Cities initiative to just enclave-type development

Smart city News

Corridors of Power: Has Suresh Prabhu junked the Bibek Debroy panel report on Indian Railways?

Two recommendations of the Bibek Debroy panel on reforming the Indian Railways—allowing private firms to run trains and the government taking the burden of the Railways’ social obligations (subsid

Suresh Prabhu, indian railways News

Payments banks will push telcos’ revenues

It’s the newest animal in the Indian banking sector. On August 19, the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) gave the green signal to 11 entities, out of a list of 41 contenders, to set up payments banks.

reserve bank of india News

Opinion: Has Prime Minister Narendra Modi finally killed the Land Acquisition Bill?

What will happen to the NDA’s Land Acquisition Bill after Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s decision to avoid re-promulgation of the ordinance that is lapsing today?

Opinion: Has Prime Minister Narendra Modi finally killed the Land Acquisition Bill?

Editorial: Less arbitrary now

Welcome change in arbitration laws in India

Editorial: Less arbitrary now

Editorial: Making Jan-Dhan viable

As DBT spreads, the accounts will become viable

Editorial: Making Jan-Dhan viable

Marking disclosures

Schools’ disclosing information about faculty and their functioning will facilitate informed decisions

Marking disclosures

Column: Dismayed farmers, defunct policies

Access to the best technologies and markets is the basic right of farmers

Column: Dismayed farmers, defunct policies

Time to rebuild the foreign investment platform

The current crisis should lead us to take a fresh look at both FDI and FII flows

Opinion News

Are unconventional monetary policies good for us?

We remain at a risk of contagion from the financial world even when our fundamentals are strong

Are unconventional monetary policies good for us?

Inside track

The government had second thoughts on the appointment of Gajendra Chauhan as chairperson of the Film and Television Institute of India (FTII) because of the continuing student agitation and perception

Inside track

Across the aisle: At last, will we have an economic agenda?

For the first time in 15 months, the BJP/NDA government has been forced on the backfoot by external developments. Not everything, however, has changed

Opinion News

The bucket list

Here’s a list of 10 golf courses in India that, for their own inimitable reasons, ought to be on your radar

Aamby Valley GC News
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