Opinion

No Proof Required: Census, Christians, and Conversions

Despite having the highest female education, and the lowest fertility, the Christian population growth rate is the same as that of the average Indian!

No Proof Required: Census, Christians, and Conversions

Column: Trai’s net neutrality challenge

The regulator should resist attempts to trivialise its role into bland yes/no decisions

Net neutrality News

Column: Par value of shares – An outdated concept

Company Law must replace it with a simplified disclosure and a modern regime

Column: Par value of shares – An outdated concept

Healthcare spend pushing households below poverty line

Policy-makers need to look at healthcare as a key element of the economic well-being of the country

Opinion News

The hullabaloo over interest rates

Reducing interest rates in India requires many other preconditions in economic policies, administrative procedures and project implementation

The hullabaloo over interest rates

OROP: Don’t go by first-year costs, look at longer term 

Costing OROP critical: Don’t go by first-year costs, look at longer term 

orop protest News

Dealing with Hardik Patel: Time to relook the entire reservation policy 

With the near universal reaction to the Hardik Patel agitation being that Patels are too well off to be included in the list of OBCs, attention has once again focused on the ‘creamy layer’, that t

hardik patel protest News

OROP controversy: Narendra Modi govt should let 7th Pay Commission decide best formula

The 4-month extension of the 7th Pay Commission may prove to be a breather for the PM Narendra Modi govt in its efforts to settle the One Rank One Pension (OROP) issue...

OROP controversy: Narendra Modi govt should let 7th Pay Commission decide best formula

Editorial: Right prescription

Business viability must for affordable medicines

Editorial: Right prescription

Online way

Banks must encourage adoption of digital banking if they are to maintain high-quality customer service

Online way

Column: Achieving Digital India

Its vision is very government-centric, rather than focusing on the wider potential of IT in India’s economy

Column: Achieving Digital India

A KISS of change

The Bhubaneswar-based school demonstrates how tribal lives are being transformed without any government aid

indian education system News

Editorial: Trai-ing not to drop calls

A good Trai consultation will bring out relevant facts

Call drops News

Govt’s innovation incentives not tailored for MNC R&D centres

In the Clean Ganga project, we will bring all of the different pieces that we can in putting an IoT solution in place. It is part of the Digital India umbrella for us

Govt’s innovation incentives not tailored for MNC R&D centres

Column: Why you must support Hardik Patel

OBC quota: In his own way, like Rajiv Goswami, the Patel leader Hardik Patel is challenging the injustice of reservations.

Hardik Patel News

Editorial: Break in the quake

China trouble far from over, keep pushing at reform

Editorial: Break in the quake

Editorial: Healthy solutions

NITI Aayog right in looking at more private providers

Editorial: Healthy solutions

Electing Transparency

Law Commission recommendations are a better way to ensure transparency in political funding than RTI

Electing Transparency

Column: Why inflation fell in India

Screen MPC contenders on the basis of how they explain the past determinants and the future trend of inflation

Column: Why inflation fell in India

Column: What’s so spooky?

Macroeconomic fundamentals make it a safe economy with enough liquidity to fight adversities

Column: What’s so spooky?

Infratweets: Public spend to the rescue

Latest CMIE Report indicates that strategy of public expenditure on Infra projects is beginning to have effect on investment cycle uptick.

Infratweets: Public spend to the rescue

China’s complexity problem

The country could inadvertently find itself mired in something comparable to what Minxin Pei has long called a “trapped transition”

China economy News

India can decouple provided we get a ‘Raghuram Rajan put’

Like the Bernanke put, Draghi's put or his "whatever his takes" comment and the Bank of Japan's Kuroda put, Raghuram Rajan must immediately provide the Indian economy with a 'Rajan put'.

Raghuram Rajan on GST bill News

Editorial: Chinese flu

India needs to up its reforms act to take advantage

Editorial: Chinese flu

Editorial: Onion tears, and fears

Keep in mind the overall dampening of food CPI

Editorial: Onion tears, and fears

Girl child gains

Falling female foeticide could be strongly tied to economic growth

Girl child gains

Column: The reform conundrum

The government must reach out to Opposition parties to get the reform process moving

Column: The reform conundrum
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