Opinion

Editorial: Striking at jobs creation

Trade unions continue to behave irresponsibly

Editorial: Striking at jobs creation

Blood money

The Supreme Court’s Uphaar tragedy order amounts to just that

Blood money

Column: Open up online learning

Platforms such as MOOCs can make higher education accessible for students in far-flung areas

internet users News

Column: OROP nirvana

The ongoing and escalating ‘one rank, one pension’ (OROP) quarrel is a classic illustration of all the ills of misgovernance that plague India.

ONE RANK ONE PENSION News

Record caFe: ‘We need technologies to mitigate impact of climate change on crop production’

Farmers will opt for alternative crops only if they are assured that the returns from such crops are at least as remunerative as rice, if not more. Otherwise, it is very difficult to convince them

Opinion News

The right recipe for Indian Railways

The Railway Board should function like the corporate sector. The IR needs to right-size. It is over-staffed, which has a drag effect on its efficiency, economy and accountability

The right recipe for Indian Railways

Democracy and economic growth—partners or opponents

We have laws which are not obeyed, we have enforcers of laws who make unsustainable exceptions at will, and the result is an artificial rule of law. India’s progress will come through implementation

Democracy and economic growth—partners or opponents

Inside track

Ever since she had to face a journalist at an unguarded moment at the South Block entrance to her office, querying whether she planned to resign over Lalitgate, the ministry of external affairs is mak

Inside track

The giant of the game

Sri Lanka’s Kumar Sangakkara has decided to call time on his career, going on his own terms. It’s time to stand up and applaud the champion

Kumar Sangakkara News

Across the aisle: Will someone please read the tea leaves

The Prime Minister is entitled to choose the place and subject of his speech. But the speech on Independence Day is different.

NARENDRA MODI News

Letters to the editor

Payments banks may hit PSBs

Letters to the editor

Column: Consumer Protection Bill, 2015: Countering unfair contracts

The law must define unfair contract as a principle and draw up a comprehensive list of such terms

Column: Consumer Protection Bill, 2015: Countering unfair contracts

Boarding Exams Again

Full marks to the govt for considering reversing optional board exams and no-detention in schools

Boarding Exams Again

Editorial: Chafing at the BIT

Restricting use of BITs makes investors more wary

Editorial: Chafing at the BIT

Editorial: Export pessimism

Strip out oil, and manufacturing exports doing better

Editorial: Export pessimism

Editorial: Banking on disruption

As in e-tail, how well payments banks will do is unclear

Editorial: Banking on disruption

Editorial: India’s farm crisis

Two years of bad rain makes even Punjab vulnerable

Editorial: India’s farm crisis

PDS Future

Future Group set to sell FMCG products at a discount to PDS beneficiaries in Rajasthan’s ration shops

PDS Future

Column: Operation Indradhanush for PSBs

Hopefully, banks will have the freedom to fix interest rates based on their own commercial judgement

Column: Operation Indradhanush for PSBs

Caste is an irreverent marker of the state of well-being

We should focus on segments that continue to be disadvantaged and impoverished in terms of access to resources, infrastructure and economic well-being, rather than caste

Caste is an irreverent marker of the state of well-being

FSSAI fails the test

The product approval scheme for food items does not have the force of law, holds the Supreme Court

FSSAI fails the test

Verdict corner: Dealing with man-made disasters

It is the duty of the government to work towards a law that can effectively cover industrial calamities

Verdict corner: Dealing with man-made disasters

Banking on disruption: As in etail, how well payment banks will do is unclear

The actual handing out of payment bank licences by RBI on Thursday seems to have sparked a debate on whether these could disrupt the banking system.

rbi News

India’s farm crisis: Two years of bad rain makes even Punjab vulnerable

India had a drought in 2009 and a delayed and erratic monsoon in 2012,

Farmer News

Opinion: Congress can’t stop liberal land laws in the states

Easy land acquisition norms are a must for improving the business environment and the states have to find a way for this to promote growth

Opinion: Congress can’t stop liberal land laws in the states

Editorial: Cairn’s 9/11 bomb

That’s the day when it can start arbitration

Cairn India, Cairn India contract, barmer, barmer oil, Cairn India barmer oil, barmer oil contract extension, crude price, high crude price News

Editorial: Discussion vs decision

India Inc needs clarity on various tax matters

arun jaitley finance ministry News
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