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Planning to buy a cheap Apple iPhone or high-end Samsung phone? Recommerce market can help

You can now buy and sell old devices, and they look and work like new

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Making Indian Railways safer

Accidents signify a breakdown in efficiency; railways needs a managerial transformation

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Losing the pulse: Poor crop and bad policy the culprit, not hoarders

That the government should be nervous with prices of tur dal touching Rs 200 a kilo is not surprising since elections have been lost on onions.

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Changes to ECB guidelines

Indian borrowers availing foreign funds via offshore borrowings are usually required to hedge their currency risks in such borrowings, unless they have a natural hedge.

Changes to ECB guidelines

Age controversy: Rahul Gandhi needs reformist leaders to guide him, 60-plus is just a number

Rahul Gandhi's Congress needs a complete change in its economic policy outlook, just retiring 60-plus leaders will hardly help.

Age controversy: Rahul Gandhi needs reformist leaders to guide him, 60-plus is just a number

Editorial: Relooking telco models

Telcos will now hesitate to woo low-end customers

Editorial: Relooking telco models

Editorial: Voluntary Aadhaar OK

Now reap its benefits by seeding accounts fast

Editorial: Voluntary Aadhaar OK

Return Visit

Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg is set to visit India, could make a renewed pitch for Free Basics

Return Visit

Column: Govts’ self-disruption challenge

Political and economic structures are, in some ways, specifically designed to resist deep and rapid change

Column: Govts’ self-disruption challenge

Column: The Angus Deaton phenomenon

His work illustrates how data-set-rich India benefits from microeconomics meeting econometrics

Column: The Angus Deaton phenomenon

Tax caFe: Is India ready for BEPS?

Now is the time to prepare for significant potential changes in the international tax environment

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India-Africa Forum Summit: A new twist to Modi’s foreign policy?

India’s trade with Africa has increased from $39 billion in 2009-10 to $71.4 billion in 2014-15, with the surge in exports. On the other hand, China’s trade with Africa stands at over $200 billion

India-Africa Forum Summit: A new twist to Modi’s foreign policy?

A call to the collective conscience

After many years, ‘protest’ has found its voice and a new legitimacy. In the last two weeks, about 25 writers have returned their Sahitya Akademi awards and some have resigned from the Akademi.

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Inside track

Bihar CM Nitish Kumar appears to be so confident of getting re-elected that after the poll dates were announced, he gave orders to the PWD to renovate 1, Anne Marg, the CM’s residence. He has also a

Inside track

Saurav Ganguly: Right choice, but challenges aplenty

It was a paradigm shift. Forgive me for drawing a musical analogy, but it was like changing the tenor from Rabindrasangeet to Rolling Stones’ Start Me Up.

Saurav Ganguly: Right choice, but challenges aplenty

No proof required: Confessions of a self-styled liberal

Modi knows that the liberal media is gunning for him; then why give them a beefy opportunity?

No proof required: Confessions of a self-styled liberal

Column: A half-leap

Sebi liberalised overseas investment norms for VCFs and AIFs, but left the overall cap for the ecosystem untouched

Column: A half-leap

India’s PPP story: A glass half-full

Balanced risk-sharing, robust dispute mechanisms and adequate exit norms needed to foster PPP success in India

India’s PPP story: A glass half-full

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
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