Opinion

Towards a second Green Revolution

The humble agriculture is again making the headlines as India seeks to ignite the next agrarian revolution. On the occasion of the foundation stone laying ceremony...

Towards a second Green Revolution

Duty on wheat imports is a retrograde step

Let the good grain be distributed under PDS to avoid political complications

Duty on wheat imports is a retrograde step

Inside track by Coomi Kapoor

PM Narendra Modi was reportedly upset with BJP spokespersons on television, who he felt were not doing a convincing job of presenting the party’s viewpoint on recent controversies centering around p

Inside track by Coomi Kapoor

England’s moment of reckoning

The Ashes, the mother of all cricketing contests, is a different ball game altogether. A series victory for England would be a huge achievement. Defeat could be catastrophic

England’s moment of reckoning

A Greek tragedy every which way: P Chidambaram

Then, Plato and Aristotle, and now Mr Tsipras. How did Greece fall so low?

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Editorial: Testing FSSAI’s tests

UK/Singapore results show FSSAI in a very bad light

Editorial: Testing FSSAI’s tests

Editorial: FATCA force

Info exchange makes stashing money abroad difficult

Editorial: FATCA force

Chip edge

IBM’s superchip spells good news for semi-conductor R&D as well as industry competition

Chip edge

Column: Incentivise Swachh Bharat

An open letter to the prime minister on the need to get industry involved in recycle/re-use through CSR

Column: Incentivise Swachh Bharat

Column: Conflict of interest, anyone?

High time the PM asked all BJP politicians to give their LPG cylinder—sorry, BCCI job—back

Column: Conflict of interest, anyone?

Why India needs a new population policy

The World Population Day is time to ponder on a policy that protects our demographic assets while preparing for challenges that lie ahead

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Data Drive: The great China fall

The dramatic collapse of the equity markets in China—the Shanghai Composite Index collapsed 30% in a month...

Data Drive: The great China fall

Letters tothe editor

Curbing tobacco use

Letters tothe editor

4 out of 10 rural households should not get govt subsidy

Bharat still lives on the edge, but 4 out of 10 rural households should not get govt subsidy

4 out of 10 rural households should not get govt subsidy

Data cafe: Driving cashless payments

While online retail is transforming the shopping experience of customers—and banks and other players in the e-commerce ecosystem...

Data cafe: Driving cashless payments

Digital India and India’s digital score

The parameters chosen for the formulation of the ICT Development Index are not benchmarked with the requirements of developing economies

Digital India and India’s digital score

Editorial: Telecom troubles

Tower availability and spectrum are key constraints

Editorial: Telecom troubles

Column: It’s not Greece, it’s the Euro

A common monetary policy doesn't work without a common fiscal one which requires a single electorate

Column: It’s not Greece, it’s the Euro

Editorial: Electrocuting SEBs

Power sector can't run with losses of Rs 3 lakh crore

Editorial: Electrocuting SEBs

Tobacco Toll

Rising affordability of tobacco in India is a huge concern. The govt must fix its taxation to deter usage

Tobacco Toll

Politically Incorrect

Parties must come clear on funding and particulars of donations received.

Politically Incorrect

Editorial: Monsoon washout

Lalitgate and Vyapam will hit legislative agenda.

Editorial: Monsoon washout

Editorial: China ‘put’ in trouble

Market falls 30% in a month despite govt support.

Editorial: China ‘put’ in trouble

Column: Fixing discoms’ finances

Instead of bailouts for state-owned discoms, power retail must be run on commercial principles.

Column: Fixing discoms’ finances

Verdict corner: Tackling taxman’s delays

A well-thought-out plan should be launched by CBEC and CBDT to improve the performance of their departments in tribunals, high courts and the Supreme Court

Verdict corner: Tackling taxman’s delays

Permit zero-rating schemes for a limited period

The net neutrality debate has compelled the government to take note of the potential threats to the open and universally accessible character of the internet—for content and application providers on

Permit zero-rating schemes for a limited period

Should Greece suffer more austerity?

The country is a serial offender and needs compulsion to correct itself. Allowing it a haircut with no fiscal and labour reforms will hurt the global economy.

Should Greece suffer more austerity?
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