Opinion

Evaluating the risk factors of FY16

We are on the precipice of a recovery, especially in investment and industry, and stable extraneous conditions are necessary

Evaluating the risk factors of FY16

P Chidambaram: How long can hot air keep balloon afloat?

In the elections held in 2014, the Congress lost and Mr Narendra Modi won, and I say that advisedly. No one remembers the promises made in the BJP’s manifesto or what the party’s then tall leaders

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Inside track

O Panneerselvam is set to be rewarded for being the perfect replacement chief minister in Tamil Nadu, unlike some other proxies like Jitan Manjhi in Bihar.

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Rickie Fowler: The king of cool

Tiger Woods made golf ‘cool’ and now Rickie Fowler—with his street style, loud colours and flat-billed baseball cap—is breaking down the last of golf’s fuddy duddy connotations. And he’s g

Rickie Fowler News

Fuel security still a distant dream

Doubling India’s hydrocarbon extraction by 2022 will remain a challenge as long as policy uncertainties remain

Fuel security still a distant dream

Beijing smiles at Delhi

Pragmatic leaders Narendra Modi and Xi Jinping leverage “economics first”

Beijing smiles at Delhi

Gold scheme lacks lustre

Higher gold imports—$56.5 and $53.8 billion in FY12 and FY13, respectively—resulted in record current account deficit of 4.2% and 4.8% of GDP in these two years.

Gold scheme lacks lustre

Editorial: EPFO hostages remain

People switching to NPS have to still pay EPFO rent

Editorial: EPFO hostages remain

Editorial: No more in-fighting

Plan to resolve intra-govt disputes sans courts

Editorial: No more in-fighting

Full Charge

Tesla’s Powerwall is set to become the fastest product across categories to reach $1billion in sales

Full Charge

Column: Regaining the plot

The govt must spend its way out of trouble even if the deficit is breached; there’s no other way to kick-start growth

Column: Regaining the plot

Paving the way for company law tribunals

The Supreme Court’s directions must be implemented by the govt promptly, leaving the larger questions of tribunal design pragmatically for another day

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Defining a poverty line for India

Once the Panagariya committee decides on a poverty line, it needs to be updated every year by applying cost inflation index to keep it realistic

Defining a poverty line for India

Evaluating the true worth of a business

Measurement-led approach to sustainability will be the cornerstone of all businesses in the times to come

Evaluating the true worth of a business

Towards climate-friendly farms

Laser land levelling goes far beyond increasing productivity; it saves water, increases food security and even reduces environmental footprint

Towards climate-friendly farms

Editorial: Monetising that gold

Taxman queries could put a dampener on scheme

Editorial: Monetising that gold

Editorial: Ending legacy issues

A larger role for the AP Shah panel is a good idea

Editorial: Ending legacy issues

Green Inc

For more Indian companies to emulate Infosys’s green goals, India must set the right policies

Green Inc

Column: Rational Expectations- Knowing the lay of the land

If India’s farm productivity is raised to even Chinese levels, it can free up 33% more land for industry

Column: Rational Expectations- Knowing the lay of the land

Equal & Opposite: Law by fluke?

It has become our habit to write confusing laws. Laws that complicate, not simplify. Laws that need repeated amendments

Opinion News

Verdict corner: Legalising mercy killing of terminally-ill patients

All eyes are set on the Constitution bench of the Supreme Court which is hearing two petitions seeking legal sanction for active euthanasia

Verdict corner: Legalising mercy killing of terminally-ill patients

Patenting science fiction

Patents are taking a step towards an imagined future

Patenting science fiction

Editorial: Long wait for acche din

Crisil projects a year for private investment to return

Editorial: Long wait for acche din

Editorial: Raising rural demand

Industry is the key, not crop prices

Editorial: Raising rural demand

Yes To Euthanasia

As the Aruna Shanbaug case demonstrates, India needs a modern euthanasia law

Yes To Euthanasia

Column: The Centre isn’t the fulcrum

Decentralisation will completely overhaul the way we have looked at delivery of public goods and services

Column: The Centre isn’t the fulcrum

Column: Fixing labour plumbing

Provident Fund reforms must not ignore the budget speech

Column: Fixing labour plumbing
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