Turbocharging start-ups: Turn job-seekers into job-creators

The govt needs to implement a Make-in-Universities policy that encourages start-ups by students

Letters to the editor

Banking on small savings

Column: Ringing in the year with aplomb and purpose

Following the euphoria of 2014, the Modi aura that diminished in 2015 may well bounce back in 2016

Data Drive: Fuelling start-up India

Prime Minister Narendra Modi will launch the government’s Start-up India programme today to encourage entrepreneurship in the country.

Column | Section 66A verdict: Does reporting abuse mean anything now?

The Supreme Court judgment substantially loosened the noose of due diligence obligations around intermediaries

Industrial activity shrinkage: Beyond just festival days accounting

Why are the Centre’s initiatives taking so long to translate into growth?


Editorial: Small savings, big problem

Rate cut will help banks lower interest, but not much

Editorial: Turbocharging start-ups

Time for policy changes that provide cheaper capital

Odd-Even 2.0

Delhi’s odd-even rationing bears repeating when desperate measures are needed

Letters to the editor

Apropos of the report “Pakistan detains JeM chief Masood Azhar, offices sealed” (FE, January 14), crackdown on the Jaish-e-Muhammad and arresting its chief Masood Azhar may give the impression tha

Column: Making Indian arbitration effective

Amendments to the Arbitration Act could boost investors’ confidence in India

Insolvency and Bankruptcy Bill: A good step to tackle bad assets

It is expected to act as a catalyst in reducing NPA woes of banks

Why Arun Jaitley’s plans on small savings rates aren’t good enough

FM Arun Jaitley, news reports suggest, will soon be cutting rates on a host of small savings products through a combination of looking at their spreads – over government securities of a similar tenu

Editorial: Private interest litigation

SC right in asking for lifting of corporate veil

Editorial: Price of inflation-targeting

CPI inflation rising makes a rate cut impossible

Tripping Science

Irrational concerns stall the Indian neutrino research project

Column: Aerospace R&D key to Make-in-India

In India, engineering R&D spend for the sector is projected to grow at 10-13% CAGR between 2014 and 2020

Less than 5% CPI, unsustainable

To target anything lower, while a theoretical possibility, may not provide proper guidance for monetary policy formulation as the number would be hard to sustain

Verdict corner: Analysing the verse of PoEM

The Place of Effective Management guidelines may have significant implications since Indian companies will have to change the way they operate

India-Pakistan trade relations: Seizing golden opportunities

Facilitating cross-border transactions of funds and allowing seamless transportation of cargo in each other’s territory needed

Prashant Bhushan’s PIL against RIL has many holes, but one good point

Though there are, undoubtedly, valid points in the public interest litigation filed by Prashant Bhushan’s Centre for Public Interest Litigation (CPIL) against Reliance Industries Limited...

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Editorial: Discounting e-commerce

Discount-led sales lead to investors getting cautious

Editorial: Insuring agriculture works

Can be a trigger for the next green revolution

Criminal failure

India needs harsher punishment for rape, especially of minors—and also much better conviction rates

Column: Bringing back grass pea

Cultivation of low-ODAP varieties of the lentil must be encouraged to counter the pulses’ price fire

Column: The myth of credit-rating of corporates

The potential of Indian corporates is yet untold and ratings agencies may not reflect India’s true story

Infratweets: New authority for Railways

According to a concept paper issued by the Railways, the new Rail Development Authority will be set up through an executive order before it is taken up via the legislation process.

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