Opinion

Column: The quiet financial revolution begins

The end result will be an industry that serves people via a larger menu of customisable solutions.

Column: The quiet financial revolution begins

Column: India’s economy; Fastest-growing, or just recovering?

All signs point to a nascent recovery for private investment; it is critical that CSO, RBI and govt get on the same page.

Column: India’s economy; Fastest-growing, or just recovering?

A road to converting NPAs into equity

The impact of SDR will be felt, to begin with, for the existing assets that are being restructured.

A road to converting NPAs into equity

Regional cafe: Telangana lays an innovative growth path

The state’s maiden industrial policy hinges on the premise of ‘minimum inspection, maximum facilitation’.

Regional cafe: Telangana lays an innovative growth path

#GiveItUp

Asking LPG dealers to convince clients to give up LPG subsidy is illogical; govt should restrict the sops.

#GiveItUp

Editorial: What sugar package?

The ‘interest-free’ loan perpetuates the states’ mess.

Editorial: What sugar package?

Editorial: Mutually beneficial

Huge turnaround in mutual fund inflows augurs well.

Editorial: Mutually beneficial

Column: Riding the e-commerce surge

Time for e-commerce companies to tie-up with mobile wallet providers and banks.

Column: Riding the e-commerce surge

Column: The data is plain wrong

We need to challenge the erroneous data on our business-friendliness and actively promote our strengths.

Column: The data is plain wrong

Liberalise pricing of financial instruments

A recent Bombay High Court ruling on the legality of transaction structures could make foreign investors cautious about India.

Liberalise pricing of financial instruments

‘A policy focus on remittances could help ease CAD’

Floating of diaspora bonds, mobilising savings through diaspora philanthropy, tapping into wealth from diaspora communities to support balance of payments needs...

Remittances News

Food Cafe Milan Rao: Gunning for access and affordability

The president & CEO, GE Healthcare South Asia, and managing director of Wipro GE Healthcare tells Darlington Jose Hector over a round of coffee, green tea and cookies, why the company is now into “m

Food Cafe Milan Rao: Gunning for access and affordability

Editorial: Working with dignity

Allowing fixed-term workers is a good idea

Editorial: Working with dignity

Editorial: Going abroad, in India

Encourage foreign universities, free local ones

Editorial: Going abroad, in India

Sun Burn

It isn’t clear why exactly the home ministry has denied security clearance to Sun TV Network

Sun Burn

Column: For want of Rs 350 crore

That’s what it will cost to set up the infrastructure for weather-based crop insurance, with timely payments

Column: For want of Rs 350 crore

Infratweets: A (driving) licence to kill

RBI keeps a watchful eye on Infra debt ~ says Banks will be allowed to buy Infra Bonds only up to a max value of 2% of Tier I Capital.

Infratweets: A (driving) licence to kill

Corridors of power: The Great Indian monsoon circus

The NITI Aayog must firm up a concrete plan involving the states to deal with monsoon deficiency to avoid all-round confusion.

rain, rain in new delhi News

Verdict Corner: Saving lives with Good Samaritan norms

Govt does well to shield bystanders helping accident victims from needless harassment

Verdict Corner: Saving lives with Good Samaritan norms

Editorial: Finally, some heads roll

Anshu Jain quits, when will other global bankers?

Editorial: Finally, some heads roll

Editorial: Banks get the power

Banks can now get majority stake in defaulter firms

Editorial: Banks get the power

Gold mine

Time to harvest or recycle precious metals going to waste in out-of-use mobile phones

Gold mine

Column: Maggi lesson for regulation

The Maggi episode will do India a great service if it improves our food standards inspection regime

Column: Maggi lesson for regulation

First gas from Assam in FY17 will play a crucial role in HOEC’s growth: P Elango

P Elango, who spearheaded Cairn India and made it touch a peak output of 2,00,000 barrels per day (bpd) at India’s biggest onshore block...

Opinion News

Getting procurement price right

In a liberalised market economy, it is important to have a flexible price intervention mechanism

Getting procurement price right

Steady Rise

New data from the US shows global warming never slowed in the last 15 years, as was believed so far.

Steady Rise

Editorial: A rethink on Air India?

Not clear what the SBI Caps review is to achieve.

Editorial: A rethink on Air India?
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