Opinion

Bollywood fails to find movie magic in 2014

Films like Shaukeens, Action Jackson and Jai Ho, all of which had big stars at the helm, failed to score, while smaller ones like Queen and Hasee toh Phasee were well-received.

Bollywood fails to find movie magic in 2014

Data Bait

Indian smartphone users should not think of the bait of cheap or free data services as a free meal

Data Bait

Editorial: Food for thought

Latest NSS data adds to evidence against food Act

Opinion News

Oil price: boom, bust and boom again

At current prices, a significant amount of high-cost non-OPEC oil production will have to be stopped, making the bust in oil prices short-lived

Oil price: boom, bust and boom again

GST: Unified tax, myriad challenges

Concerns have been raised on whether the Centre has caved in too far to the demands of the states

GST: Unified tax, myriad challenges

The need to align with global reality

It is anticipated that the domain of ‘investments’ may be further tapered to exclude short-term foreign institutional investments from the scope of BITs

The need to align with global reality

Letters to the editor: Opportunity for Railways

This refers to the report, “Spice Jet crisis: Govt. plans to cap economy airfares” (December 25).

Letters to the editor: Opportunity for Railways

Editorial: Evening the scales

Small shareholders can no longer hold firm to ransom

Opinion News

Column: An unfinished business

The significant changes are limited to related-party transactions and fraud reporting

Column: An unfinished business

Dispel uncertainty over related-party transactions

Sebi’s listing agreement should be in line with the ‘ordinary resolution’ provision for RPTs of the Companies (Amendment) Bill 2014

Dispel uncertainty over related-party transactions

Should ‘bench hunting’ be curbed?

Supreme Court has said that unscrupulous litigants cannot be allowed to indulge in bench hunting to get favourable orders

Should ‘bench hunting’ be curbed?

Column: The pit stop at Lima

An emission-control regime based on a universally-agreed equity norm is no longer on the table

Column: The pit stop at Lima

Column: Still a long way from an effective GST

The current form allows for an origin-based tax to remain even though GST itself is a consumption tax

Column: Still a long way from an effective GST

Letters to the editor: Errant borrowers

This refers to the report “RBI tightens norms for errant borrowers” (FE, December 23). “Wilful defaulters” and “non-co-operative borrowers” and what other categories the banking regulator

Letters to the editor: Errant borrowers

Late call

WhatsApp will have to deal with the kinks of late entry for its voice-calling service

Late call

Editorial: Road to progress

Fixing NHAI process critical, that’s the CAG lesson

Opinion News

Editorial: Atal reformer

A statesman, and India’s most under-rated reformer

Opinion News

Column: 2014- Cleansing China

Whether by design or default, Xi’s anti-graft drive has indeed established him as the last word in China...

Column: 2014- Cleansing China

Editorial: Freeing Vashi

Given that farmers end up paying commission agents in cartelised mandis—these are run under the Agricultural Produce Market Committee...

Opinion News

Column: Rural demand headwinds

Recent developments carry potential to further slow down the key drivers of rural demand...

Column: Rural demand headwinds

The new GST: A halfway house

In spite of all the favourable features of the GST, it introduces the anomaly of having an origin-based tax on interstate trade

Opinion News

The farmer must have a choice

A cash transfer policy for fertiliser subsidy must include those at the bottom of the pyramid and allow variable distribution of resources...

The farmer must have a choice

Brain Food

The secret to genius could just be popping the right pills...

Brain Food

Infratweets: PPP needs regulators

As private investment continues to be weak, the government’s chief economic adviser has recommended higher public spending...

Infratweets: PPP needs regulators

Editorial: Rupee solutions

Weak rupee alone won’t push up exports...

Editorial: Rupee solutions

Column: Fixing BIPPA

The definition of investment that the govt had agreed to while entering into BIPPAs is particularly problematic

Column: Fixing BIPPA

Column: Railways reform must go beyond symbolism

Restructure the Railway Board on the lines of its different businesses & create the necessary IT infrastructure

Column: Railways reform must go beyond symbolism
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