Edits & Columns

Column: Where are these green shoots?

Most micro data is at several-year lows, and govt spending is predicated on an ambitious tax growth target

Column: Where are these green shoots?

Column: Cutting through the MAT fog

The govt needs to signal certainty in the tax regime for FPIs, not claim that its hands “are tied”

Column: Cutting through the MAT fog

Letters to the editor

BJP needs to rethink strategy

Letters to the editor

Infratweets: Plug & play not working

Power Ministry considers setting up of new mega power projects at sites of old units that have outlived their useful lives.

Infratweets: Plug & play not working

Fields of shared prosperity

The drip irrigation model of Jain Irrigation has turned Jalgaon into the banana bowl of the country. It has a lesson for the govt in handling agribusinesses

Opinion News

Govt buying low-quality wheat good for farmers and trade

The FIFO—first-in first-out—mandate that is applied for stock distribution to official stocks will not apply for current dispensation.

Govt buying low-quality wheat good for farmers and trade

Unwelcome Relief

Indian media’s coverage of the earthquake in Nepal needs to be sensitive, and not self-congratulatory.

Unwelcome Relief

Editorial: Why dilute real estate Bill?

Restoring the 70% norm is a good idea.

Editorial: Why dilute real estate Bill?

Editorial: Optical illusion

Private sector chairman won’t help NOFN take off.

Editorial: Optical illusion

Letters to the editor

Indian interests in space

Letters to the editor

Column: Beyond Silicon Valley

Once again, California’s Silicon Valley is confirming its status as a mecca of high-tech entrepreneurship and wealth creation.

Column: Beyond Silicon Valley

Column: GST Bill; First step, but with birth defects

A close examination of the Constitution amendment Bill shows that the structure envisaged is fraught with flaws.

Column: GST Bill; First step, but with birth defects

Bit by bit: Where the phone doesn’t work…

Smartphones these days have better specifications than the PCs most of us started working on.

smartphones nand gopal rajan News

Rational Expectations: Is Arun Shourie really right?

Has former disinvestment minister Arun Shourie got it right while criticising the Narendra Modi government as directionless or is it, as some are suggesting, just a case of sour grapes since he has no

Rational Expectations: Is Arun Shourie really right?

No Short Shot

The US EXACTO programme has come up with the world’s first guided sniper bullet.

No Short Shot

Editorial: Weak at the core

India Inc’s results suggest a recovery is a while away

Editorial: Weak at the core

Editorial: Finmin vs Make in India

Listen to what the chief economic advisor is saying

Editorial: Finmin vs Make in India

Letters to the editor

Towards disabled-friendly cities

Letters to the editor

Column: Who will govern Britain after May 7?

Neither of the two main parties, in some fractured coalition, will guarantee sound policies

Column: Who will govern Britain after May 7?

Column: Economic policy turned inside out

Relying on financial engineering, while avoiding structural change, is not a recipe for healthy recovery.

Column: Economic policy turned inside out

Balancing interests with new priority sector norms

The commercial viability of banks has to be retained while reaching out to the interests of the vulnerable groups.

Balancing interests with new priority sector norms

Over the barrel

Government has done well on energy policy so far. But it needs to provide clarity on the New Exploration Licensing Policy.

Over the barrel

Ringside view: Moment of reckoning

Bowler Sunil Narine, Kolkata Knight Riders’ trump card and the reason why the franchise won the IPL twice in the last three years, has been banned by the BCCI from bowling off-spin. Can he bounce ba

Ringside view: Moment of reckoning

Inside track

BJP MP Paresh Rawal’s bold Hindi play staged in the auditorium of the Parliament House took several of his own party MPs by surprise.

Inside track

Across the aisle: Even to the causing of death

Some things do not have a place in a civilised country. One of them is the Armed Forces (Special Powers) Act, 1958, hereinafter AFSPA.

Across the aisle: Even to the causing of death

All Os

Researchers in Canada have developed a method to convert all blood into Type O, the universal donor.

All Os

Editorial: Sliding SEZ exports

Time to reduce tax burden.

Editorial: Sliding SEZ exports
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