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Shared powers, but not onus

Letters to the editor

A forward-looking policy paradigm

With the central bank inflation guidance suggesting a sombre trend between now and August, front-loading a repo rate cut remains an option

A forward-looking policy paradigm

Infratweets: Delhi chokes on toxic fumes

The original concept of setting up 100 new smart cities was aimed at accommodating the growing pressures of urbanisation...

Infratweets: Delhi chokes on toxic fumes

Deconstructing the 2015 auctions

The growth dividend for the country from broadband will be far higher than from voice

Deconstructing the 2015 auctions

Norms for higher remuneration for bank directors soon: RBI

Raghuram Rajan-led Reserve Bank of India (RBI) will soon issue guidelines for increasing remuneration of non-executive directors...

RBI News

Editorial: No reason to pause

Repo rates can’t be based on just food inflation rising

Editorial: No reason to pause

Editorial: Unmade in India

Fix high-cost structures, from telecom to mining

Editorial: Unmade in India

Shaking up telecom

It is not just Google trying to do away with roaming charges that is worrying telecom players

Shaking up telecom

Column: The state of central transfers

Under the new tax devolution regime, it is for states to set their priorities in providing public services

Column: The state of central transfers

Column: Now, govt needs to do the hard yards

Structural changes, capacity building needed to tame food inflation. Or crush non-food inflation

Column: Now, govt needs to do the hard yards

Letters to the editor

Do it the DBT way

Letters to the editor

FTP 2015-20: Pushing exports and imports in sync

There are indications that world trade will pick up in the next two years. Against this backdrop, the target set for doubling exports seems achievable

Make in India, make in India policy, Indian economy, export, India export News

Land acquisition: If the UPA-2 law had been in place…

An open letter to Sonia Gandhi, requesting her to withdraw support for the UPA-2 land law

Land acquisition: If the UPA-2 law had been in place…

Devious designs

Behind even the weirdest of designs can be efforts to hide a technological challenge

Devious designs

Net neutrality shouldn’t come in the way of internet upgrade

The argument that a highway should carry all types of traffic—cars, buses, bullock carts—in the same lane without any discrimination is not tenable. Highways have different lanes, with different s

Net neutrality shouldn’t come in the way of internet upgrade

Editorial: More than a BIT worrying

Removing tax woes from BIT defeats its purpose

Editorial: More than a BIT worrying

Editorial: Careful on those ECBs

Allowing poorly rated firms access is premature

Editorial: Careful on those ECBs

Olympic Ambitions

India has to consider if the gains of hosting the Olympics are worth the costs it would entail

Olympic Ambitions

Column: Reboot the cyber-legal framework

In the backdrop of the SC’s Section 66A judgment, India must update its cyber-laws in keeping with tech progress

Column: Reboot the cyber-legal framework

Column: No easy passage

If legislation is stalled, if retrospective taxation is not reversed, then investors will hesitate in coming to India

Column: No easy passage

Letters to the editor

The real power play

Letters to the editor

Television and digital will drive UMoto racing: Ronnie Screwvala

Unilazer Ventures, a sports marketing firm founded by Ronnie Screwvala, is riding on a passion to place motor racing...

Unilazer Ventures, Ronnie Screwvala, moto racing, India moto racing, UMoto, motor racing News

Who’s afraid of the ‘never-was-neutral’ net neutrality?

We need a balanced consumer-friendly approach, not a net neutrality diktat

Who’s afraid of the ‘never-was-neutral’ net neutrality?

Switch to small solutions

The government must not get bogged down by searching for big solutions to big problems

Switch to small solutions

Inside track

The wife of a member of the NITI Aayog noticed the bare walls of his office and suggested that he hang some paintings to brighten up the room. The member requested the establishment officer for some.

Inside track

P Chidambaram: Who wants rupee at 40 to the dollar?

Not Prime Minister Narendra Modi. Not Ms Sushma Swaraj (who famously tweeted in August 2013, “The rupee has lost its value.

p chidambaram on salman rushdie book ban News
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