Edits & Columns

Now on Tap

Google plans to fight apps with a vengeance to reclaim lost ground on search

Now on Tap

Column: A straitjacket for the rupee

A weaker rupee increases imported inflation, widening the inflation differential further and pushing REER higher

Column: A straitjacket for the rupee

Column: Expect no more cuts for now

Though RBI has predicated its rate action on the monsoon forecast, should it be this forward-looking?

Column: Expect no more cuts for now

Letters to the editor

GDP and India Inc

Letters to the editor

Infratweets: A new power crisis unfolds

Experts monitoring the economy are still trying to find their level of comfort on the GDP numbers released.

Infratweets: A new power crisis unfolds

Not yet the end of the beginning

Much of the recent growth has been funded by a high influx of capital to drive penetration. The business model, running on deep discounts and high customer acquisition costs, is unprofitable

Ecommerce in india, flipkart, amazon, snapdeal News

Net neutrality debate requires careful consideration

Regulations should not prohibit commercial offers such as zero-priced consumer access for certain services

Net neutrality debate requires careful consideration

Editorial: GDP vs India Inc

If GDP’s up 7.5%, why are profits down 24%?

Editorial: GDP vs India Inc

Editorial: Drop the OROP

One Rank, One Pesnsion: It has large cost implications, and is unconscionable

Narendra Modi OROP News

Endorsers, Not Experts

FDA Haridwar is being rather too credulous to hold Madhuri Dixit to her word in the Maggi ads

Endorsers, Not Experts

Column: Moving on reforms

While some changes in the law may be important, it may be necessary to work around this in the short-term

Column: Moving on reforms

Column: Understanding one-rank-one-pension

It is a dramatic escalation of the implicit pension-debt for the government

Column: Understanding one-rank-one-pension

Letters to the editor

Case for rate-cut?

Letters to the editor

Mapping public sanitation facilities

Empowering urban local bodies with real-time monitoring of public sanitation through apps would help realise the goals of Swachh Bharat

Mapping public sanitation facilities

Dovish action but hawkish guidance?

We may get a rate cut today, but don’t bank on a large easing cycle

RBI News

Bit by bit: The Make-in-India advantage

Smartphone companies set to begin making in India; there is sound economics behind the move

Bit by bit: The Make-in-India advantage

Editorial: Reining in subsidies

Getting the SECC data will be a big step forward

Editorial: Reining in subsidies

Editorial: Getting PPP right

Hopefully, Kelkar panel will get the formula right

Editorial: Getting PPP right

Parallel regress

Was Alzheimer’s disease a fallout of the evolution of human intelligence?

Parallel regress

Column: RBI policy hurts India’s growth

Inflation-targeting has created an overvalued rupee which has hit Make-in-India and export competitiveness

Column: RBI policy hurts India’s growth

Column: The long and the short

The Modi govt must bring in radical reforms to revive manufacturing and move people away from the farm sector

Column: The long and the short

Letters to the editor

Towards better HR in banks

Letters to the editor

Over the barrel: For a low carbon path

Energy policy and the green agenda are two sides of the same coin. They have to be tackled together

Opinion News

Educational institutes: Cyclicality in income leading to tight liquidity

Initiatives to rectify the demand-supply mismatch and manpower quality in education are needed if India has to reap its demographic dividend

Educational institutes: Cyclicality in income leading to tight liquidity

IPL 8: Lots of positives and a slump

From TV viewership to live streaming on Internet and ‘Twitter battles’, everything was upwardly mobile during season 8. However, big buys failed to live up to the hype.

IPL 8: Lots of positives and a slump

Inside track

The timing of Manmohan Singh’s meeting with Prime Minister Narendra Modi at Race Course Road was certainly way off the mark, considering it was the anniversary of Modi’s one year in government.

Inside track

Across the aisle: Letter to the Prime Minister

I am an average citizen. I belong to an average family, had an average education, live in an average town, hold an average job, and have average ambitions.

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