Edits & Columns

Regional caFe: Decoding the Chettiars

The inheritance feud between Chettinad Group chairman MAM Ramaswamy and his adopted son MAMR Muthiah, who is in control of Chettinad Cement, has its roots in history

Regional caFe: Decoding the Chettiars

Editorial: Not so fast, Mr Sinha

Reviving discoms vital, but states need to fund it

Editorial: Not so fast, Mr Sinha

Editorial: Broadband from space

Get set for anytime, anywhere connectivity

Editorial: Broadband from space

Column: On the brink

Let us hope the eurozone offers a better life to the Greek people outside than inside the euro

Column: On the brink

America and China: The productivity paradox

Without powerful innovations, sustaining productivity growth will be an uphill battle

America and China: The productivity paradox

Just Nuke ’em

NASA could soon ensure that there are no errant asteroids and meteors

Just Nuke ’em

Whither IIMs?

We should let our prestigious management institutes be free from government control

Whither IIMs?

Letters to the editor

Letters to the editor

Letters to the editor

Achieving India’s manufacturing growth dream

While the government builds world-class infrastructure, it needs to recognise that future manufacturing leaders will be created in classrooms

Achieving India’s manufacturing growth dream

Drop the crop insurance plan

It is clear from global experience that crop insurance is not economically viable and, in a country like India which is dominated by small landholders, it does not even seem to be feasible

Drop the crop insurance plan

Inside Track by Comi Kapoor

Close observers have noticed some minor changes in Rahul Gandhi's behaviour. He no longer rolls up his sleeves. He refrains from addressing everybody as bhaiya and is delivering his speeches at a slow

Inside Track by Comi Kapoor

Magna Carta does not assure liberty

King John ruled England from 1199 to 1216. He was, by most accounts, an incompetent king. He betrayed almost everyone he could profitably betray.

Opinion News

MS Dhoni and the haze

It's too premature to say Dhoni's captaincy is on the line. Just one series loss doesn't a paradigm make. But even if he is removed from the post, it won't be the end of his world

MS Dhoni and the haze

Data Drive: Less currency for a cashless economy

The government is looking to move towards a cashless economy. A draft paper has proposed tax rebates for shopkeepers...

Data Drive: Less currency for a cashless economy

Food Safety & Standards Authority of India: The sleeping giant wakes up

FSSAI has been lethargic and inefficient in the past and it can be because of many reasons such as financial constraints, untrained manpower, etc. But now it has started to act.

fssai News

Editorial: Internet governance

Multi-stakeholder approach is right

Editorial: Internet governance

Editorial: EPFO gets the message

Investing in index funds will help improve yields

Editorial: EPFO gets the message

Chocodelight

Chocolate that will melt only in mouth and not in hands will soon be a reality

Chocodelight

Column: Prime-time fugitive Modi

Lalit Modi is not a fugitive. Therefore, what Swaraj or Raje did for him was not wrong

Column: Prime-time fugitive Modi

Letters to the editor

FSSAI in a proactive mode

Letters to the editor

Column: Shelter from the storm in Europe

Europe must confront the Greek crisis, Russia’s incursion in Ukraine, and the rise of populist political parties

Column: Shelter from the storm in Europe

Editorial: A less unequal India

Agriculture growth at the heart of the change

Editorial: A less unequal India

Editorial: Getting Smart

Without pricing reforms, a waste of time and money

Editorial: Getting Smart

Pay masters

Teachers at IIT coaching centres are making the most

Pay masters

Column: Cutting SEBs to size

To discipline them, the Centre should withhold part of the funds that it gives the states

Column: Cutting SEBs to size

Column: Too little for private companies

The clamour of private firms seeking more exemptions should not be left unheard

Column: Too little for private companies

What does the FTA with EEU has in store for India?

The agreement will boost trade, benefit sectors such as pharma, textiles and food items, and can even counter the growing economic influence of China in the central Asian region

What does the FTA with EEU has in store for India?
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