Edits & Columns

Holes in the Budget fine print

Service tax norms for aggregators need more clarity.

Holes in the Budget fine print

Monetary framework applies to us also: Jayant Sinha

We are trying to introduce measures to make the tax administration more responsive. A lot of companies have asked us for a higher threshold for levy of excise duty so that they do not have to deal wit

Monetary framework applies to us also: Jayant Sinha

Column: The comeback king

Jagmohan Dalmiya is the only man in recent history to become BCCI president for two separate terms. But his success this time will depend on his adaptability.

Column: The comeback king

Column: Budget 2015, Good, bad and ugly

We may have multiple parties in India, but among the “commentariat” (columnists, letter-writers, tweeters, bloggers and abusers), there are only two benches: the Treasury who can see nothing but g

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Inside track

Her detractors have mocked her lack of academic credentials, but the staff in the HRD ministry are amazed by Smriti Irani’s extraordinary memory. Once she has read a file, she can recite intricate

Inside track

Editorial: TP woes continue

Despite the fall, tax adjustments are still too high

Editorial: TP woes continue

Editorial: Prioritising banking

RBI should widen PSL base, not tighten it further

Editorial: Prioritising banking

Start-up Gains

IT sector likely to emerge as the biggest winner of India’s start-up boom

Start-up Gains

Column: Why Delhi shouldn’t ask for statehood

The Delhi govt’s expenses are heavily subsidised by the Centre. With full statehood comes a budget-busting bill

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Letters to the editor

In the defence of a documentary

Letters to the editor

Data drive: Budget likes on social media

Finance minister Arun Jaitley’s first full year Budget got a major thumbs-up from a majority of social media...

Data drive: Budget likes on social media

Editorial: Banking on consolidation

Unviable branches will have to be shut

Editorial: Banking on consolidation

Editorial: Rethinking coal auctions

Reverse bidding for power isn’t all it is made out to be

Editorial: Rethinking coal auctions

Fingertip Feedback

Crowd-sourcing a PMO app is one of the many out-of-the-box ideas that can help realise Digital India

Fingertip Feedback

Column: Why not ban the RSS?

Wrong to ban India’s Daughter, wrong to extend the ambit of the cow-slaughter ban, and wrong to ban the RSS

Column: Why not ban the RSS?

Letters to the editor

Too taxing a Budget

Letters to the editor

Union Budget will enhance Indian industry’s competitiveness

Phased reduction of the corporate tax rate and steps to tackle inverted duty structure will help industry compete globally

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Urban Financial Exclusion: A neglected concern

In India, access to banking services is seen to be lower for the urban poor than their rural counterparts

Urban Financial Exclusion: A neglected concern

Editorial: More room to cut rates

Assuming a 5.5% CPI, another 50bps on the cards

Editorial: More room to cut rates

Editorial: Clearing divestment route

Sebi needs to work on more liberal OFS/FPO rules

Editorial: Clearing divestment route

Google Wireless

Even if Google doesn’t become a national wireless network in the US, it could still drive cheaper data

Google Wireless

Column: Inflation-targeting – Risks to the new framework

Disinflation costs, weak fiscal institutions and a non-responsive supply-side are key risks

Column: Inflation-targeting – Risks to the new framework

Column: Fast-tracking Railway modernisation

Augmentation of capacity by adding tracks up to 4 times the existing length in specific routes is the right way to go

Column: Fast-tracking Railway modernisation

Letters to the editor

Balancing deficit and spending

Letters to the editor

Food cafe by Sharan Apparao: State of the art

The Chennai-based gallerist and curator shares with Sushila Ravindranath how the art scene has come a long way. What was a non-existent market in 1982 is serious business today, with big money exchang

Food cafe by Sharan Apparao: State of the art

Has the Budget done enough to boost infrastructure?

While the allocation to the infrastructure sector will go up by R70,000 crore in 2015-16 over last year, the sector needs consolidation in policy framework

Has the Budget done enough to boost infrastructure?

Editorial: Buying an outdated policy

Inflation-targeting is a bad idea, and will hit govt

Editorial: Buying an outdated policy
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