April 29, 2016

EPF flip-flops

The Centre needs to work harder on building consensus on reforms »


April 29, 2016

The emperor’s borrowed feathers

The fugitive When will he return?

K Giriprakash

In a country obsessed with the rich, Vijay Mallya’s fall from grace is a cautionary tale »


April 28, 2016

Taking cover

Balamurali Radhakrishnan

Why we must rev up the securitisation market »


April 28, 2016

Much maligned, more misunderstood

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Bandi Ram Prasad

Despite being weighed down on many fronts, the performance of PSBs commends itself on the world stage »


April 29, 2016




April 28, 2016

How to solve India’s exports puzzle

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The steady decline in India’s exports over the past one-plus year has been at the centre of a raging debate in India. Granted, global factors such as tepid global demand, erosion of commodity prices a... »


April 27, 2016

Creating an Internet of People

Holistic tech Understanding it is complex, but a must for policy

TV Ramachandran

To achieve this, robust rules and policies should drive the Internet of Things and broadband in India. Here’s a roadmap »



April 29, 2016

Owner value

This refers to ‘Much maligned, more misunderstood’ by Bandi Ram Prasad (April 29). The author has shown the brighter side of public sector banks. However, one cannot agree with the conclusion that w... »
April 27, 2016

Consolidate this position

The RBI deputy governor’s assertion that a nudge from the government may be one way to ensure consolidation among PSBs hits the nail on the head (‘Consolidation among PSBs must be based on synergy o... »
April 25, 2016

Farmers can’t wait

‘Chained to debt in life and death’ by A Narayanamoorthy and P Alli (April 25) is a down-to-earth account of the distressed farmer. The condition of the Indian farmer is very much like King Sisyphus... »
April 21, 2016

Ruthless humans

The demise of police horse, Shaktiman, which succumbed to multiple fractures sustained during a BJP protest in Dehra Dun, has saddened animal lovers. The assault evoked widespread condemnation and le... »
April 19, 2016

Sheer guts

‘The unconquerable soul’ by Rasheeda Bhagat (April 19) is an inspiring article. D Ravi of Ambur, afflicted by polio, is determined to get into the ‘Limcas’ by undertaking a non-Stop 24-hour road trip... »
April 28, 2016

Manipulative builders

I agree with your editorial, ‘Reviving real estate’ (April 28). The Real Estate Bill needs to be converted into a law so that developers fall in line. It is an open secret that clearances from vario... »
April 26, 2016

Bankers’ dilemma

Every word of ‘Don’t push bankers into indecision’ by S Adikesavan (April 26) has been penned with experience. Ever since the Mallya incident, bankers have been shown in bad light. There are few suc... »
April 22, 2016

What goes out

This refers to ‘Who killed Indian exports?’ by Lokeshwarri SK (April 22). When Europe is not in a good shape and the Chinese economy has also slowed down significantly and our being mainly import-ba... »
April 20, 2016

The looming drought

The news on drought conditions is cause for concern. Though the IMD and Skymet have a fairly optimistic outlook on rainfall, we need to understand why we are in this situation. The current excessive ... »
April 18, 2016

Wise decision-making

With reference to ‘Will it rain or not?’ by Yoginder K Alagh (April 18), the IMD personnel are weather wise, but most of us, especially planners, are otherwise. While the IMD can predict the country’... »

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