Regaining audit’s credibility

The CAG model, where the auditor has no links with the firm, is worth following. »

A fair bit of hype

The bitcoin seems like an instrument for shady deals. »

Wealth of information, but no action

The Finance Ministry refuses to act on wealth disclosures of the political class. A few days ago, former Chief Election Commissioner T. S. Krishnamurthy dropped a bombshell of sorts. »

Time to take a hard look at political funding

Aam Aadmi Party has shown how funds can be transparently collected. Now, for some tax reform. »

Grey areas in harassment law

The sexual harassment law allows for the crime to be hushed up. »

For financial inclusion, try black magic

Demonetise Rs 500 and Rs 1,000 notes to start the banking habit, and mop up black money in the bargain. »

Medical negligence calls for fair treatment

Compensation should not be based on a hospital’s or victim’s income. »

Build on a decent foundation

SEBI’s REIT Regulations are on the right lines but the rules need tweaking. »

Tax dept has strong case against Nokia

A tax loophole helped Vodafone. Nokia may not be as lucky in its royalty dispute. »

When auditors keep bad company

Lessons from NSEL, Satyam — managements should not appoint their own auditors. »
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