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Bon appetit Mr Modi!

'Make in India' will be central to Mr Modi's visit to Europe and Canada. It is difficult to predict what will happen with the Rafale deal, but if it goes through, it will undoubtedly become the......

Can Niti Aayog transform India?

'A lot will depend on the first Aayog and the power it derives.' Rashme Sehgal on what we can expect from the Planning Commission's replacement. One of the main edifices of the Nehruvian era, the......

'Given who we had in the past, Parrikar is a gem of wisdom'

'It is just that we have our standards so low that anybody looks good now.' 'His sort of extremely terminological inexactitude is a serious problem. He doesn't seem to understand the difference......

India-baiting US diplomat Robin Raphel under probe

‘It's unclear whether she is the target of the investigation, or what agents were searching for. The officials said it is an ongoing investigation and no charges have been filed,’......

'Red Austin knew more about the Constitution than most Indians'

'His death leaves a void in the hearts of all those who care about India and its great experiment with rule by the people.' 'He was one of the last of the generation of American scholars on India......

Recession is over: Who are the biggest winners?

It is official. The recession is over! The United States' National Bureau of Economic Research has declared the recession that started in December 2007 ended in June 2009. The 18-month slump was......

New black money law recreates inspector raj of yore

A major criticism of the new law is that it can become an instrument of abuse as it confers the tax enforcement authorities with strong discretionary powers. As Congress MP from Thiruvananthapuram......

Should you sell stocks in May?

The Indian markets have lost ground 11 times in May since 1993. Rising oil prices, sub-par corporate performance in March 2015 quarter, retrospective taxation issues pertaining to foreign......

Confused about the Budget proposals? Please read this

Extends fiscal deficit reduction roadmap by one year to 2017-18 Raises services tax, to implement GST by April 2016 and cut corporation tax from 2016-17 to 25% by 2020 The Government has presented......

Yes, the rupee IS overvalued

Rupee volatility could be dampened if it is steadily manoeuvered to levels consistent with inflation differentials, say Jaimini Bhagwati and Abheek Barua In the recent past, commentaries in this......
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How much space can Rs 80 lakh buy you?

Sneha Sharon Mammen, Magicbricks bureau Zeroing down on a property is a task. However, the process of going through one property after another... ...

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Study

Gujarat has spent just 3.3 per cent of its state gross domestic product (GSDP) towards education sector indicating one of the lowest levels among... ...

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South Asia Intelligence Review, Volume 13, No. 47

Data and assessments from SAIR can be freely published in any form with credit to the South Asia Intelligence Review of the Print Mrinal Kanta Das... ...

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- 23rd edition of ProPak Asia to showcase latest machines & technologies

For Thailand, food and drink processing and manufacturing is an important component of the economy growing at approximately 15 per cent. With... ...

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The case of 'extra' children

Provided by Quartz India-school-children India is home to the world's largest population of illiterates. And part of the blame, according to a... ...

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