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Will Amit Shah replace Rajnath Singh as defence minister?Rediff.com29 Jun 2020
Many changes are likely in the BJP and government in coming weeks.
How states are getting back to work amid lockdownRediff.com1 May 2020
Karnataka, Meghalaya, Punjab, Gujarat, Rajasthan, Telangana and Haryana have partially resumed operations.
What Nandan Nilekani said about Infosys whistleblower caseRediff.com11 Jan 2020
We followed the highest standard of corporate governance and disclosures, says Nilekani.
Company performance vs CEO salary: Explained in 6 chartsRediff.com19 Sep 2019
Mid and small companies are more generous in rewarding their CEOs as compared to their larger peers.
'Credit, liquidity should top agenda of Modi 2.0'Rediff.com24 May 2019
'We all wanted a strong Centre with a decisive mandate from the people, to allow them to take bold decisions.'
What Modi2 needs to doRediff.com24 May 2019
The new government's challenge would be to reverse the tide in FDI, boost manufacturing and come up with an e-commerce policy that is fair to all investors.
Right time to invest in small-cap funds?Rediff.com30 Apr 2019
Exposure to these funds should not exceed 10% to 15% of the equity portfolio and the investment horizon should be at least seven years.
Should you invest in credit risk funds?Rediff.com3 Apr 2019
Investors should take limited exposure in credit risk funds.
SMEs ride piggyback on cellphone boomRediff.com19 Feb 2019
On the flipside, since 60-70 per cent of the costs pertain to raw material, which are mostly imported, currency fluctuation is a key risk for the segment.
Investing in 2018: Stay safe, stay alertRediff.com10 Jan 2018
Stockmarket Gurus Raamdeo Agrawal, Manish Gunwani, S Naren and Nilesh Shah discuss their favourite themes for the New Year.
Indian summers: 8 natural hacks to beat the heatRediff.com27 Apr 2017
Have you heard of the 'chillow' that can cool your pillow? Or the 'bedroom plant'?
A 2 minutes' guide to RBI monetary policyRediff.com7 Apr 2017
From liquidity, monetary policy operations to financial inclusion, know about RBI monetary policy
10 things that will change in FY18Rediff.com4 Apr 2017
While for the consumers, there is some gain and some pain, for India Inc, it's all about compliance, consolidation and parity
Keshav Prasad Maurya or Manoj Sinha: Who will be UP CM?Rediff.com12 Mar 2017
After the historic win of Bhartiya Janta Partyin Uttar Pradesh elections on Saturday, the talk about the face of chief minister candidate is the next question.
CEOs expect tax cuts in Budget 2017Rediff.com2 Jan 2017
Majority expect economy to slow down, but are satisfied with Modi govt's performance.
Tata-DoCoMo dispute: What's it all about and where things stand todayRediff.com5 Nov 2016
As Tata and DoCoMo look for out-of-court settlement, here's a blow-by-blow account of the long legal tussle
5 Ratan Tata plans Cyrus Mistry didn't deliver onRediff.com27 Oct 2016
Which were the five businesses Ratan Tata had great hopes for, but his successor failed to deliver?
Mistry is not alone. India Inc's 5 more boardroom coupsRediff.com26 Oct 2016
Mistry is not the first Tata bigwig to be ousted and Tata is not the only big name which saw a doyen or two leave
GST: What will be cheaper and costlierRediff.com25 Oct 2016
One of the the biggest tax reforms since Independence, GST will create a national market for goods and services
Cyrus Mistry's stint as chairman is the shortest ever at Tata groupRediff.com25 Oct 2016
Of the six chairmen that Tata group has had in its 148 years, the longest serving was Jehangir Ratanji Dadabhoy
In defence of small shareholdersRediff.com3 Oct 2016
Sebi to fix promoters' side deals with PE investors
Is India finally moving towards a 'less cash' economy?Rediff.com7 Sep 2016
The Unified Payment Interface could propel banking into a new era
Early Budget is welcome, but challenges remainRediff.com31 Aug 2016
Securing the GDP estimates a month in advance would be a challenge and the government should take the Central Statistics Office on board before embarking on the new schedule for Budget presentation
Urjit Patel's elevation shows govt's willingness to fight inflationRediff.com29 Aug 2016
investors will look to the new governor to continue the banking sector clean-up with the same urgency as Mr Rajan, who was targeting fully cleaned-up and provisioned balance sheets by March 2017
Brexit woes: Indian IT firms must innovate to surviveRediff.com29 Aug 2016
The challenge for Indian software is clear. A good part of its bread and butter business - writing code and maintaining software systems - is being automated, reducing revenue streams and work for lower level employees
How real is India's economic recovery?Rediff.com16 Aug 2016
Lack of new investments may undermine higher consumption
GST implementation will not necessarily increase inflation: Raghuram RajanRediff.com10 Aug 2016
Reserve Bank of India (RBI) Governor Raghuram Rajan spoke on a host of issues at his last post-policy interaction with the media
It's time India starts guarding that precious drop!Rediff.com25 May 2016
The most worrisome aspect is that most water woes are the result of mismanagement
Decoding India's economic numbersRediff.com16 May 2016
The poor performance of capital goods - a bellwether for future growth - has alarmed most analysts
Decades-old tax loophole finally closedRediff.com12 May 2016
It accounted for over a third of foreign direct investment flows into India between 2000 and 2015
2 million cars sold every year, but only 18,000 HNI tax payers!Rediff.com3 May 2016
New data show tax reform, better tracking needed
When terror strikes, markets go bulletproofRediff.com24 Mar 2016
In most cases, they dodged bullets and, in some, recovered the same day
Should Mr Modi continue to give stimulus to India's 'recovering' economy?Rediff.com11 Feb 2016
If the real economy is indeed looking up, then it no longer needs hand-holding and fiscal laxity
Why Modi shouldn't waste all energy on GST BillRediff.com8 Feb 2016
Modi must focus on other state-level reforms, such as those in labour laws, leasing of land and agriculture
5 things to know about negative interest rate policyRediff.com30 Jan 2016
Many fear that in practice if banks make their customers pay to hold their money, it might lead to a situation where consumers hold on to cash.
Why raising EPFO interest rates makes no senseRediff.com29 Jan 2016
High rates of such schemes deter banks from dropping borrowing rates - and thus lending rates
How good were NDA's infrastructure ministries?Rediff.com1 Jan 2016
How the 4 ministries have performed
Free Basics and what the debate is all aboutRediff.com31 Dec 2015
Much of the loudest opposition comes from those in the start-up world, who fear this would put them at a disadvantage in reaching new users
How Google's India projects will ease our livesRediff.com28 Dec 2015
Though India is a low-bandwidth geography with relatively low Internet penetration, it has a very large number of sophisticated surfers and skilled computer users
A year under Modi: Markets score 6/10Rediff.com26 May 2015
BSE 500 and the benchmark Nifty gain 17% and 14%, respectively, in the past year