All stories by N Sundaresha Subramanian
Man behind Old Monk rum passes into the agesRediff.com9 Jan 2018
The man who ran Mohan Meakin for over four decades was a teetotaller.
18 things that will shape India's economy this yearRediff.com8 Jan 2018
As economic policy making moves from pragmatism to populism, the bulls begin to make way for cautious optimists.
How Sajjan Jindal 'reshaped' banking code through tweets!Rediff.com26 Dec 2017
If tweets can do so much, why do we need an independent regulator and multiple committees discuss and recommend policy?
Time to create mother of all mutual fundsRediff.com7 Dec 2017
The time is ripe for a merger of eight fund houses indirectly owned and controlled by the central government, says N Sundaresha Subramanian.
The adman who headed Dera chief Gurmeet's businessRediff.com8 Oct 2017
Though Dentsu Aegis says C P Arora left the business in July 2016, his Twitter handle and LinkedIn profile continue to refer to him as Group CFO of Denstu India.
Why Sunil Godhwani's exit is a big blow to ReligareRediff.com14 Sep 2017
Godhwani's exit comes at a time when the company's fund raising plans and proposed related party transactions are under scrutiny, says N Sundaresha Subramanian.
DeMo effect: Money moves from real estate to stocksRediff.com6 Sep 2017
About Rs 2,000 crore of realty money has flown into stocks in the National Capital Region in the months after demonetisation.
Hits and misses in the M&A spaceRediff.com16 Aug 2017
The failed deals could be the much-needed wake-up call for the M&A space.
Cow protection groups among NGOs on MHA radarRediff.com14 Jul 2017
At least nine such NGOs that had 'gau' or 'cow' in their names are on the list.
Is the minority shareholders of stressed companies getting a raw deal?Rediff.com3 Jul 2017
Close to a million small shareholders have stake in nine NCLT-bound companies
Is a free press also a good business?Rediff.com21 Jun 2017
A simple look at the prices of 10 media stocks during the tenure of the current government tells an interesting tale, says N Sundaresha Subramanian.
War on black money is only half-wonRediff.com31 May 2017
Against estimates of black wealth of Rs 300 lakh crore and black money in cash of Rs 3 lakh crore by economist Arun Kumar, the PMGKY numbers fall short by a huge margin.
The half story-teller, half businessmanRediff.com24 May 2017
Chetan Bhagat turns entrepreneur by getting into the movie business with Half Girlfriend.
Vijay Mallya: A man who knows the law too wellRediff.com3 May 2017
Mallya has lived on the edge for long enough to know that his extradition from UK is not a given, says N Sundaresha Subramanian.
BSE Sensex's long 10,000-point crawlRediff.com18 Apr 2017
The Sensex took less than two years to rally from the 10,000-mark it first hit in February 2006 to double that on that New Year's Eve.
The man who passed the order on Reliance 'fraud' caseRediff.com11 Apr 2017
Efficient use of data and a great sense of timing are two things that stand out in the Sebi whole-time member's order in the matter of Reliance Petroleum
Varanasi: Clean ghats, unclean riversRediff.com18 Mar 2017
The challenges authorities face in cleaning Ganga and other holy rivers in Varanasi.
UP shows that Muslims were 'Modi-fied'Rediff.com12 Mar 2017
Muslim voters in Uttar Pradesh could have voted in significant numbers for the BJP, endorsing its stand on issues like women's rights.
Telenor's Indian adventure: A bold move that didn't clickRediff.com3 Mar 2017
After building a subscriber base of nearly 50 million in about eight chequered years, it finally gave up as it saw itself up against a 600-pound gorilla that breezed through double that many subscribers in a fraction of that time, says N Sundaresha Subramanian.
The raid that led to all of Sasikala's troublesRediff.com15 Feb 2017
The December 1996 raid came following a complaint by BJP's Subramaniam Swamy naming late Chief Minister J Jayalalithaa.