All stories by Una Galani
Indian tycoon's sweetened Cairn bid is still sourRediff.com25 Jul 2016
All in all, Cairn India shareholders are getting a 9.1 per cent premium based on closing prices of July 22
India's debt burden: How politicians, business tycoons messed it upRediff.com30 Jun 2016
India is Asia's other bad debt headache.
India's unicorns limp along without foreign fundsRediff.com2 Jun 2016
For India startups, pulling in the reins now may enable them to live longer - even if it means shedding their unicorn status, says Una Galani.
India's $120 bn of bad debt is ripe for pickingRediff.com25 May 2016
The central bank has ordered lenders to clean up balance sheets by March 2017
Despite a rough patch, Tata's portfolio power still just about adds upRediff.com24 May 2016
Tata Consultancy Services, the $73 billion IT group, is India's biggest company by market value and four times the size of any other listed Tata entity
India's new payment banks will find profit elusiveRediff.com19 May 2016
Regulators will need to allow the model to evolve to allow profits to flow, says Una Gulani.
Indian banks require capital before M&ARediff.com17 May 2016
Many of India's sleepy state banks don't have the management capacity they need to tackle bad debts and deals at the same time, says Una Galani.
The bright side of India's bad-debt witch huntRediff.com16 Mar 2016
India's investigating agencies have in the past made a lot of noise about probes that resulted in few convictions
Mallya's flashy lifestyle makes him an easy target for politiciansRediff.com11 Mar 2016
India's tough stance is better late than never.
India's Budget maths looks ambitiousRediff.com1 Mar 2016
India's track record of over-promising and under-delivering also leaves plenty of room for doubt.
Cheap oil makes Mukesh Ambani a stinky rich manRediff.com20 Jan 2016
Reliance earned $11.50 for every barrel of crude that it processed during the last three months of the calendar year - almost 60 per cent more than a year earlier.
A tough battle for Zuckerberg to offer free Internet to India's poorRediff.com5 Jan 2016
It is startling that Mark Zuckerberg has failed to convince so many in India about the merits of Free Basics.
A bruising price war looms as Ambani prepares to launch Reliance JioRediff.com22 Dec 2015
Ambani's $15 bn bet will upend Indian telecom
US visa pain would go beyond Indian IT giantsRediff.com16 Dec 2015
New Delhi has made it clear that any blow to its outsourcing industry would make the country less receptive to helping American companies that run into trouble in India
Anil Ambani gears up to fight the telecom battleRediff.com7 Dec 2015
Reliance Communications could become a much more formidable opponent.
Should investors bet on Coal India?Rediff.com19 Nov 2015
If investors still have appetite to buy shares in one of the region's most expensive markets, Coal India might stack up.
StanChart shakeup turns screws on India's tycoonsRediff.com5 Nov 2015
Among India's capital-starved local banks, Essar is viewed as too big to fail.
Indian telco M&A calls for closer Ambani tiesRediff.com3 Nov 2015
The long-overdue consolidation makes indebted RCom an even more attractive partner for a soon-to-launch upstart led by older brother Mukesh.
Is India a 'bright spot' as Modi claims?Rediff.com13 Oct 2015
Some of Modi's biggest reforms have met with fierce political opposition.
Modi offers Silicon Valley the welcome Xi won'tRediff.com25 Sep 2015
Technology purchases in the People's Republic will reach $136 billion this year, four times more than in India.
India's anti-corruption campaign makes quiet stridesRediff.com9 Jul 2015
The government has made it much harder for tycoons to get special dispensations from Delhi
Nikesh Arora: SoftBank's next boss' promotion is more symbol than successionRediff.com13 May 2015
Arora's appointment brings no real transfer of power, says Una Galani.
India's $13bn spectrum auction has room for upsetRediff.com3 Mar 2015
Reliance Jio submitted the highest pre-auction deposit.
Modi market mania faces test in $3.7 billion coal stake saleRediff.com30 Jan 2015
Govt is selling a stake in Coal India worth around $3.7 bn.
Why SpiceJet rescue is no fix for India's ailing aviation sectorRediff.com19 Dec 2014
India must address issues that are plaguing its aviation sector.
India's e-commerce prize may be spread thinlyRediff.com30 Jul 2014
The overall e-commerce opportunity in India and China is comparable, yet it's hard to see any single player in India emerging with Alibaba-like market share.
Alibaba's IPO filing has strategy-shaped holeRediff.com8 May 2014
The Chinese e-commerce giant has outlined its vision, but hasn't really explained the logic behind a recent spree of investments.
Dry spell may soon be over for Indian IPOsRediff.com5 May 2014
Stock market investors are betting that a new government led by Modi will be able to cut red tape and revive economic growth