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It Ain't So Sweet Anymore

December 6, 2013 12:38

Sugar mill owners in Uttar Pradesh might have ended their month long shutdown but another crisis seems to be brewing up for them. With the cane price unchanged, private sugar mill owners across the state fear that cane arrears would mount up to unimaginable levels by next year as Rs.280

Can Nepal be saved? maybe.

November 29, 2013 15:07

During the past decade, one South-Asian nation has lived through a situation of unprecedented political instability. Nepal.

Can India's postal unit be saved? maybe.

November 29, 2013 14:59

A500 year-old, debt-laden public service agency under the UK government was sold to private buyers in the middle of last month. Call it a part of the UK government's larger political scheme of austerity

Opaque forex market?

November 22, 2013 17:04

The US Treasury Department confidently claimed in November 2012 that "the market for foreign exchange transactions is one of the most transparent and liquid global trading markets." It further added that

Sachin and whose army, eh?

November 22, 2013 17:04

When the whole nation was on breaking news edge due to the retirement of Sachin Tendulkar, one of the two greatest cricketers of modern times (Lara inarguably being the other one), news flashed that Sachin had been

Opaque forex market?

November 22, 2013 16:52

The US Treasury Department confidently claimed in November 2012 that "the market for foreign exchange transactions is one of the most transparent and liquid global trading markets"

China is on the verge of reforms

November 15, 2013 16:28

From November 9 to November 12, 2013, the Chinese Communist Party organised a historic plenary session of the 18th Central Committee to set the course of China's socio-economic future.

Say no to tobacco!

November 15, 2013 16:19

In November 2012, we inscribed an op-ed requesting the Indian government to not just ban gutka, but cigarettes too, citing statistics that proved how the issue was far more pressing than perceived

Wrong opinion on opinion polls

November 9, 2013 14:12

The United Progressive Alliance, the governing coalition of India led by the Congress party had recently written to the Election Commission

Owing a home is a distant dream?

November 9, 2013 14:05

If you are planning to book a house today in India, especially in the National Capital Region (NCR)


November 1, 2013 16:17

The world has raised its eyebrows since a long time regarding the rising trend of income inequality across the globe. A few years back, renowned economist Joseph Stiglitz stated that "the rich are getting much, much richer, while regular people

Yet to Play The Game!

November 1, 2013 16:01

Financial inclusion has become a buzzword today across the nation. Although since Independence the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) has been working for the welfare of the economy, it was only in 2004 that for the first time RBI emphasized on the concept of financial inclusion.

Making CSR more sustainable

October 25, 2013 11:07

Business entities professing and working for the public good are not uncommon, even in India. From the time modern form of business started in India back in the 19th century, Indian business houses like the Tatas, Birlas, Singhanias and the Godrej have been practising philanthropy by spending a part of their profits for social and religious causes. Later on in the 20th century, even Gandhi highlighted the moral virtues embedded ...

Direct Selling: Boon or Bane?

October 25, 2013 10:57

What can be the right measure of B2B growth in India in the generations ahead? Going by the fact that today a major part of B2B transactions take place online, the role of B2B transaction can’t be ignored. With internet transactions growing exponentially every year, the usage and reliability ....

Is Affordable housing a sham?

October 18, 2013 14:01

Unlike the old days, the realty sector sector today has metamorphosed into a completely new avatar. Developers are moving away from swanky


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