Almost overnight melt up has turned into melt down, leaving in its wake a sea of red across world equity markets.
This is just a flavour of some of the text messages that this writer has received over the last couple of days from pump and dump operators.
When motives become devious, it becomes parasitic, more so because you don’t chase, what you can’t catch, particularly when ego gets involved.
In the days leading up to the annual budget whirligig, this newspaper’s team focused on several stories scooping key ingredients of what would be rural, rural and a more farm focused budget.
Sticking to the knitting was at the very kernel of the strategy employed by Indian policy mavens overseeing Kashmir affairs in the first flush of the border invasion after the state's accession to
CBI arrests an income tax officer and two others in a bribery case
India’s first PM Jawaharlal Nehru has often been accused of being a pacifist, his Fabian Socialist training perhaps acting as a personal touch point.
A vituperative and highly damaging speech at Mujahid Manzil on July 10, 1953 set the tone and tenor of Sheikh Abdullah's future relationship with India.
In school, one had to memorise Julius Caesar and one got pretty good at it.
Attempting to revive the vast swathe of sick PSUs by continuing to pour good money after bad is a self-defeating exercise.