• Feb
    By Guy Hands

    In November 2011, I hosted a dinner for senior German bankers that was dominated by heated debate over the continuing Greek financial crisis. They were adamant that Greece should

  • Jan
    By Bloomberg

    However mu­ch they extol the virtues of cooperation US officials remain wary of China’s spreading influence in Asia. President Barack Obama issued the latest warning in his state

  • Dec

    Another year has passed us by and we are busy projecting ourselves into the future. Hope and faith hard to hold on to on any other day

  • Aug

    West Bengal’s finance minister Amit Mitra has had a long experience in business, having been an economist of some credibility, and the long-serving secretary general of India’s once-exalted Federation of

  • Jul

    There is one industrial sector in India that has been kept out of the purview of the normal cycle of investment and production — defence. Given the strategic nature

  • Jul

    For a man derided by former finance minister P Chidambaram for his knowledge of economics as only sufficient to be scribbled on the back of a postage stamp, prime minister

  • Jun

    For a woman to get half as much credit as a man, she has to work twice as hard, and be twice as smart. Fortunately, that isn’t difficult

  • Feb

    This is a budget for less government and more private initiative more private consumption and more private investment. The budget makes a serious attempt at consolidating government finances

  • Apr
    By The writer is founder president, Mahatma Gandhi Foundation

    From April 1 this year right to primary education became a Fundamental Right. Is it significant that April 1 was chosen as the date on which this very

  • Nov

    The City of Gold may be losing sheen but there's opportunity for India.
    The ruler of Dubai Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid al Maktoum is fond of narrating