• Nov

    In Indian politics, just like on the stock market, there has been a rise of the “penny stocks” – the investigative story front-paged in the Financial Chronicle of November 21

  • Nov

    Man is a prisoner of his past but so are institutions. In the ongoing feud between Ratan Tata and Cyrus Mistry the playbook has gone out of

  • Nov
    By Bhavin turakhia

    Digital has become a catch all word for everything good and innovative. I think the most crucial question for now is whether behind all the marketing spends and media

  • Nov
    By Ranjit Rane

    Efficient management of data hasn’t been a forte of the energy and utilities sector. Inspite of being an industry dominated by engineers and scientists who work with facts and

  • Nov

    The escalation of hostilities on the Line of Control, India’s de facto border with Pakistan in Jammu and Kashmir, is kept in check by a fragile threshold.
    Another attack by

  • Nov

    Last week prime minister Narendra Modi paid an official visit to Japan. His host Japanese prime minister Shinzo Abe dedicated an extraordinary amount of time to

  • Nov

    The abolition of high value banknotes and their replacement by new ones, commonly being described as demonetisation, has revealed two Indias — a bit on the same lines as Bharat

  • Nov
    By Jaiveer Shergill

    Even after six months have lapsed since the chief justice of India emotionally pleaded for filling up the vacancies in courts, the government is sitting over the names cleared

  • By Bishwajit Bhattacharyya

    Shall I deposit in bank or burn these notes?” This question is haunting every Indian with the cancellation of Rs 500 and Rs 1,000 notes on November 8, announced by

  • Nov

    The professional politician could become a rare sight in politics, unless he reinvents himself. That is what Donald Trump’s victory in the US presidential elections seems to say. Trump is the ‘outsider’ not merely because he does not belong to the Washington power establishment.