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One hand gives, the other takes

Sanjay Kapoor

The cheerful countenance of the world’s biggest philanthropist and founder of Microsoft, Bill Gates, creates an impression that his philanthropic enterprise in the area of agriculture and health ha

Economy: Banking on the Budget

The public sector banks urgently need measures to tackle the bad loan crisis and all eyes are on Jaitley
Sindhu Bhattacharya Delhi 

Economy: Batting on a Doctored wicket?

The government needs to summon the political will to step up capital expenditure by trimming subsidies, instituting more efficient, intelligent and diligent taxation and attracting more FDI
Mohan Guruswamy Delhi 

Economy: Welfare, the poor and where is the money going?

It’s time again for the Budget session and the government needs to put across a vision for India that matches the expectations it has raised
MR Sivaraman Chennai 

'Geopolitics of oil, crisis in West Asia and its impact on India'

 

 

 

 

Economy: Where are the Green Shoots?

The Savings to GDP ratio has been stagnant at about 28%, having fallen from a peak of 38.1% in 2008.  So where is the money for investment going to come from?
Mohan Guruswamy Delhi

India has a long experience in dealing with Terrorism: Peter Varghese

Hardnews met with Secretary Varghese to hear his views on Islamic State, gangster Chhota Rajan and the Adani Group’s investments in Australia.  Excerpts
Sanjay Kapoor Delhi  

Modi government’s Moody blues

Why the improved World Bank ranking is not the real story while the Moody’s Analytics report is
Mohan Guruswamy Delhi 

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