Subhomoy Bhattacharjee The Indian Express Group
Monday 6 January '14Collateral damage keeps mounting: Steel, sponge iron, automobiles, Railways.
Monday 30 December '13Most of AAP’s promises hinge on greater expenditure and that is restricted by Delhi's fiscal rules.
Monday30 December '13The six megalopolises account for over 23 per cent of India’s urban population.
Monday23 December '13Five-point task of DMU was to do same things that CCI is supposed to be doing, except for giving final clearance.
Sunday22 December '13More states giving higher pay to staff employed in govt schemes.
Saturday21 December '13The benefits of liberalisation go to the economies last off the blocks
Thursday19 December '13Hike in pension, cost of higher interest pay outs would have an impact of about Rs 2,800 cr on EPS.
Wednesday18 December '13The MEA sent the proposal to the Ministry of Finance on Monday night.
Monday16 December '13The forensic audit of United Bank of India ordered by RBI is a first in the country’s banking history.
Monday16 December '13Capital costs of AAI-promoted ventures higher than Delhi, Mumbai.
Saturday7 December '13Several industrial groups including Aditya Birla Group, Reliance have made a pitch for bank licences.
Wednesday27 November '13Its consumer price inflation is often above India average; Delhi’s is often below.
Monday25 November '13With the field loaded so clearly for the borrowers is it any wonder debt is a far more attractive option even if technically equity is cheaper?
Monday18 November '13Lower corporate tax rate has been debated for some time within and outside the government.
Friday15 November '13It was primarily these differences that kept the LTU non-functional all these years.
Thursday31 October '13RBI Guv fears banks may not be able to lend for upcoming auctions.
Monday28 October '13India is yet to reach the status of middle income countries—it is still a decade and more away.
Wednesday23 October '13Panel's move in response to protests made by several states at new ordering of backwardness.
Tuesday22 October '13Ahluwalia said he was worried by the extension of the ambit of the Prevention of Corruption Act.
Monday21 October '13Just how well are the states managing their finances? It turns out there is an easy answer to that one.
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