Sushila Ravindranath The Indian Express Group
Saturday 14 September '13As election nears, political parties again make much of Katchatheevu
Monday 2 September '13The Cotton Textiles Export Promotion Council (Texprocil) has recently released “A Benchmarking Study of Production Costs in India vis-à-vis Bangladesh, China, Egypt, Indonesia, Pakistan and Turkey”
Tuesday20 August '13Tamil politicians have never been good at projecting the city’s myriad successes.
Friday28 June '13Rajya Sabha polls touch off a new political dynamic in Tamil Nadu
Wednesday29 May '13The south is largely absent from the centenary celebrations of Indian cinema
Monday13 May '13In the south, there are are some remarkable, and legitimate, success stories in chit funds
Tuesday16 April '13As the deadline to commission the nuclear plant nears, there must be a reasonable settlement
Wednesday13 March '13Could sympathy for the island’s Tamils and anger at the Centre actually affect electoral outcomes in Tamil Nadu?
Saturday23 February '13Tamil Nadu, Karnataka must focus on water management and conservation
Friday1 February '13‘Vishwaroopam’ has been banned by a state not known for communal disharmony
Tuesday4 December '12Its anti-Dalit rhetoric shows the party is trying to reclaim its lost footing
Thursday10 February '11I have been inviting R Seshasayee, managing director of Ashok Leyland, for lunch for several weeks now. He agrees to meet me, but asks me to have lunch with him in his office. He is always rushed and ...
Wednesday15 December '10Tara Thiagarajan, chairperson and managing director of Chennai-based Madura Micro Finance is flying off to the US in a few hours.
Monday12 April '10Indians do not innovate. Consider this. India currently ranks 58th on an international innovation ranking by the Economic...
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