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Teach your child to eat right
Mon, Aug 25 2014. 08 10 PM

Teach your child to eat right

Offer junk food as part of a regular diet once or twice a week, without giving it that undue importance, so the child doesn’t develop an attachment to it
FMC gaining from finance ministry oversight
Mon, Aug 25 2014. 07 54 PM

FMC gaining from finance ministry oversight

The new rules provide the necessary legal backing for regulation of intermediaries by FMC
Stock markets: lock in or let run?
Mon, Aug 25 2014. 07 26 PM

Stock markets: lock in or let run?

Foreign investors should hedge the rupee risk going forward if the investment horizon is at least two years
The enemy of the good
Mon, Aug 25 2014. 06 21 PM

The enemy of the good

A look at the work of Subhash Khot, who has been awarded one of the highest prizes in mathematics, the Rolf Nevanlinna Prize
The murky world of suitcase banking
Mon, Aug 25 2014. 05 41 PM

The murky world of suitcase banking

Early this month, when CBI arrested a broker in Delhi for alleged involvement in paying the Syndicate Bank chairman Rs.50 lakh to approve a loan, another broker in Mumbai celebrated the arrest
GST: small reform, big impact
Mon, Aug 25 2014. 02 23 AM

GST: small reform, big impact

Implementing GST will be one small step for the legislature but a giant step for the benefit of the country
Requiem for the Planning Commission
Mon, Aug 25 2014. 02 23 AM

Requiem for the Planning Commission

From the stump speeches of Narendra Modi, it is likely that the new entity which will replace the Plan panel will be a body that will dwell on its function as a bridge between centre and states
Requiem for MGNREGA?
Mon, Aug 25 2014. 02 23 AM

Requiem for MGNREGA?

The world’s largest social security net deserves better, especially given its potential to contribute to strengthening the foundations of an inclusive, green economy
Déjà View | A man with a plan
Mon, Aug 25 2014. 02 23 AM

Déjà View | A man with a plan

The Planning Commission is considered the greatest of Nehruvian follies, but whose idea was it originally?
Babasaheb Neelkanth Kalyani: The modern-day alchemist
Mon, Aug 25 2014. 02 23 AM

Babasaheb Neelkanth Kalyani: The modern-day alchemist

Babasaheb Neelkanth Kalyani, chairman and MD of Bharat Forge, on how his investment in automation and expensive technology has paid off
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