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$1 billion Adani loan: Commercial decision or politics at play?
Tue, Dec 02 2014. 12 22 AM

$1 billion Adani loan: Commercial decision or politics at play?

SBI finds itself in the eye of a political storm after signing an agreement with the Adani Group for a $1 billion loan
Land acquisition or land grab?
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Land acquisition or land grab?

Eminent domain laws remain a huge threat to the security of private property rights
The small-town card
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The small-town card

Authentic, on-screen provincialism can only be seen in regional cinema. Mumbai’s film-makers do small town mostly as capsules of life where the old and new mingle in discordant ways
POLITICAL ANIMALS: Nude shades
Thu, Nov 27 2014. 02 17 PM

POLITICAL ANIMALS: Nude shades

The debate about nudity and nakedness alienates a majority of women, but it ought to continue
JAZZMATAZZ: Dayna dares to blow up a perfect storm
Wed, Nov 26 2014. 12 28 PM

JAZZMATAZZ: Dayna dares to blow up a perfect storm

Tenor saxophonist Dayna Stephens has burst into the mainstream jazz scene with a clutch of adventurous albums that sets him ahead of the pack
Barack Obama in India: Symbolism over substance
Tue, Nov 25 2014. 01 01 PM

Barack Obama in India: Symbolism over substance

Two features mark India-US relations: lack of trust, and the other of more recent vintage, the superpower’s confused engagement with Asia
PLAY THINGS: Update to the broken trust
Mon, Nov 24 2014. 08 45 PM

PLAY THINGS: Update to the broken trust

Apple and Google are messing up software updates. They need to spend more time testing software before releasing it for the public
Save the children, legalize child labour
Mon, Nov 24 2014. 03 24 PM

Save the children, legalize child labour

Acting on emotional appeals from activists will do more harm than good for children in poverty
Political parties engaging in doublespeak in Maharashtra
Mon, Nov 24 2014. 09 04 AM

Political parties engaging in doublespeak in Maharashtra

BJP, NCP and Shiv Sena seem to be torn between keeping their core support base happy and playing realpolitik
Kotak-ING Vysya deal a slap on foreign banks’ face
Sat, Nov 22 2014. 01 09 AM

Kotak-ING Vysya deal a slap on foreign banks’ face

Foreign banks lack vision and strategy in India, overlooking acquisition targets, even though all of them continuously talk about huge growth opportunities
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