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Mon, Jun 25 2018. 03 13 AM IST

No oil relief

The strain on Indian macro indicators will continue as long as the global oil cartel plays hardball.

Tue, Jun 19 2018. 05 27 AM IST

Europe’s cracks

The days of European largesse towards refugees, led by Germany, are over.

Thu, Jun 14 2018. 02 39 PM IST

Bringing Paul the octopus back to life, with AI

Goldman Sachs has used data mining and artificial intelligence to predict the winner of the 2018 FIFA World Cup starting today

Mon, Jun 11 2018. 03 05 AM IST

Lateral entries

The Narendra Modi government’s move to invite lateral entries needs to be welcomed

Fri, Jun 08 2018. 04 08 AM IST

India’s Raj wars

The fact that India took part in the world wars as a subject of the British empire does not make its role any less important. It is a history that deserves public debate

Thu, Jun 07 2018. 09 44 AM IST

Rate hike: Well done

RBI will have to prevent a liquidity squeeze, but it should do so without straying too far from its inflation-targeting mandate

Sun, Jun 03 2018. 10 54 PM IST

Running on hope

The streaming model might have changed the way popular entertainment works today—but there is no sign on the horizon of how that model can turn a profit

Thu, May 31 2018. 12 33 PM IST

Pharma sector problems

That the government is considering linking medicine prices to wholesale inflation comes as bad news for the pharma sector

Mon, May 28 2018. 12 58 AM IST

Capex revival

Indian crude steel production seems to be on course to finally cross the 100 million tonne mark this fiscal year

Wed, May 23 2018. 12 10 PM IST

Battle of The Exchanges

Lost in the buzz about the ongoing spat between NSE and Singapore Exchange, or SGX, is the key issue of why investors prefer to manage their equity risks offshore rather than onshore

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