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Mon, Nov 12 2018. 01 26 AM IST

Oil bears in charge

Oil prices are set to become an electoral issue in 2019 Lok Sabha elections as Saudi Arabia has decided to curtail oil supply from December

Mon, Nov 05 2018. 04 50 AM IST

Policy fallout of fixed minimum recharge

If the necessity for minimum recharge leads to connection lapses, those who need direct benefit transfers could face difficulty accessing them

Fri, Nov 02 2018. 06 29 AM IST

India-US GSP issue: Exports trouble

The US has scrapped GSP privileges for 90 items. India is likely to be the worst hit country, affected in 50 of these instances

Thu, Nov 01 2018. 11 12 PM IST

RBI vs Government: Not the last word

If the government wants regulatory changes, it should make the suggestion and leave it to RBI to take a call; forcing the latter’s hand will not help

Mon, Oct 22 2018. 04 45 AM IST

Amritsar train accident: The blame game

The desire to apportion blame in the Amritsar train accident is understandable, but the revellers who chose to crowd the tracks broke a law which is there for a reason

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

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