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Google CEO Sundar Pichai (Photo: ANI)
Google CEO Sundar Pichai (Photo: ANI)

Opinion | Google’s India bet

The money will be pumped in through a mix of equity investments and partnerships, plus other avenues that support the country’s e-infrastracture, Google CEO Sundar Pichai said

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Photo: Mint
Photo: Mint

Opinion | Asia’s two big economies will both lose as they decouple

The border clash between the two nations has snapped ties that could have spelt greater value for both

Photo: Mint
Photo: Mint

Opinion | India’s economy needs a way out of short boom-and-bust cycles

Corrective action begins with the question of why Indian expansions turn into crises so soon

Photo: Bloomberg
Photo: Bloomberg

Who wants to soak a millionaire?

  • A group of wealthy individuals in the West has appealed for higher taxes on the rich to help governments fight the covid pandemic. It’s an alluring idea, but is it feasible?

Google has its eyes set on India

  • Its $10 billion India Digitization Fund highlights the Indian market’s vast potential. It will also heighten competition online and that’s good news for us

Photo: Bloomberg
Photo: Bloomberg

Opinion | An MSME helpline

India’s government will soon roll out a scheme to help salvage bankrupt MSMEs. This seems to be aimed at making it less painful for all parties whose interests need to be looked after when small set-ups go bust.

Representative image (Photo: Bloomberg)
Representative image (Photo: Bloomberg)

Opinion | The ease of doing business: It’s time to walk the talk

In India, most of the changes undertaken in the past were pro-business, not pro-market

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Most people might be good, sort of. But it does not matter because evil needs just a few to triumph (Photo: ANI)
Most people might be good, sort of. But it does not matter because evil needs just a few to triumph (Photo: ANI)

Opinion | Why it doesn’t matter that humans are basically good

A single rotten apple or person is enough to spoil a bunch of good folk out there and that’s the reality

Photo: Priyanka Parashar/Mint
Photo: Priyanka Parashar/Mint

Opinion | A plan for us to create a globally competitive industrial sector

Five ideas that are not difficult to implement and can form part of a focused long-term strategy

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Photo: Reuters

Opinion | A new normal created by the ‘hysteresis’ effects of covid

We could see a hybrid model that worsens inequality but grants more people access to finer things

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As businesses reopen, private equity and venture capital investments are expected to continue flowing into the country, with investors feeling confident about the long-term potential of the Indian economy. (Mint)
As businesses reopen, private equity and venture capital investments are expected to continue flowing into the country, with investors feeling confident about the long-term potential of the Indian economy. (Mint)

Opinion | PE investments expected to bounce back from covid-19 shock: Bain & Co

  • Investment activities witnessed a sharper decline in Q2 versus Q1, as the national lockdown kept investor sentiment muted
  • Deals greater than $100 million were down to about 30 in H1 2020 compared to 55 during the same period last year

Beware an encounter raj

  • Vikas Dubey’s ‘encounter’ killing should alarm the country. If elementary principles of justice are flouted so brazenly, our democracy will be in danger.

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Prime Minister Narendra Modi (Photo: PTI)
Prime Minister Narendra Modi (Photo: PTI)

Opinion | India’s red carpet

India has an opportunity to present itself as a good place to set up shop. Recent policy tweaks have been aimed at this, with new sectors opened to foreign inflows, lower corporate taxation, and red tape cut.

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