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Oct 05, 2017
Manmohan Singh says process of economic reforms still incomplete, fresh thinking needed to design new policyManmohan Singh said the process of economic reforms was "still incomplete" and that a "fresh thinking" was needed
Feb 05, 2017
Rating agencies several notches behind India's reality: Shaktikanta DasTaking a dig at global rating agencies for failing to upgrade India's sovereign rating despite significant improvement in macroeconomic parameters, Economic Affairs Secretary Shaktikanta Das has said the agencies are several steps behind from reality and are missing out on something which only they can best explain.
Dec 21, 2016
ISL 2016: A recap of the best, worst and bizarre moments of the seasonApart from Atlético de Kolkata winning the league and Kerala Blasters winning the fans, here are some of the best, worst and bizarre moments of ISL 2016.
Aug 04, 2016
GST Bill passed: There will be short-term pain but this is a substantive reformGST isn't a populist measure guaranteed to ensure immediate benefits. It is not a sop. It won't, at least in the short term, put more money into our pockets. GST is reform in its truest sense. It may trigger considerable labour pain but eventually it will fructify into a regenerative force for the Indian economy.
Jul 07, 2016
25 years of liberalisation: A glimpse of India’s growth in 14 chartsAs the nation marks the 25th anniversary of the economic reforms this month, here are 13 charts that will help you find out how the country moved
Jun 20, 2014
Hic Hic Hurray, not? Indians are drinking less whiskyIndia's love affair with whisky has been knocked down a few pegs. The growth in whisky drinking is slowing down. There's no danger it will dry up but our relationship with whisky is changing. As Facebook would say it's complicated.
Jun 29, 2012
Rupee posts biggest daily gain 3 years as risk assets rallyThis happened after the government confirmed it will not impose retroactive taxes on foreign investors and as global risk asset rallied.