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Dec 26, 2015
Has Modi failed to deliver on his promise of employment creation to youth?E-coommerce provided employment at warehouses and couriers but that barely scratches the surface of the festering unemployment problem
Jul 25, 2015
Full transcript: Shashi Tharoor on politics, Macaulayputras and the Sunanda investigationThe Congress MP from Thiruvananthapuram kept his listeners engaged for over an hour and answered to every questions, tough and easy, put forward by Firstpost, senior editor, Sandip Roy.
Feb 12, 2015
AAP 2.0 may soften stance on foreign retail but party still mum on e-tailForeign retailers in Delhi may now breath a sigh of relief as the soon to be elected Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) government may compromise on its manifesto and allow FDI in retail.
Sep 16, 2014
All about jobs: What Modi should focus on in talks with ChinaDuring the same period, $43 billion worth of electronic and electrical equipment, both for industrial and consumer use, has also found their way into India from China.
Sep 09, 2014
Big Retail is no monster: By blocking FDI, BJP proves it's a party of tradersEven without the presence of foreign companies in big retail, goods are being sourced from China.
Aug 14, 2014
Indian ecommerce market a huge opportunity for foriegn retailers: reportArray
Aug 08, 2014
Apart from Tesco, India's multi-brand retail is a no-show affairApart from UK-based Tesco Plc, the government has not received any other proposal for investment in the country's multi brand retail sector so far, Parliament was informed today.
Jan 26, 2014
India Ratings maintains negative outlook for retail sector in FY15India Ratings has retained its negative outlook for the retail sector the next fiscal as well with a stable bias, and ruled out revising it to positive near-term
Jan 20, 2014
New innings: After Bharti fallout, Wal-Mart sets up new co in IndiaArray
Jan 19, 2014
AAP downplays Captain Gopinath's comments against party's decision on FDIAam Aadmi Party (AAP) today downplayed Air Deccan founder Captain Gopinath's comments against its government's decision to reject FDI in retail in<br /><br /> Delhi, saying members can have different opinions.