Richard Thaler did not endorse Narendra Modi's demonetisation; his tweet on Rs 2,000 is still relevant
The twisted tweet on Richard Thaler's view on demonetisation is bringing his views against introduction of Rs 2,000 notes into limelight. Ironic indeed.
The MakeMyTrip incident proves that the troll army has only gained in strength and free speech continues to be in danger in India
Ram Vilas Paswan's proposal to fix dish sizes at hotels is simplistic to say the least
There is nothing much happening on the private capex front while the public capex has been doing well as much as potentially it could
If the RBI was given only a day to take a decision, as Manmohan Singh has said before the Parliamentary Committee on Finance, that explains why the cash crunch persists even after 45 days of demonetisation
In order to shift Rs 46,000 crore worth of transactions per month to digital mode, the country needs an additional 20,000 PoS machines urgently
The government has until now failed to give any hard evidence of a "financial emergency" whatsoever
The RBI's workings have become all the more opaque at a time when it should be more transparent; will Urjit Patel try to salvage the image of a democratic institution that plays a key role in the economy
In the US, it was a 20-25 year journey. But that is not an excuse to wait to begin, says Jack Ringquist, global leader, consumer products, Deloitte
ABB believes it is ideally positioned to work with prime minister Narendra Modi's Make in India programme to improve the India's competitiveness
Vijay Wadhwa of The Wadhwa Group feels quick approvals and SEZ status for affordable housing will increase the supply in the market, which will automatically bring the prices down
The first song of the big budget Malayalam movie Pulimurugan starring Mohanlal is disappointing, especially considering the big names involved — music director Gopi Sunder, lyricist Rafeeque Ahmed, legendary singer KJ Yesudas and south India's favourite KS Chitra.
The construction that has taken place at the site may have already rendered the land uncultivable for a long period of time. Will the government also assist the farmers to bring back the fertility?
Patel, 52, is presently one of the four deputy governors at the RBI.
GST will reduce the overall tax incidence. Along with it, competition between the players will play a role in the reducing the prices further
Can anybody implement anything uniform, let alone tax rate, in a country as diverse as India? It's difficult. And that why this reform is being opposed by a section of economists and also Tamil Nadu.
Businesses and, in turn, economy can thrive only in an environment of tolerance. It is high time the Modi government understood this
May be Modi should read the book closely and take a lesson or two from the former prime minister on how to deal with the central bank
Africa needs alternatives to China. Therein lies the chance for India
Despite all these challenges, India offers immense opportunities for foreign companies, says the report