Remembering TN Srinivasan: A towering figure in Indian economics who embraced 1991 liberalisation with passion
Srinivasan will definitely be remembered for his contribution to the opening up of the economy, though admittedly a lot of what has happened is due to external pressure (IMF) or political dictum.
World Bank's ease of doing business rankings: India jumps 52 spots in construction permits, but a lot more needs to be done in real estate sector
Where real estate is concerned, the government has tightened the overall real estate sector with key reforms.
IIP at 8.4%: Why the 25-month high figure needs to be taken with a pinch of salt before confirming revival
On the face of it, the sharp 25-month jump in IIP is triggered by significant revival in manufacturing segment.
On convergence of stock and commodity exchanges, Sebi chairman Ajay Tyagi said all bourses will be able to provide trading in all permitted products from 1 October, 2018 -- three years after the merger of erstwhile commodities regulator FMC with Sebi
The long-pending GST Bill was today listed for consideration and passage in Rajya Sabha on Wednesday amidst strong indications that the most far-reaching taxation reform in independent India would be supported by Congress and all other major political parties.
As 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
Narasimha Rao was the architect of India's reforms. This is the story of how he enabled Manmohan Singh to claim the title of "reformer".