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Unified, but not fully untangled
IT IS TOO early to say if the Union Cabinet's approval of the Unified Licensing Regime for basic and cellular services signals an end to the festering litigation over limited mobility in the telecom sector. The Cabinet decision goes along with ... More

ECONOMY


Dwelling in malady
Symptoms of urban illness have been observed for quite sometime, but were largely ignored as mostly the poor were affected and that was easier to blame it on higher powers. Attempts have begun to remedy the urban malady. P. V. Indiresan on a t hree-pronged strategy to make urban life more liveable. More

POLITICS


Training politicians
AMONG all political parties that I have known and observed, the Paattali Makkal Katchi (PMK) of Tamil Nadu under the leadership of Dr Ramadoss has begun to appeal to me more and more. This is because it is a party which ... More

CREDIT POLICY


Will Dr Y.V. Reddy surprise?
THE markets are eagerly awaiting Dr Y. Venugopala Reddy's maiden Credit Policy statement as Governor. It is only appropriate to point out that Dr Reddy is not a new hand at the game. He had left his imprint on a ... More

Monetary Policy Review — Managing inflation and liquidity
The interest in today's Mid-term Review of Monetary and Credit Policy comes with the new Governor, who prefers a mixture of continuity and change amidst the lack of concrete views emerging in the market. More

DERIVATIVES MARKETS


Shift volumes from futures to options
THAT the Indian derivatives market has improved in volumes is indeed commendable. But a cause for concern is the discernible shift in the market structure — volumes in the options segment have fallen even as ... More

CORPORATE GOVERNANCE


Who decides the strategy?
WHILE newspapers are full of rumours that Google, the search engine company, is making a public offering of shares, its co-founder is quite happy with the company remaining private. In a radio interview, Sergey Brin ... More

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