Refurbishing the airports
BETWEEN ITS TWO reports, the second of which was released last week, the Naresh Chandra Committee has provided enough and more advice to the Government on what is to be done to redeem the civil aviation sector. Reforming it has not been easy. ...
National carriers need FDI wings
NOTWITHSTANDING the hints given by the Civil Aviation Minister, Mr Praful Patel, while receiving the second report of Naresh Chandra Committee on November 2, the policy uncertainty in the aviation sector may ...
Economic consequence of Bush re-election
Despite the entreaties of the defeated candidate Senator John Kerry to the re-elected President, Mr George Bush, to heal the divide in the country, it is somewhat remote that divisions would be closed. The gulf on some of these issues is so wide that no middle ground is possible. That means America's formidable economic problems are more likely to be compounded than dissipated. And that means economic troubles for the world too, says V. Anantha Nageswaran.
Nuts and bolts of doing business
THE latest report on Doing Business 2005, published by the World Bank, cites the findings of the Copenhagen Consensus, which included the views of a number of Nobel Prize winners to the effect that easing ...
Compensation, key to align manager-investor interest?
It appears that an employee-stock-option-like compensation structure would be an optimal choice.
Barnala I know
JUST because Mr Surjit Singh Barnala, in 1990, when he was the Governor of Tamil Nadu, refused to comply with the wishes of the then Prime Minister, Mr Chandra Sekhar, to send a report to the President against the DMK ...
The castle riddle
THESE are politically difficult days for the ruling United Democratic Front (UDF) Government led by Mr Oommen Chandy. Buffeted by scandals of all kinds, the UDF finds itself with little time or inclination to tackle the real problems of Kerala's ...
Interest on CRR balances
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