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EDITORIAL: Infrastructure and governance deficit
Having neglected to invest in infrastructure throughout the 1990s and for the first half of this decade, India is now short of all sorts of vital support systems, ranging from sewerage in the rapidly growing towns to roads, railway ...
ECONOMY: Perils of predicting inflation
There seems to be a complacency setting in at the government level about the easing of inflationary pressures in the economy. Statements, including from the Prime Minister, aim at assuaging the fear about inflation by saying that by year end ...
INTERVIEW: For a piece of the Sky
It's Vikram Kaushik's last month at Tata Sky before he retires as its founding MD & CEO and he's on a whirlwind round of visits to various cities to bid farewell to his team. “You don't look 60 at all, probably ten years ...
AGRICULTURE: Export can be sweet news for wheat, rice too
The decision to authorise export of 5 lakh tonnes of sugar on OGL (open general licence) to take advantage of high international prices is indeed a step in the right direction. Since the “devil is in the detail”, hopefully ...
FOREIGN TRADE: Economic ties that will know no borders
After the recent three-day visit to India by the Chinese Premier, Mr Wen Jiabao, the majority consensus appears to be that the troubled relations between the two Asian giants have reached a new level. True, the longstanding trust ...
ECONOMIC OFFENCES: Heavy toll of tattered reputations
A time there was when every company and business house worth its salt gave topmost priority to secure and retain the trust and goodwill of its customers and stakeholders and zealously guard its reputation, whatever be the cost and the effort ...
BOOKS: The energy to fight climate change
The Cancun climate negotiations at the 16th Conference of the Parties (COP) of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) and the cognate meeting of Parties to the Kyoto Protocol ended on a positive note by restoring ...
LETTERS: Clamp down on corruption
During 2010, a series of corruption cases have been reported almost from every sphere or sector of society. This has prompted a debate on how to tame this vicious social evil, which is damaging the basic fabric of society by promoting every ...
Columnists: C Gopinath Harish Bijoor G Chandrashekhar S Murlidharan Sharad Joshi Mohan Murti S Balakrishnan Bharat Savur B S Raghavan Ganesh Challa Bhanoji Rao Swati T Banusekar Ramanujam Sridhar Ranabir Ray Choudhury Rasheeda Bhagat P.V. Indiresan P Devarajan S Muralidhar R K Raghavan B Venkatesh S Venkitaramanan
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