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Subsidiaries Unshelled

A newly notified rule capping layers on subsidiary companies is a step towards delivering 'swachh corporate structure abhiyaan'.

 
 

Disqualification of 2,00,000 directors looks like an extreme step. Let governance and discipline be enhanced through other means

Only stable policies and tax rates can bring back the economys mojo

The time has come to listen

The minister needs to think more about the IP Exchange proposal.

Nearly 90 lakh users; up to 1.2 lakh transactions per second; 320 crore transactions a month; and just 60,000 tax officers.

Policymakers have always thought of temporary relief to farmers ignoring the chronic nature of the ailment.

With multiple rate structure for the same good or service, GST may create new problems even as it solves some old ones

For smaller nations at BRI Forum, India could have been a role model and a shoulder to lean on

Why the latest ordinance on bad loans may end up making things worse than they already are

 
 

Now that IIMs are set to get more freedom to run their affairs, they need to think out of the box to push excellence and make a greater impact.

B-schools mull the option of sharing proprietary information free online, but there are several issues to be ironed out.

Call charges are not what telecom companies can make money out of

China's ambitions and domestic compulsions will ensure that it will continue to needle India. We need to push back firmly

Concerted efforts to address declining crop productivity and water scarcity are crucial for sustainability of Indian agriculture.

In three years, this commerce-driven city has seen a complete transformation. Here's how it happened

The steps we take to protect nature are some of the best ways to ensure the economy keeps its strength

The CEA finds our economists too polite

In spite of high-decibel promotion, Aadhaar has several loopholes that can impact national security and invade people's privacy