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With the government finally biting the bullet, potential buyers are weighing up the Air India opportunity.
Choking supply of Darjeeling tea can only hurt the growers.
With renewed interest in the KG basin, RIL and BP hope to benefit from the government's new pricing policy.
Older telcos want floor price and other measures to check losses. The government will not find it easy to meet their demands.
Selling a loss-making, debt-ridden carrier like Air India is no easy task, but the government hopes to be third time lucky.
The dream of having only electric vehicles on Indian roads is an extremely difficult one to realise by 2030.
Without adequate manpower and infrastructure to ensure better quality medicines, generic drug prescriptions alone may be futile.
With changes in WPI and IIP, along with a stabilised GST, GDP numbers may become more credible, says Pronab Sen
Shifting the heads of three large PSBs may not bring any respite to the trouble-torn banking space.
Why the proposed IDFC and Shriram Group merger makes perfect sense.
Why India cannot afford to be complacent about trade imbalances.
A number of Indian companies are facing action from the USFDA for failing manufacturing quality standards.
The RBI appears to be cracking down on banks and asking them to classify more stressed assets as NPAs. Is there an element of discretion here?
With rising job losses, the trend of union activity in the IT sector will only intensify.
The NDA government has mastered the art of tweaking its failed or unimpressive policies without inviting criticism.
The government must beef up defence against cyberattacks as threat of bigger security breaches looms large
The government has empowered the RBI to go after defaulters, but the big issue is haircuts and capital shortage in public sector banks.
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