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India will have to walk a tightrope to collect taxes from foreign firms that bring innovative services.
Only sustained productivity growth can raise living standards
A multi-dimensional approach to reduce farm distress could lead to faster economic growth.
The Budget has failed on not just the economy, but also on India's federal ethos.
The tax reform suggests a drastic cut in corporate tax, but the fine print indicates an additional tax burden on U.S. multinationals.
Smaller cities and radial roads could bring people closer.
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.
Restoring the integrity of the multilateral trading system is in India's interest.
Secondary steel output could be driven by recycled scrap.
The Budget has taken the first step towards resolving issues around the Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code.
For large gold loan NBFCs, business model revamp paves the path out of a slump.
If we go about systematically improving the quality of our lives, that will automatically make India more attractive to tourists.
The possibilities and scope for the application of machine learning in travel are endless
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
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