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Sep 10, 2017
Arvind Panagariya's contrarian line of thought may be behind his exit from NITI AayogThe tenure of the vice chairman runs concurrently with the term of the PM. Within days of Panagariya resigning in early August, the government appointed conservative economist Rajiv Kumar in his place. Why attributing the sharp jump in return filings to demonetisation may be incorrect. SEBI's diktat on shell companies, barring them from active trading, has investors in a fix. Alembic's small shareholders demand a board seat. It may be a big step for small shareholder activism. In spite of strong GDP growth, there are unmistakable signs of deflationary conditions and an impending slowdown.
Meet the electricity board engineer who quit his job in 1980s to export basmati riceThe burst of growth has a solid foundation. GRM has shipped a larger chunk of its inventory to its new global clients, especially those in Iraq, Iran and Western Europe.
PSU banks merger: Despite bold SBI merger, creating new large banks won't be easyAfter the bold merger of SBI and its five associate banks, the government is gearing up to create four-five large PSBs. It will not be easy.
Flash in the Pan: What has been the impact of GST on gold trade?Gold sales spiked in the run-up to the implementation of the Goods and Services Tax. But the trend is unlikely to continue. The FICCI conference theme is "Excellence in Workplace Safety". India's growing twin balance sheet problems of non-performing assets with banks and over-leveraged companies could stifle economic growth in the medium-to long-term.
"Feedback, Flexibility Driving India's Big Reforms"He dons many hats - that of an economist, a historian, a best-selling writer and an urban theorist. Focus on global markets helps sonata grow exponentially Arcatron's devices for help in mobility could change the lives of senior citizens and physically challenged. The number of weekly trips by Uber in July in India, 70 per cent more than what it did in August last year
Can malls fight competition from online retailers?How malls are reinventing themselves to counter the threat of e-commerce and boosting retail real estate in the process.
'You are fired': How layoffs can be a double-edged sword for companiesBeing laid off is a bitter reality but is there a better way of doing it? HR leaders get candid about the best and the worst cases.
A man from Varanasi is making it big in Rs 80,000 cr beverages marketManpasand is changing the rules of the game with a strong local push.