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Ajita Shashidhar
New Delhi, July 23, 2018
Chairman and MD Sanjiv Mehta seeks to reinvent HUL as a future-ready corporation that can juggle heterogeneous markets successfully.


Balaji Chandramouli
December 10, 2007
Visiting the loo is only natural before getting into a meeting. Especially one where you are fighting for a scarce commodity that fuels your business.


Balaji Chandramouli
December 10, 2007
The rising rupee has certainly not gone down well with industry. Recently, Commerce Minister Kamal Nath informed Parliament that the problem was severe, having already scalped several thousands of jobs.


Balaji Chandramouli
November 28, 2007
Finance Minister P. Chidambaram’s report card on tax collections over the last seven months has earned applause from all around.


Balaji Chandramouli
November 28, 2007
Consumers can take heart. soaring crude prices are not going to swell their fuel bills for now.


By Balaji Chandramouli
November 13, 2007
With crude oil prices kissing the three-figure mark, several oil and gas rich countries are now busy renegotiating terms with their contractors, asking for more share than before.


Balaji Chandramouli
November 12, 2007
Recently, Finance Minister P. Chidambaram gave away sops worth Rs 5,300 crore to the export sector, but not before quipping that trimming staff strength was a short-sighted approach.


By Balaji Chandramouli
October 30, 2007
The why, what and how-to of policy making.


By Balaji Chandramouli
October 29, 2007
Last week of October, when power ministry closed bids for the 4,000-MW, imported coalbased Krishnapatnam power project, it must have been disappointed to find just three bidders.


By Balaji Chandramouli
October 29, 2007
After a 10-month delay, the government is finally kicking off the seventh round offerings of oil and gas exploration blocks. On November 5, the government will embark on a ‘roadshow’ to solicit participation in an auction process, to be held a few months from now, to award the blocks.


By Balaji Chandramouli
October 17, 2007
A fledgling economy attracts power sector investments like none other. Global power equipment major, GE Energy, now plans to set up a wind turbine manufacturing facility in the country, besides step up sourcing of power equipment components.


By Balaji Chandramouli
October 17, 2007
The last time Mukesh and Anil Ambani negotiated across the table was in 2005, when their mother Kokila Ben oversaw the split of the Reliance empire between the two estranged brothers. Now, once again they are being forced to come to the negotiating table.


Balaji Chandramouli
October 16, 2007
The why, what and how-to of policy making. 


By Balaji Chandramouli
October 5, 2007
Over the last two months, Reliance Industries has realised that selling gas can be tougher than finding it. Never mind the fact we live in an era of crippling shortages—amounting to as much as half the prevailing demand.


By Balaji Chandramouli
October 3, 2007
Coming soon: new guidelines on indirect foreign investment.


By Balaji Chandramouli
October 3, 2007
Simple answers to confounding questions about gas pricing.


By Balaji Chandramouli
September 21, 2007
The differences between the UPA government and the LEFT parties over the India-US nuclear deal seem to be pushing the country towards mid-term general elections.


By Balaji Chandramouli
September 21, 2007
RBI’S preoccupation with combating inflation is well known, and so, it was only natural for RBI Deputy Governor Rakesh Mohan to compliment his organisation in a recent conference in Mumbai, when inflation fell to a low of under 4 per cent on September 1.


By Balaji Chandramouli
September 21, 2007
The government’s internal intelligence arm, the Intelligence Bureau, “cautioned” the Petroleum Ministry against its on-land exploration schemes, NELP VI, a few months ago.


By Balaji Chandramouli
September 21, 2007
Knowledge is no substitute for native intelligence. Or so it appears, when one takes a look at the goings-on in the wheat business in the country.


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