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December 25, 2008
Corporate India suddenly finds itself confronted with a new challenge—of protecting its establishments.
December 25, 2008
Inclusive growth needs to become much more than just a seminar-friendly buzzword.

E. Kumar Sharma
December 25, 2008
BT takes a close look at sectors across the economy, noting the big events and placing on record the expectations for 2009.

Nitya Varadarajan
December 12, 2008
For India Inc. terror cover was the priority of the insurance industry ever since the Mumbai serial car bomb blasts of March 12, 1993, that severely damaged the Bombay Stock Exchange building. Now, India Inc. is scurrying to buy fresh terror cover even while others rush to augment their terror policies in the wake of 26/11 attacks. Nitya Varadarajan reports.

Anusha Subramanian
December 11, 2008
The devastating terror attacks on several Mumbai landmarks have taken the wind out of the economy and forced many foreign businesses to temporarily shun India. But one sector has never had it so good: the security industry. While most Indian companies are facing bleak times, security firms are having their day in the sun. Anusha Subramanian reports.

Anusha Subramanian and Tejeesh N.S. Behl
December 11, 2008
The Mumbai terror attacks punctured business sentiment already deflated by a spreading slowdown. The economic stimulus now needed is not just of liquidity but of foolproof security and targeted expenditure.

Rohit Saran
December 28, 2008
The true cost of terror is impossible to comprehend or calculate. Yet, making an effort to understand it is important to prepare for the job of prevention and repair that lies ahead. This is exactly what we have attempted in our cover story. Our cover package goes beyond just cost assessment and evaluates our responses and remedies.

Anusha Subramanian, Kushan Mitra and Suman Layak
December 11, 2008
Many foreign business people scheduled to visit Mumbai in the coming days might have cancelled or put off their trips, but the expatriates who have made this country, and more so Mumbai, their home are not packing their bags yet just because of the terror attacks. Anusha Subramanian, Kushan Mitra and Suman Layak report.

Rishi Joshi and Rachna Monga
December 11, 2008
The attacks came at a time when the economy wasn't in shipshape due to the global credit crisis. Now, the government needs to act decisively to minimise the impact of the terror attacks on the economy. Rishi Joshi and Rachna Monga go into the details.

Shalini S. Dagar
December 11, 2008
Terrorists find many sources of money—and, surprisingly, quite a lot of it is legitimate. Even as India plans to beef up its security and surveillance systems, it is equally important to choke the funding lines to the terror organisations. Shalini S. Dagar reports.

Andrew Horne
December 11, 2008
Andrew Horne, Managing Director, Xerox India, is not only a corporate veteran at the American firm but also an alumnus of the Royal Military Academy who served for six years with the Royal Scots Dragoon Guards. He spoke to Kushan Mitra on how companies could be prepared for extreme eventualities like the recent terror attacks in Mumbai.

Puja Mehra
December 11, 2008
Devastating Al Qaida attacks rattled the economies of the US, UK and Spain but swift government policies prevented their economies from tanking. Can India learn from them? Puja Mehra finds out.
December 11, 2008
What would you give for a shot at US major league Baseball—an arm perhaps? Well, that’s exactly what Rinku Singh, 20, and Dinesh Patel, 19, gave at a competition organised in India—the Million-dollar Arm contest.
December 11, 2008
\"The world is not going to miss participating in an economy growing between 7 and 8 per cent\"A.M. Naik, Chairman, Larsen & Toubro (L&T), talking about the impact of the recent terror attacks in Mumbai, in BusinessWeek online
December 11, 2008
India is in the grip of a slowdown and at a time when virtually every sector is cutting down on hirings, insurance seems to be standing its ground. What’s more, the Mumbai terror attack, and the ones before it, will only increase the demand for insurance.  Manu Kaushik reports.
February 18, 2019
In pics: How terror in Kashmir has gone from bad to worse
November 26, 2018
How the Taj rebuilt itself after the Mumbai terror attacks of 26/11

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