Indian Business and Share Market News Analysis&Opinion

MONEY

 |  Angiography |  4-minute read
RBI, GST, Demonetisation, GDP growth

If Modi is right on GDP growth, then is the Reserve Bank wrong?

The prime minister lashed out at his critics, but his claims might not be all that reliable.

MONEY

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Modi government, GDP, Middle class, Indian Economy

How GDP and GST failures are making India's middle class pay

The NDA is selling the country to make the extremely rich, richer.

MONEY

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Demonetisation, Demonetisation, Narendra Modi

Modi government has got carried away by its make-believe growth data

NDA has overlooked the inherent fragility of economy and crushed it with a sinister note ban and flawed GST.

MONEY

 |  Beijing Diary |  4-minute read
Railways, Japan, Bullet train, China

What India can learn from China's bullet trains

China is home to the fastest and the most profitable bullet train services in the world.

MONEY

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MONEY

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Taxes, GST, Demonetisation, Indian Economy

Indian economy is in shambles. Limited options ahead for government

Economists agree that there is a lack of money and the government is stepping up investment in order to keep up the growth rate.

MONEY

 |  6-minute read
Shinzo Abe, Japan, Indian Railways, Bullet Trains

Is the bullet train the silver bullet to save the Indian Railways?

The Kakodkar panel pegged the cost of implementing safety measures at about Rs 1 lakh crore. Even a fraction of that money could not be arranged.

MONEY

 |  4-minute read
Modi government, Demonetisation, GST, Indian Economy

How the Indian economy can be revived

Modi often talks about the power of 125 crore people, this is the time to put it in play.

MONEY

 |  5-minute read
Oil crisis, Alphons Kannanthanam, Narendra Modi, Petroleum pricing

High petrol, diesel prices: Government must find another way to get rich

A government that promotes privatisation has no right to impose higher taxes on products which have linkages with essential commodity prices.

MONEY

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Tata Group, Ratan Tata, Cyrus Mistry, Tata sons

Why Mistry family is opposing Tata Sons from going private

Ahead of its annual meeting of shareholders, Tata Sons have sought approval to convert itself from a public limited company to a private limited one.