MG Arun

OPEN TO OPINION

The writer is Deputy Editor, India Today.

MONEY

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Why ICICI Bank should call KV Kamath for help

The iconic former chairman of the bank is fabled to have mentored his successor Chanda Kochhar.

MONEY

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Why ICICI Bank should look within itself for a clean-up

The private bank may seek to junk charges of conflict of interest against Chanda Kochhar, but good corporate governance demands a deeper internal probe.

MONEY

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Why US-China trade war should worry India

Trump's no-holds-barred spat with Beijing is bound to have big repercussions on the world economy at large.

MONEY

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Why Indian banks are facing a credibility crisis

Arun Jaitley had said PNB registered losses worth Rs 2,808 crore on account of frauds in 2016-17, almost a year before it unearthed the Nirav Modi and Mehul Choksi scams.

MONEY

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What we still don't know about Punjab National Bank scam

Banks that deposited money in PNB's Nostro accounts to help it fund Nirav Modi's so-called imports, appear involved.

MONEY

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Indian telecom sector is passing through one of its most challenging phases ever

It is Jio which has made the best use of the opportunity that arose amidst the ruins of the telecom sector, and the head start it has made in 4G is phenomenal.

POLITICS

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Aadhaar is not foolproof. India needs to rethink its strategy

Recent events have proven UIDAI database faces the mammoth threat of data leakage.

MONEY

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Can FDI save Air India?

The new norms open up avenues for more airlines to bid for AI, but they would need greater clarity on who will bear its debt burden.

MONEY

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Indian economy will be a big test for government in 2018

The government is walking a financial tightrope, thanks to its fiscal deficit targets on the one side, and rising crude oil prices on the other.

POLITICS

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Does development matter if Gujarat lags behind in health, welfare and education?

The state has only 28 colleges for every lakh people, compared to 50 for Karnataka and 43 for Kerala.