The sovereign has made its point but the regulator has not been swayed from its dharma of maintaining the soundness of the system. That's not a bad bottomline.
The fact that economists are increasingly waking up to one of humanity’s biggest impending problems can be gauged by the Economics Nobel awarded to William Nordhaus and the resurgence of research in this area.
Some of the steps the RBI will undertake as part of the agreement with the government will undo the progress made in the banking sector.
Oil prices and inventory along with other telltale signs suggest we are in for tougher days ahead
In addition to mobilising the backward communities, the party which manages seat-wise equations will end up on the top
NBFCs need funds also to add fuel to India’s consumption spending machine, as well as to aid small traders and businessmen.
In the Sabarimala protests, the Left government’s stand is seen as hurting Hindu faith and pride. It is perceived as the battle between the atheist and the believer, where the atheist is insensitive towards religious faith and traditions
Companies need to include stakeholders in their corporate governance agenda. While companies fight hard to balance their operating necessities with the requirements of stakeholders, it will be prudent to make stakeholders a part of their corporate governance eco-system.
Though an alliance has been announced, there is still a lot of dissidence among local party leaders
Credit rating agencies' credibility is touching new lows with every financial crisis. Setting operational guidelines is fine but unless they have their skin on the table, their callous attitude will go unchecked
With local language content, Amazon seems to be targeting the bottom of the pyramid population hoping to convert them into consumers of its core e-commerce business over a period
The toolkit to understand vulnerability in India needs innovation and imagination — to presage what the next 50 years might look like and to how we might respond to that
What looks like a Punch and Judy show between the regime and Opposition, now sounds like a jugalbandhi, an acceptance of status quo. The election appears to be an empty ritual India is rushing through
Apart from competing with various players in the Indian airspace the airline will be fighting for market share with companies in which Tata's have interest.
More than anti-incumbency against the state government, the bigger challenge for the BJP in the state will be negative sentiments against the Narendra Modi-led Union government
For China to say that it was a “friendly” neighbour is to imply that Sri Lanka has unfriendly neighbours, which can only be a reference to India
In the last 10 years, we have seen several kinds of bitcoins being launched. Not surprisingly, it has divided the monetary economics community.
Unless there is a political miracle, the main electoral battle in the November 28 Assembly election in the state will be between the ruling Congress and the Mizo National Front
The central bank-finance ministry relationship is not a zero-sum game. Central bank autonomy is in the government’s enlightened self-interest.
While the vote share of the BJP is likely to increase in the parliamentary election in comparison to the assembly polls thanks to the Modi factor, it is unlikely that the difference would be very large
Baba Ramdev will undoubtedly give most established apparel brands run for their money in Paridhan’s initial years
A quick check of the numbers show that all Indian products satisfy the Competitive Need Limitations criteria.
The government-to-government level trade deal to export sugar to China will be a game changer for the beleaguered sector
It will be a fascinating election as the third axis in the traditionally bipolar state may end up determining the winning horse
The killing smacks of corruption and utter cruelty, exposes the cavalier attitude and moral transgression of ministers and officials, and has also precipitated a minor crisis within the ruling BJP.