'Exercise utmost caution': MEA advisory for Indians in Canada amid politically-condoned hate crimes
“Given the deteriorating security environment in Canada, Indian students in particular are advised to exercise caution and remain vigilant,” says MEA.
Decoding India’s new labour reforms
The recent changes to the labour laws bring them in line with the demands of the present times and are more effective for workers.
What SEBI’s new forensic audit rules mean
The new SEBI rules can provide an impetus to Indian organisations to focus on investing in fraud prevention mechanisms in order to detect red flags early on.
YES Bank reports record ₹18,564-crore loss in Q3
The beleaguered private bank’s new investors have to deal with the already declining deposit base and mounting non-performing assets.
Govt looks to cheer SMEs with tweaks to e-commerce norms
The BJP-led Union government introduces changes to FDI norms in e-commerce to create a level-playing field. Industry watchers say the move is in view of the upcoming general election.
Telecom wars: A fight to the finish
Editor’s Letter from the December 2018 issue.
“Congress misleading nation on Rafale deal”
Defence minister Nirmala Sitharaman hits out at Congress on the Rafale controversy, says the party’s allegations are baseless and misleading.
What is the economics of Rahul Gandhi?
It is still unclear – as it was in 2010.
Building a truly financially inclusive society
Initiatives such as Jan-Dhan Yojana and Aadhaar have helped bring a large number of Indians into the formal financial system.