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Riots are a failure of politics: Makiko Kimura

Riots do reflect a failure of the administration, or more precisely, the politics, says Makiko Kimura, in an interview with Ajay Vaishnav.

FII inflows: Long term story still intact!

Short term pain is there for the emerging markets but in long term money will come into India.

All is not bad in Rupee’s fall

The current weak outlook on rupee portends bad for macro-economy.

Cheers to real estate buyers

The Bill’s enactment will pave the way for institutionalising transparent processes in the housing sector.

Railways off the track: Time to say good bye to populism?

The pursuit of populism has come at the cost of railway’s modernisation plans.

Eurozone crisis takes toll on development aid

It’s no secret that development aid from the world’s richest countries is ebbing.

VVIP helicopter probe highlights need for defence PSUs overhaul

India’s major defence deals have come under the scanner with majority of them involving an external vendor.

Chidambaram through his budgets

Even though budget-making is a highly technical exercise, it can’t be devoid of the emotions.

India Inc Q3 earnings: Gradual recovery likely

While Q2 was disappointing and expectations from the third quarter earnings are muted.

Amid ebbing travelers, IndiGo retains top slot for third consecutive month

Domestic airlines carried 438.39 lakh passengers in January to September this year, a decline of nearly a per cent compared with the same period last year.

Companies with external borrowings stand to gain

The strengthening of rupee against the dollar should now help these companies to stem their forex losses.