Wednesday, Nov 14, 2018 | Last Update : 10:43 PM IST

Sanjeev Ahluwalia

Jobs & nature of work: It may be time to rethink basics

India, unlike China, is largely informal and ineffectively regulated for work standards and safeguards.

05 May 2018 12:40 AM

Govt & India Inc: Time to diffuse the ‘red lines’

Mr S. Jaishankar is reported to have said he was happy to join “the Tata Group… India’s most respected brand globally”.

28 Apr 2018 12:12 AM

Read it to know the pain and joy of activism

Getting the dispossessed to appreciate that access to information and knowledge is vital, was the easiest part.

22 Apr 2018 2:15 AM

What the cash crunch foretells

The Reserve Bank, unconvincingly, denies that there is any cash crunch & alleges the inefficiency of banks in properly allocating the available cash.

21 Apr 2018 12:26 AM

In an age of leaks, just lock your data & sell it

Using your data to analyse behaviour trends is also acceptable, if only aggregated, secondary data is made public.

03 Apr 2018 5:35 AM

‘Ugly American’ is back: Shun all the failed ideas

Unlike China under the Great Qing, the United States runs a massive trade deficit equal to around three per cent of its GDP.

17 Mar 2018 12:37 AM

Sridevi: A superstar till the end

The suddenness of it all made the reservoirs of goodwill that her fans and the public at large had for Sridevi spill over.

01 Mar 2018 12:05 AM

Trouble in Lutyens’ land: Babus as political fodder

The legislators allege that the chief secretary (CS) used intemperate language in the shouting match between them.

24 Feb 2018 12:50 AM

Innovate, outsource to fund, deliver services

The conundrum is that higher growth needs higher public spends of around 6-8 per cent of GDP on infrastructure, health and education.

13 Feb 2018 12:41 AM

FM walks the talk, honestly and judiciously, but very diffidently

ore reassurance comes from the fiscal deficit target for 2018-19 set at 3.3 per cent of GDP.

02 Feb 2018 4:58 AM