The Big Fix
It is no rosy picture as the financial system is in a mess, but there is enormous potential to tap and re-energise the economy.
Economic Revival: People look for growth-oriented budget
In the case of house rent, there is a TDS of 10 per cent on rental income by owners of houses for rents of `20,000 per month and above.
Uber, Ola drivers: Crushed by an uncaring govt, insensitive clients
Despite diminishing returns, large number of drivers join, while many leave the service.
Riding around in the age of Uber
Cab aggregators claim they are losing money, drivers are not earning enough and customers claim they are paying too much.
Uddhav’s chance to create history
The MVA government could last its full term if the chief minister continues to show his political acumen.
We will complete full term in office, says Ajit Pawar
The BJP leaders are indulging in personal attacks against the Sena leadership: Ajit Pawar.
Policy continuity key for investments despite change of guard
Thackeray government’s likely review of major infrastructure projects brings to fore need for stable approach.
Has India failed its women?
The question isn’t whether celebrating the encounter is right or wrong—it’s definitely not the norm.
Let it be a deterrent, castrate the guilty
The forensic evidence has to be collected with utmost speed because all samples right upto blood deteriorate because of the delay factor.
Why should we be on our guard, always?
Presently, the courts, the prosecution and the police operate in silos, when they need to converge, debate and discuss every case together.