The writer is chairman, Asia Pacific, Boston Consulting Group. Views are personal.
An increasingly specialised, complex and changing world demands a more effective bureaucracy
Despite the spectre of a Trump presidency on the world economy, tapping emerging markets can mean big bucks for global business
Clean up the sector, create five large, structurally unconstrained government-promoted banks.
Rupee, Sensex volatility impedes business planning. India needs a stabilisation sovereign wealth fund.
The choice of persons who sit on the Monetary Policy Committee will be critical — we need a debate on that.
Older multilateral institutions must adjust to new world order, or see more AIIBs, BRICS banks emerge.
The strong initial leadership of Nehru and Patel helped strengthen the five institutions that built India.
Some lessons from the process of passport renewal and police verification.
Ten ways to ease the log jam in the system, across sectors
We need measures to evaluate how transparent and fair our investigative agencies are.
Why arguments against issuing bank licences to industrial houses dont hold
Weaker rupee is just a mirror. We must use it to provide a fillip to reforms
S&P is downbeat on India,but rating agencies must reset their models to understand emerging economies
Ruskin Bond in his new book "Till the Clouds Roll by, Beginning Again" captures Bond's growing up years where he is seen dealing with the loss of his father, reacquainting himself with his mother who now has a new husband and discovering his love for books.