The writer is chairman, Teamlease Services.
The current economic slowdown is short-term pain for long-term gain because of overdue medicine.
Kashmiris have been let down by a politics that doesn’t create economic opportunity.
India’s policy choices around bankruptcy represent a rupture with the past. But there is work yet to be done
Policy must pray to one god — formal jobs.
India’s bad loan policy is finally moving in the right direction.
India’s challenge is creating a complex ecosystem of high-productivity firms.
The regulatory framework that has choked MSMEs has contributed to farm crisis and quota demands.
Ease of doing business is more like Ludo. The detailed incremental improvements must be celebrated.
It’s not a passing shower but climate change for banks. About time.
State must be both — to tackle both corruption and poverty. Political parties must stop fighting yesterday’s wars
A massive enterprise formalisation is taking place, and one year of GST has given the process a boost.
Delhi’s move to introduce spoken English lessons for govt school students taps into a long-felt desire.
The Bhushan case is a brick in the wall of a new corporate meritocracy where rule of law matters.
We should judge Karl Marx not by his intentions but by the outcomes.
Bankers’ demands for accounting forbearance are dangerous and self-serving.
New India’s challenge is thinking about the future with economic stories that don’t ignore or glorify the past.
A budget that does not believe that in the long run we are all dead.
Gap between global banks and Indian banks on bad loan recovery is set to narrow
Five ways in which demonetisation made India a better habitat for formal job creation
Relationship between entrepreneurs, banks, bankruptcy is being reworked to end culture of impunity.