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Cash Discharge
HEG promoter-related entities cash in on the Rs.7.5 billion buyback, tender stock worth Rs.4.14 billion

Prathamesh Mulye

Value Buying

Promoters of Motilal Oswal Financial Services bought stock worth Rs.153 million when it hit a 52-week low

Right Chemistry

Atul’s promoters buy stock worth Rs.90 million after it falls 10% from its all-time high

Cast Adrift

The gap in India’s shadow banking segment is widening as institutional investors steer clear of commercial papers issued by smaller NBFCs and HFCs

Calm After the Storm

A well-managed insurance company turned out to be a risky stock to own. But it may be safe to set sail again, with Max Financial Services

The golden middle

In a rapidly changing digital world, mid-cap IT firms have more headroom to grow than large-caps

Hope blooms

Foreign investors have pushed the indices to a record high on expectations of reforms push and earnings recovery. Slippage on either could spoil the party

Bagging it Right

VIP has strengthened its lead in the market with a strong, diversified portfolio. As the valuation corrects, it might be worth betting on

‘Elections are won with local leaders, PM is often a surprise’

Ruchir Sharma’s coverage of the Indian political system throws up interesting insights into coalitions and polarising leaders

“Look out for companies aspiring to dominate niche businesses”

Ambit Capital’s head of research, Nitin Bhasin, on what separates a handful of Indian companies from the also-ran

"Real estate is the most effective way to capture the growth of the middle class"

Jaguar Growth Partners' Gary Garrabrant on the opportunities in the Indian real estate sector

"Indian yields unattractive in the short term"

Richard Iley, chief economist, emerging markets, BNP Paribas, talks about the prospects for the Indian market  

India yet to reform under Modi, China a better investment bet

Jim Rogers on why China remains a better investment bet despite the slowdown

"Watching news channels hourly will not yield anything"

In the final part, Raamdeo Agrawal stresses on zero distraction when digging deeper to find great opportunities