Media stocks look set for a revival on the back of advertisement revenue from political campaigns
Why media companies are celebrating the election
Investors are banking on rural and IT stocks to tide over a volatile market ahead of elections next year
It’s not a Budget that will get the economy to sky-rocket, but it won’t drown the government in fiscal burden either. Not bad for an election year
The FY19 Budget could more likely chase votes than growth
Will an economics background and intricate understanding of commerce and trade help Nirmala Sitharaman steer the economy through its darkest hour?
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
The appointment of Nirmala Sitharaman as finance minister comes at a very challenging time for India
Ruchir Sharma’s coverage of the Indian political system throws up interesting insights into coalitions and polarising leaders
India's first cashless village still struggles for drinking water, with residents even making perilous descent into an old well for a pot
After Train 18 earned its spot as one of the fastest on rails, more are set to be rolled out
Netas will climb mountains to meet their voters during polls, even fly across skies for Rs.40,000-Rs.50,000 an hour
With government spending slowing down, the road ahead for infra and capital goods could be challenging
While a hike in ethanol price and bailout packages triggered an impressive sugar stock rally, it could be a blip in a troubled sector
Appeasing distressed farmers with high MSP might pay off politically but will increase the fiscal deficit
In an election year, the government could succumb to farmers’ demands and risk a rising deficit
Ambi MG Parameswaran decodes Nassim Taleb's acerbic take on being accountable for one's decisions in 'Skin In The Game'
Leonard Mlodinow shares his insight into how randomness shapes our lives and everyday decisions
If there is one thing that spooks investors, it is uncertainty. And, the coming months has plenty
Election time is usually open season for political parties. Here’s why they have been forced to innovate this time around
The 2014 general election starts off with tribal communities in northeast India turning out to vote in huge numbers
Whether you assume an economic revival or a slump post-election, one thing is certain: defensives will disappoint
Outlook Group chairman Vinod Mehta delves into an outcome that could well be inevitable.