The government’s decision to merge state-owned banks hardly provides a viable solution to key problems plaguing the sector
The government’s attempt to re-ignite growth with a fiscal stimulus has failed to enthuse investors. With slowing growth and not much respite in sight, is the worst yet to come?
While the Indian cement industry will see better demand and utilisation rates thanks to government-led infrastructure projects, the gains will be unequal for players based on size and location
With government spending slowing down, the road ahead for infra and capital goods could be challenging
The government’s demand for transfer of Rs.360,000 crore from its reserves is Plan B for the failure of demonetisation
Government’s move to offer MSMEs loans under an hour will do little to improve their fortunes
Banning a select list of pesticides and leaving out many lethal ones makes the latest order arbitrary
In an election year, the government could succumb to farmers’ demands and risk a rising deficit
Mind the votes, or stay the course? High global oil prices put government in a spot
The government's thrust on substituting gas in place of crude-based fuel makes gas-infrastructure providers good stocks to buy
With PSU banks currently awash with NPAs, will the Maharashtra government be able to honour its loan-waiver commitment?
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
After an initial burst, government spending on infrastructure is slowly losing steam
As the government paves the way for only electric cars by 2030, Lexus launches India’s first compact hybrid SUV
Vikalp aims to democratise maths among children of government and affordable private schools through learning aids
Why the government’s affordable housing scheme appears ambitious
What could the Modi government’s fourth budget be all about?
The government's massive port modernisation programme Sagarmala will have to steer clear of shrinking global trade to succeed
The government is accelerating road projects when most players have buckled under the pressure of excessive leverage. Should you bet on the last men standing?
First responders in Chennai will now zoom to road accidents on the 41 fully kitted out two-wheelers that the Tamil Nadu government has purchased
The steel re-rolling industry has all but flattened out. Can government intervention save the units?
Demographics may dominate investment returns for the next few decades
Sikshana is helping children stay in school and better their performance by developing their all-round skills
Potential credit downgrades and defaults look worrisome for debt mutual funds
If the government front-ends budget expenditure, falling corporate earnings could get a boost
The MAT issue shows why the government should issue a guideline on how to deal with tax treaty claims