A country that drinks together
Liquid luck is helping state governments fill up their coffers as people line up for a drink
May 07, 2020
Corporate India is getting good at giving away. See for yourself
Five years since the introduction of mandatory CSR via the Companies Act 2013, how has corporate giving fared?
April 15, 2020
Shemaroo Entertainment’s Hiren Gada, an avid trekker, had once lost his trail to a busy work schedule
Tanya Baisoya - April 20, 2019
Ban Without A Plan
The mindless plastic ban threatens to add to India’s NPA woes
Progyaa Dutta - June 26, 2018
Indian cotton mills are making merry with a bumper crop and a helping hand from China
Bhakti Tambe - April 10, 2018
With PSU banks currently awash with NPAs, will the Maharashtra government be able to honour its loan-waiver commitment?
Bhakti Tambe - March 12, 2018
A Wave Or A Ripple?
Seaplane services in India have had a turbulent past, will the future be any different?
December 12, 2017
No Oasis In Sight
As rural Maharashtra continues to reel under water shortage, about 12,000 villages in the state have been declared drought-stricken
April 27, 2016
Are you serious?
The Bombay High Court's decision to shift IPL matches will shrink team owners' revenue
Krishna Gopalan - April 19, 2016
Twists and turns
One of the big infra projects facing the Maharashtra government is the extension of the Bandra-Worli sea link
Team Outlook Business - May 06, 2015