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IPL, the game that makes a million rupees every ten seconds, starts again  

A first-hand view of how business is coping in these difficult times and comments from market experts

Will the growing regulatory intervention in the gold loan business take the sheen off Manappuram?

Managing director of Modi Illva India talks about his favourite artists

What the current political scenario means for the stock market

Exclusive interview with emerging market veteran Mark Mobius of Templeton Global

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

Outlook Group chairman Vinod Mehta delves into an outcome that could well be inevitable.

An on-the-ground account from the World Economic Forum's annual meeting at Davos

India’s space exploration is headed for a new horizon with the launch of Chandrayaan-2

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

As poll fever heightens, Outlook Business presents an eclectic mix of investment ideas

Outlook Business chronicles inspiring stories of women entrepreneurs and changemakers who 'conquered the world' with their persistence

Ironic as it may seem, Narendra Modi’s chances of a second term in office could well hinge on the benevolence of allies

The BJP is anxious as Congress hopes to cash in on rising anti-incumbency. And the allies are watching the game closely

Narendra Modi’s last big delivery before the hustings could well swing the narrative back in his favour, but still won’t ensure a 2014 repeat

Nehru jackets are being redesigned and deconstructed as bespoke luxury 

The minister said there can be no better aspiration, no better future to look forward to

The government’s demand for transfer of Rs.360,000 crore from its reserves is Plan B for the failure of demonetisation

India’s gold exports bear the brunt as bankers tighten their purse strings

Government’s move to offer MSMEs loans under an hour will do little to improve their fortunes   

Media stocks look set for a revival on the back of advertisement revenue from political campaigns

Appeasing distressed farmers with high MSP might pay off politically but will increase the fiscal deficit

Given the uncertainty over capital infusion and hidden stress in its loan book, analysts don’t believe that PNB’s cup of woes has brimmeth over

The PNB-fraud has dimmed investor perception about PSU banks, but selective bottom-fishing continues in SBI and Bank of Baroda

After feeding off a benign macro environment, the bulls could be forced off their peak as rising yields and earnings uncertainty take centrestage