In India's IT sector change is the new norm for middle-class job seekers - MG Arun, Mail Today
The dust seems to be far from settling on the din around layoffs in the IT sector. Between the last time I wrote a similar column in this space and now, another IT major has resorted to layoffs. Tech Mahindra is reportedly laying off an estimated 1,500 of its employees at various levels in the organisation.
SoftBank's Vision Fund for tech raises $93 bn - NewIndianExpress
Japanese  telecom conglomerate Softbank Group has raised over $93 billion capital for its Vision Fund to invest towards long-term investment in companies in the technology sector.
GST rates: welcome clarity, at last - Hindu
The long wait for the new indirect tax rates that will apply to thousands of goods and services is finally over. The Goods and Services Tax Council that met in Srinagar has released details of the rates at which over 1,200 goods will be taxed when the GST regime takes effect.
End of the road in India for GM - S Ronendra Singh, Business Line
With its domestic sales having hit the skids, General Motors decided on Thursday to exit the Indian market by the end of 2017, and focus instead on manufacturing vehicles for export.
Ring-fencing RBI in a new NPA regime - Usha Thorat, Hindu
The ordinance on bad debt resolution is apparently intended to expedite the resolution — through restructuring or insolvency — of the large NPA accounts by providing an umbrella of the Reserve Bank of India’s diktat and protection for the process.
Be Indian, buy Indian: After Make in India, now it's time for Buy in India - Nivedita Mookerji & Megha Manchanda, Business Standrad
As the National Democratic Alliance government turns three later this month, the goalposts seem to be fast shifting from just Make In India to also Buy In India. A mega policy is learnt to be in the works covering several key economic sectors, where domestic procurement should be given preference.
India Inc’s 14.8% revenue growth in Q4 is a mirage - Lokeshwarri, Business Line
Listed companies appear to have improved their sequential revenue growth, going by the first set of corporate results released for the fourth quarter of FY 2017. But their topline performance is a bit overstated, and they are beginning to feel the pressure on profitability due to increased input costs.An analysis of 279 companies, which have announced their earnings for the March 2017 quarter, sh...
A new economics for a better world - Simon Sweeney, Business Line
The discipline of economics has long been obsessed with gross domestic product as the base measure of development. 
Contemporary economic globalisation and its dominant neoliberal ideology see other considerations as not worth more than a passing glance.
Agricultural income taxation: Bibek Debroy presents 12 facts - Bibek Debroy, Financial Express
Amnesia and ignorance don’t facilitate discourse, especially when indulged in by people who catapult themselves in, without being aware of present policy or its past evolution. This piece is not meant to stir the pot on agricultural income taxation further, but will state some facts.
Two choices face Vishal Sikka: One will make Infosys, the other will mar it - Tim Culpan, Economic Times
Statements by two leaders in opposite hemispheres could help explain an announcement Tuesday that Infosys Ltd., the Indian outsourcing giant, will hire 10,000 American workers over the next two years.
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