Business/Economy
Chandra’s rise puts focus on key Tata crisis managers - Boby Kurian, Times of India
N Chandrasekaran taking charge as the first professional chairman of Tata Sons, the parent of India's largest conglomerate, has brought into focus a few other senior executives who grew in stature as the group fended off the biggest boardroom battle in India Inc's history.
The long distance runner - Pioneer
Natarajan Chandrasekaran has his work cut out and he needs to hit the ground running. The managing director and chief executive officer (CEO) of Tata Consultancy Services (TCS) has been appointed to a post that has been in the news over the last few weeks for the wrong reasons.
Accountability of NGOs - Pioneer
The Supreme Court’s directive to the Government to audit nearly 30 lakh non-governmental organisations (NGOs) will certainly come as a major crackdown on the misuse of public funds by these organisations. The apex court’s intervention, though delayed, is welcome.
Taking the cashless call - M Muneer, Economic Times
It is easy to criticise the intent of the prime minister to initiate the digitisation/cashless drive. Demonetisation is not about an overnight transition to acashless economy, and yet, there is criticism. The issue is whether the decision should have been implemented better. Cashless economy is not about no cash but of less cash. Various views have emerged on our readiness to embark on this journey.
Bond market for democracy - TK Arun, Economic Times
Corporate bonds are not usually of interest to political analysts and commentators. They tend to dismiss them as the concern of businesses and individual investors with an appetite for risk.
Affordable card payment - Pioneer
With the Government's intervention, the squabble between petrol pump dealers and banks has just been deferred. Minister for Petroleum and Natural Gas Dharmendra Pradhan's intervention has just brokered a deal, and both petrol pump dealers and banks have entered into a temporary settlement — it will cease to exist on January 13.
Demonetisation gains - Madan Sabnavis, Financial Express
The demonetisation exercise is probably the largest venture undertaken by any government to remove high denomination currency and replace it over a period of time, depending on the requirement. It has evoked a lot of emotion on both sides.
Mukesh Ambani ready to pounce on rivals? - Andy Mukherjee, Bloomberg
When other Indian tycoons were greedy, the richest of all was hesitant, even fearful. But now that most of his rivals have fallen on the swords of their debt-fueled hubris, Mukesh Ambani is preparing to pounce.
Let cash curbs stay till new notes come in, banks tell govt - Sunny Verma & George Mathew, Indian Express
Banks have asked the government to extend the curbs on cash withdrawals beyond December 30 until an adequate quantity of new currency is injected, according to bankers and officials in the Finance Ministry. Lifting the curbs immediately after this week could disrupt branch operations as a large number of people could turn up to withdraw cash, bankers have told the Finance Ministry.
Digital payments regime - Pioneer
With digital transactions becoming the new flavour of the season post-demonetisation, the findings of the 2016 Akamai State of the Internet — Connectivity Report , should make our policymakers sit up and urgently take steps to enhance Net connectivity across the country, both in terms of reach and efficiency.
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