Business/Economy
Robbing Peter to pay banks - TN Ninan, Business Standard
When the first lot of 14 banks was nationalised in 1969, one of the things said in those heady times filled with socialist fervour was that, with the banks’ resources at the government’s disposal, it might even be able to abolish the income tax. No one thought then that money would flow the other way: your tax money would be used by the government to finance mismanaged banks…because they finance businessmen who then don’t repay the loans.
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How about a gold small savings scheme? - Aarati Krishnan, Business Line
â‚ą2.11 lakh crore for PSU banks to boost lending - Hindu
Rs 7-L cr infra boost to revive economy - Rajesh Kumar, Pioneer
Panaya deal, new CEO, guidance: Analyst views on Infosys Q2 results - Puneet Wadhwa, Business Standard
Online transactions on the rise, but cash is still king - Business Standard
Economic growth: an alternative view - L Venkatachalam, Hindu
What is supporting India’s exports; the answer may well be blinding - Tejinder Narang, Financial Express
Why the RBI is miffed with banks - Radhika Merwin, Business Line
Telecom sector set for three-way battle - Business Line
Looking for honesty in the wrong places - Surjit S Bhalla, Indian Express
10-bore silver bullet for economy - Madhusudan Sahoo, Pioneer
Don’t blame GST and DeMo - Aruna Giri N, Business Line
GST gets better, but Council must also do this to give big relief - Financial Express
Why bitcoin should not be allowed - Madan Sabnavis, Business Line
Let’s be realistic about Aadhaar - TK Ramachandran, Business Line
The impact of excise duty cut on petrol, diesel - Pallavi Pengonda, Mint
There is more bang for the BAK - Subimal Bhattacharjee, Business Line
Data vs gossip: Who should win? - Surjit S Bhalla, Indian Express
A crisis is building up in India’s real estate sector - CP Chandrasekhar & Jayati Ghosh, Business Line
Four factors that have dragged the rupee below 65 to a dollar - Economic Times
Recharging India's automobile industry - Kushan Mitra, Pioneer
TRAI rate cut animates Jio, decimates incumbents: Analysts - Pioneer
Telecom crisis needs urgent solutions - Rajan S Mathews, Business Line
Shopping for a new market - Paran Balakrishnan, Business Line
Government plans easier GST compliance for small businesses - Surojit Gupta & Sidhartha, Times of India
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