Business/Economy
Is it back to 2008 for Europe’s banks? - Vidya Ram, Business Line
While it has been a rough start to 2016 for stocks across the world, and sectors, European banks have been among the biggest losers. Shares in the sector enjoyed a mild early week rally this week, but they’ve much ground to make up: The STOXX Europe 600 Banks Index is still down around 22 per cent since the start of the year, and around a third against six months ago.
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Govt plans to make PAN the biz Aadhaar for companies, NGOs - Sidhartha & Rajeev Deshpande, Times of India
When fuel comes pricey - Pioneer
Welcome move on commercial coal mining - Economic Times
Understanding the slowdown - Puja Mehra, Hindu
Bullet train kicks off! Narendra Modi, Shinzo Abe give 164-year-old Indian Railways a $17-bn jolt - Anurag Kotoky & Kiyotaka Matsuda, Economic Times
No feel for the pulse - Ashok Gulati & Smriti Verma, Indian Express
Cleaning up the roads - Pioneer
3 factors slowing the economy down when rest of the world is growing: Raghuram Rajan - Supriya Shrinate, Economic Times
Boosting India’s growth rate - Tripti Sangwan, Pioneer
Why bitcoin's the new gold - David Fickling, Bloomberg
'Weak investment demand bigger challenge than GST, note ban' - Economic Times
India has gone from British Raj to Billionaire Raj: Report - Economic Times
Aadhaar, data security and breach of privacy - Sandhya Jain, Pioneer
Stronger foundation for real estate - Sanju Verma, Pioneer
Stronger rupee hits India's already slowing economic growth - Deccan Chronicle
Demonetisation: RBI says 99% banned notes are back; where is the black money? - Dinesh Unnikrishnan, Firstpost
GST reform — a role model for the world? - Rajeev Ahuja, Pioneer
Does a rate cut lead to a currency dip? - Rohan Chinchwadkar, Business Line
Is Murthy really wrong in his tirade against Infosys board? - Bijoy Sankar Saikia & Rahul Oberoi, Economic Times
Indian IT hits worst slump in 7 years: Foreign Media - NDTV
Narendra Modi seeks growth roadmap from young entrepreneurs - Sahib Sharma, Mint
Imagining India’s new data privacy law - Supratim Chakraborty, Business Line
Rs 6,399 bn required to double farmers' income - Rajesh Kumar, Pioneer
Slowdown stalks economy - Madhusudan Sahoo, Pioneer
Tax returns filing sees quantum jump: How Modi govt's demonetisation exercise has started bearing fruit - S Murlidharan, Firstpost
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