Subhash Narayan
Sell-off may exceed target by Rs 20K cr

Faced with the prospects of shifting the fiscal deficit goalpost on higher expenditure, the government is hopeful of a big bonanza on the disinvestment front this year.

Sandeep Bamzai
DISEQUILIBRIUM: Family Ties In Strife

In the hotbed of neural systems that typifies India, naked aggression is a way of life as thresholds are crossed to commensurate with the rising mercury, given that we are a tropical country.

Michael Gonsalves
Tata Motors beats Mahindra to become third largest carmaker

The strategy of new generation cars has helped Tata Motors to regain its third largest carmaker position  in the country ahead of the targetted year  of 2019.

Kuruvilla Pandikattu
Enhancing spirituality biologically

It is generally known that the hormone oxytocin has been dubbed the “love hormone” for its role promoting social bonding, altruism and more.

Sangeetha G.
Jewellers eye $25b export by 2025

By setting a target of $25 billion by 2025, the Indian gems and jewellery industry wants to more than triple gold ornaments, exports in eight years.

Gautam Datt
BJP and Congress use optics to capture eyeballs in Gujarat polls

The Congress may have created a buzz in the Gujarat elections but campaign strategist Ankit Lal said that its impact is not visible on the ground and felt that not projecting a chief ministerial fa

Prabhudatta Mishra
Rural, semi-urban voters ditch BJP in UP; party retains urban support

Reports of a BJP ‘sweep’ in the recently concluded UP civil polls appear to be highly exaggerated.

Subhash Narayan
Jet fuel, natural gas may come under GST soon

Aviation turbine fuel or ATF and natural gas are likely to be among the first set of petro products to be included in the goods and services tax (GST) ahead of an earlier agreed schedule.

Aritra Mukhopadhyay

Of late, Virat Kohli has been articulating a lot of views on a range of issues concerning cricket – cramped schedules getting in the way of proper homework before a big series, batting for a greate

Gautam Datt
India needs to ‘cherish’ its Muslims: Obama tells Modi

Former US president Barack Obama on Friday said that he had told Prime Minister Narendra Modi “privately” that a country shouldn’t be divided in sectarian lines.