The Trump administration has resuscitated the ‘New Silk Road’ initiative and and the Indo-Pacific Economic Corridor linking South Asia with Southeast Asia.
The company joins a growing number of organisations adopting such restructuring strategies for a variety of reasons from cutting the flab to automation.
The RBI refused to make the list of loan defaulters public despite an order by the Supreme Court in 2015 to make this information public.
Senior officials at several global funds that manage huge investments have stated that these problems could cause the destabilisation of the Indian economy.
The long-awaited GST has been hailed as India’s biggest tax overhaul since independence and will replace a slew of federal and state levies.
With the BJP winning in assembly polls on divisive and emotive issues, the government seems convinced all is well with the economy.
Financial secrecy deprives countries, especially developing ones, of key revenue resources by eroding their tax base. India must thus build a robust legal system to lift the veil of secrecy on both onshore and offshore financing.
The Modi government’s failure on crucial development fronts such as farmer incomes and job creation may hold the key in understanding the rapid shift in narrative from human development to nationalism.
The UK’s Crown Prosecution Services will be arguing on behalf of the Indian authorities when Mallya’s extradition is heard in London on June 13.
While the final decision over legalising sports betting is a policy decision, there are more than enough precedents for the Supreme Court to take a stand on the issue.
Indian IT firms are witnessing their slowest growth in a decade, while global firms are shifting their budgets from traditional IT services to newer areas such as digital and cloud.
Mallya transferred $40 million to his children’s accounts in violation of court orders.
The solar-to-tech conglomerate is seeking to secure a piece of India’s industry leaders in everything from payment systems to online shopping and groceries.
By taxing the incomes of the top 4.1% of total agricultural households, as much as Rs. 25,000 crore could be collected as agriculture income tax.
The three year-long CBI investigation into Jatin Mehta’s Winsome Diamonds has finally come to an end. While there are a number of questions still remaining, will the guilty be punished?
India’s opaque approach and practice to BITs undermines the right of ordinary citizens to be informed about these critical issues
A group of companies plan on telling the government that any further price control measures would make them less likely to introduce new products in the country.
The refusal of India’s telecom regulator to take action and Jio’s free data strategy has meant that the amount of money contributed towards the universal service obligation fund has dropped. Meanwhile, only urban teledensity keeps shooting up.
While the rapid expansion of the card game will likely raise some eyebrows, judicial precedents and international research show that poker is kosher.
Kia’s plant, which will have an annual production capacity of 300,000 vehicles, will produce a compact sedan and an SUV tailored for the Indian market.
The rupee strengthened to as much as 63.93 per dollar, its highest since August 2015, compared to its close of 64.2650 on Tuesday.
Nirmala Sitharaman’s insistence that currency fluctuations are the “new normal” hides a crucial fact: that the “real effective exchange rate” is affected by the fiscal decisions of central and state governments.
Reliance said the additional investment is required for its fibre network as it expands Jio’s 4G reach.
An unbanked population of an estimated 140 million, rising cyber security threats, and a cash-dependent informal economy pose challenges to Narendra Modi’s Cashless India.
The judgement also puts a much-welcome end to the ‘bid low today, raise price later’ strategy employed by players such as the Tatas and the Adani Group.
Founding editor of The Wire M.K. Venu interviews Ashish Khetan, senior spokesperson of Aam Aadmi Party and chairman of the Dialogue and Development Commission of Delhi about Vijay Mallya’s arrest and the fight against corruption in big business.
The debate surrounding tax treaty arbitration in India has largely been dominated by the misplaced sovereignty argument.
The slow demise of Wikipedia Zero on the subcontinent deserves greater attention from policy makers and public alike.
The discourse around non-performing assets (NPAs) remains largely focused on private corporations, while NPA concentration in public sector undertakings flies under the radar of scrutiny.
The court also directed Sahara chief Subrata Roy to appear before it next week.
The proposed Debt Management and Fiscal Responsibility Bill does not achieve its basic objective – to constrain absolute government discretion to deviate from the path of fiscal consolidation.
Netizens reacting to the Snapchat CEO’s alleged comments intended to give the app a bad review, but some ended up accidentally taking it out on Snapdeal.
India’s online retail ecosystem currently incentivises fraudsters to participate on various platforms repeatedly. This must be stopped.
Ravi Venkatesan has been on the Infosys board since April 2011 and will now be co-chairman with R. Seshasayee.
Experience shows that these MNCs enjoy a dominant position. It is a position of strength that enables them to act independently of competitive forces.
The constant extension of a deadline to reduce promoter shareholding could net Uday Kotak and his family members a hefty sum.
The court said that an unexpected rise in the price of coal imported from Indonesia will not absolve the Adanis from performing their part of the contract.
New offer comes less than a week after India’s telecom regulator “advised” the Mukesh Ambani-backed company to drop its Summer Surprise free data offer.
None of the Trump administration’s recent announcements with regard to H-1B visas radically new. While there may be challenges for employers, they are not insurmountable.
Demonetisation wreaked havoc upon the best quarter for advertisers but ad firms and media houses insist that the blip was a temporary one.