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Explained: The fight for Mindtree that threatens to snowball into a war

The founders’ bloc has been pursuing a deal with Baring PE to see that shares change hands to a friendly investor.

UN Security Council sanctions regime

Since 1966, the Security Council has established 30 sanctions regimes against ISIL (Da’esh) & Al Qaeda and the Taliban.

Boycott Chinese goods for Masood Azhar? Why this hashtag is a bad idea

Many Indians think boycotting Chinese goods will put pressure on China. It's a mistaken belief.

How India’s cities vote & why the urban vote matters

The city turnout was lower than national turnout in 2014, just as it was in 2009, there was a big jump in urban voter participation in 2014.

You need not pay your power bill. Here's how

Switching to various solar power options can help reduce electricity bills by a staggering 92%.

Explained: Why IndiGo is struggling to find pilots to fly its planes

IndiGo said last week that scheduled cancellations of 30 flights every day would continue till March 31.

Bankruptcy Code: What’s changed, what it means

ET gives a snapshot of where things stand now, and how that affects stakeholders.

Angels & demon: Decoding the tax row that's making startups nervous

The sector is now smarting under tax scrutiny which it says is unnecessary and harmful.

How did it all go this bad at Zee? Here's what you need to know

It all started when a merger between the DTH arms of Videocon and Essel groups landed in Delhi High Court.

How India is won: The vote share story

No party, not even Congress under Jawaharlal Nehru, has won 50% vote share in any national elections, beginning 1951.

ET Explains: What is Constitution (One Hundred And Twenty-Fourth Amendment) Bill, 2019?

ET Explains: What is Constitution (One Hundred And Twenty-Fourth Amendment) Bill, 2019?

10% reservation for ‘economically weaker sections’ will be in addition to the existing reservation.

Final countdown for Indians to reach the final frontier

Final countdown for Indians to reach the final frontier

The mission will cost Rs 10,000 crore and will be executed in 2022. In space technology terms, that’s a very tight deadline.

Will there be a blackout of all TV channels? Trai tariff order explained

Will there be a blackout of all TV channels? Trai tariff order explained

ET tries to answer all these questions and clears the air on the new order.

Fortis sale: One of India's biggest healthcare deals is on hold, here's what led to it

Fortis sale: One of India's biggest healthcare deals is on hold, here's what led to it

In July this year after a long bidding war, Fortis Healthcare was sold to IHH Health for Rs 4,000 crore.

Here's why Kotak dragged RBI to court

Here's why Kotak dragged RBI to court

The bank on Monday moved the Bombay High Court challenging the RBI decision rejecting its share sale announced in August.

Linking interest rate to external benchmark: What does the RBI move mean for you

Linking interest rate to external benchmark: What does the RBI move mean for you

Banks will have to link interests to external benchmarks instead of internal ones, which is the current norm.

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