View: What BJP can learn from its Maharashtra experience
This is possibly the first instance of an electoral alliance breaking up, or at least being on the verge of divorce (remember George Fernandes’ volte-face in 1979?), after the partners jointly secured majority.
ET Explains: The long and short of Modi govt's big-ticket privatisation drive
The move to privatise some of these big state-run firms reinfor...
Tech View: Bearish candle after Doji signals possible trend reversal
The broader structure continues to remain positive and the uptrend is in...
Dining with a view: Step on an acme of culinary creativity and immerse in the breath-taking views
From Thiptara in Dubai to Raw in Taipei, these places have views that will leave you spellbound.
More than 600 eminent dignitaries attended ET SDGs Impact Summit
Delhi, 21st November 2019: The first edition of The Economic Times SDGs Impact Summit 2019 – India’s largest and most comprehensive platform dedicated to sus...
View: GDP data to guide rupee next; outlook bearish
This means bond market has already assumed that further rate cuts are not coming or will be sparse.
View: Haircuts for Indian finance — bald or bold? Signs from the DHFL case
Whether an overworked IBC salon can deliver the equivalent of a 10-minute trim is the biggest question now.
View: A pro-markets worldview seems absent in BJP government’s policy prescriptions
The government’s role in accelerating growth was to lift controls and restriction on entrepreneurs, and give them greater freedom to operate.
View: Why Pragya Singh Thakur’s ‘Elevation’ isn’t really a shocker
The Parliamentary Consultative Committee of the Ministry of Defence, which Singh Thakur now finds herself a member of, is a statutory body. And that alone gives it its importance.
View: The sun stops shining for Indian property mogul
“What’s $325 million to these rich backers?” investors must have thought.
Tech View: Nifty forms indecisive Doji, may disrupt the ongoing rally
Before closing 59 points, higher at 11,999, the index hit an intraday high of 12,038.
View: What Bill Gates gets wrong about fossil fuels
Gates’s history makes him peculiarly ill-suited to understand how damaging debt divestment can be.
View: What Gotabaya Rajapaksa's victory means for Sri Lanka and India
Gotabaya is a pragmatic leader and can be expected to live up to his manifesto to develop security cooperation with India, as national security and fighting extremism are his priorities. But the reality is China is now entrenched in Sri Lanka more than it was in 2014.
View: Rupee likely to trade in a small range
We expect the EUR/USD pair to quote in the range of 1.0970 and 1.1150.
View: Govt and NSSO should not hide data, but make them public to improve them
Now, the Modi government has announced not to release the 2017-18 NSSO survey. These are bad practices.
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