If you look at the track record of some of the most successful companies across the world, there has been one common factor that has been at the centre of their growth story: their ability to adapt to change. Admittedly, change is never easy, but it is also a necessity, for growth, writes Anil Chanana.
Increased manufacturing output is always good news, but a fresh round of policy pushes is long overdue.
The very act of being held was enough to make Pakistan’s general elections a historic event. The election brings in a government that could normalise ties with India.
Meeting India's growing energy needs and ensuring environmental safety are difficult but not insurmountable.
Investigative website Cobrapost has alleged that several leading private and public sector banks and insurance companies help customers launder black money. The sting operation has underlined the need for an overhaul of the financial services system.
For the determined Indian harasser, conservatism, age, looks and dress do not constitute adequate deterrents.
The border standoff between India and China seems to have been resolved in a manner that seems to combine the best of diplomatic and military pressure. Recent events at Depsang must not affect the beneficial relationship India and China share.
Beauty, we know, lies in the eyes of the beholder. But if the beholder happens to be the Saudi Arabian government, this can have rather unexpected consequences.
While it may be very difficult to be rational in these trying circumstances, it is important that India does not lose the moral high ground it occupies now after the death of Sarabjit.
The third cut in the short-term lending rate by the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) in four months comes bundled with widespread anticipation that these would eventually percolate down to the end borrower.
The wounds of the 1984 anti-Sikh riots are still painful for those who lost their loved ones in them. Sajjan Kumar’s acquittal reopens the wounds victims, many of whom have got no recompense.
No one, but no one, seems to be coming out of this Parliament session smelling of roses so far. The government certainly has much to answer for given its unacceptable conduct over the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) report on the coal scam for which it has been pilloried by the Supreme Court.
Unless the government takes measures to tackle the Telangana problem, its list of worries will only get longer.
There could not have been a worse turn of events for a government already on the ropes. The SC’s indictment of the government conduct in the CBI’s probe into the coal scam now threatens to blacken the UPA’s image further.
Uttar Pradesh’s urban development minister Azam Khan has either a very heightened sense of self-importance or is suffering from some sort of delusional incapacity. A routine airport check on him in the US has sent his state government into a tizzy.