Profile of Alam Srinivas
The last few generations of Indians have lived in an era of sweeping changes driven by passionate proselytisers of the market’s hidden hand—our seven finance ministers since 1991
If the country undergoes a V-shaped growth trajectory, i.e. a fast recovery, as the finance minister and Reserve Bank of India expect, one will need to thank the country’s farmers.
The tractor became a representation of possible exploitation, depravity, frustration, and anger among the millions, who till the land to feed a nation
Farmers complain that the government's cash subsidies Rs 6,000 a year, is not enough to finance their purchases of farm inputs
The forthcoming Budget is expected to carry enhanced cash benefits, clarifications related to MSPs, new schemes to help the croppers, and changes in existing credit mechanisms
Brothers, spouses, and relatives worked together to grow new businesses in the past 25 years. As did the lone rangers, including former professionals and retirees
Make in India, or Make for India? The potential for both vitality and confusion mark Aatma Nirbhar Bharat—a salad bowl of many healthy ideas, some of them incompatible.
Working from home, or from office—how’s your workplace and your work adapting to the new Covid-churned ecosystem? Here is a special survey by Outlook-Toluna
Under the new 'Swadeshi' banner, there is no clarion call to buy only Indian brands, which are made by Indians. Instead, it is a mindset that drives the purchase of any brands, Indian and foreign, as long as they are made in India.
Everyone agrees that things will never be the same again. Will new trends lead to deglobalisation, more globalisation or reglobalisation?
Usage of the cutting edge 5G services will become mandatory when work-from-home becomes a rule than an exception in post-COVID times
In the aftermath of the coronavirus-forced lockdown, distribution networks are choked and states are clueless on how to move the food to where it is required
TRAI's call for curbs on media ownership and control and full disclosure of facts lie ignored since 2008
As she doled out benefits to individuals and companies with one hand, she took away most of it with another.
They were the bankers of the 21st century, the future of Indian banking. After being at the pinnacle of power for years, their downfall came with loud thuds – and within a few weeks and months. Finally, they were completely disgraced.
In its long order, the apex court said that the deity Ram Lalla is a juristic entity, which went beyond legal persons and human nature
On January 29, 1885, Mahanth Raghubar Das' suit in the Faizabad (Ayodhya) court was possibly the first legal attempt by a Hindu to establish ownership in the disputed land.
After the Supreme Court's verdict, Ayodhya will be clear of the legal, political and social mines that were deliberately buried in the property.
If India has to emerge as a global superpower, a $5 trillion economy, it has to take the leadership position to ink such partnerships in the near future.
The Ranbaxy brothers -- Malvinder and Shivinder Singh -- systematically and deliberately siphoned off huge sums, estimated at Rs 10,000 crore. Most of the money was used to buy real estate
Investors made huge losses after foreign institutions reportedly withdrew billions of dollars to leave Indian stocks limping and with little chance to fight back
Debt looms as a terrifying spectre. Zombie companies or corporate underachievers have doubled and even the biggest of business empires like Reliance Industries are worried and hassled
India Budget 2019: It seems that the stock markets are confused about the implications of the various proposals, which may work at cross-purposes.