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Historians may well record this week as the time when the long 20th century came to an end, marking the emergence of a new and troubled superpower contestation in Asia. China’s repudiation of the award of an international tribunal in The Hague on its claims on the South China...
The restoration of the Nabam Tuki government in Arunachal Pradesh by the Supreme Court on Wednesday should serve as a warning to the BJP as it pursues its stated mission of a “Congress-mukt” Bharat. It has also raised troubling questions about the party’s tactics for the Northeast, just as...
"There’s a incredible talent base in India, so the opportunity from just a pure number of startups should be huge,"Chuck Robbins said in an interview Read this opinion at : Cisco is open to invest in Indian startups: Chuck Robbins Source: Economic Times - Opinions
"Analysts are being very conservative because inflation has been high, there was disappointment on Modi government’s execution of reforms and banks had to recapitalise." Read this opinion at : Indian equities likely to rise 5% in H2 this year: Mark Matthews, Julius Baer Source: Economic Times - Opinions
There’s an entire online ecosystem of talent marketplaces serving every creative and operational demand a business possibly has, depending on the quality of work sought Read this opinion at : How to automate work life in the virtual economy without compromising on quality Source: Mint - Opinions
Free markets should benefit both farmers and urban consumers Read this opinion at : APMC drama Source: Mint - Opinions
It has helped economic agents make informed financial decisions Read this opinion at : The importance of policy predictability Source: Mint - Opinions
London is an island. Over there, in Little England, each community knows its place and wants others to know theirs Read this opinion at : Britain’s identity politics Source: Mint - Opinions
A smaller labour force is required to meet extant demand, leading to a vicious cycle of lower demand and employment Read this opinion at : The future of our economy Source: Mint - Opinions
Going by the verdict of experts in the media sector, India may continue to be starved for foreign investments in newspapers even if the government finally clears the proposal allowing 49% FDI in the segment Read this opinion at : Proposing 49% FDI in print: too little, too late Source: Mint...