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The rise of Hindi movie genre on Indian television

6. June 2018 - 19:20
While the average weekly viewership of Hindi movie genre in 2015 was 2.3 billion impressions, contributing 13.7% to total television viewership, in 2018, this has more than doubled to 4.9 billion impressions

RBI hasn’t kicked off a rate hike cycle as yet

6. June 2018 - 15:35
We may see yet another RBI rate hike—in October, or even in August—but the action and the timing of it will depend on the inflation trajectory

The unintended consequences of Europe’s GDPR

6. June 2018 - 6:41
It is perhaps too early to say whether GDPR will have a chilling effect on start-ups but given the complexity and additional cost that it demands, it is clear that the table stakes have just been raised

Those wonderful Chinese economists

6. June 2018 - 5:28
The story of the Chinese economic reformers is a good counter example of a group of economists playing a transformative role in their country. Their contributions need to be studied more widely

Has the Indian economy caught the Dutch disease?

6. June 2018 - 5:23
India is much more fortified than in 2013, but that masks an underlying deterioration of external imbalances likely induced by the positive windfall shock from lower oil prices

US is closing doors to world’s smartest people

6. June 2018 - 1:42
When the US embraces people of all races and ethnicities, it’s not just fair and just—it’s efficient

The crisis in agriculture cannot be trivialized

6. June 2018 - 1:15
The fall in real wages, disinflation in the prices of agricultural goods and rising input costs have led to a full-blown crisis in agriculture

Putting the spotlight back on governance practices in private equity

5. June 2018 - 19:54
Kroll’s 2018 report says one out of every four Indian firms surveyed was fraud-hit due to conflict of interest

Malmstrom’s trickle-down policy is skewed

5. June 2018 - 17:47
The Trump administration announced on 29 May that tariffs on $50 billion of Chinese imports would be imposed after 15 June on grounds that China continues to steal technologies and violates intellectual property rights

Inclusive agenda key win for smart cities programme

5. June 2018 - 15:08
The project cost for all cities put together is ₹2.02 trillion, split into area-based development projects costing ₹1.63 trillion, and pan-city solutions projects costing ₹38,841 crore

Adolescent girls as agents of change in communities

5. June 2018 - 14:36
Empowered with knowledge and training, young girls can reinforce health vital messages

Air India fails to find another sucker

5. June 2018 - 10:35
The whole Air India disinvestment fiasco conclusively proves that public sector enterprises in India have a sell by date and literally so

Opinion: Is the Narendra Modi govt putting its money where its mouth is?

5. June 2018 - 8:57
The latest data from the Controller General of Accounts provides some clues about the spending priorities of the Narendra Modi government in 2017-18

How to help the retired have financial dignity

5. June 2018 - 6:01
If you know that your parents are going to be financially dependant on you, then the corpus needed for your parents’ needs should be a financial goal for which you must plan early on

Donald Trump’s presidency is built upon double standards

5. June 2018 - 5:54
It doesn’t matter if Donald Trump’s lying is pathological or if it’s all calculated. The thousands of untruths and misdeeds would not have been countenanced before

A Swiss referendum for global economic stability

5. June 2018 - 5:48
The Swiss National Bank and commercial banks are opposing the referendum proposal. That is a good reason to take the proposal seriously

The ethics of economic fairness are important

5. June 2018 - 5:42
Whether a business organization is fair and ethical should be determined by how it treats people at the bottom of its pyramid

Heatwaves are health and economic risks

5. June 2018 - 5:37
Several states have formulated action plans, but key gaps are emerging as far as implementation is concerned

Italy’s slow-motion euro train wreck

5. June 2018 - 5:31
Italy will compromise and remain in the eurozone in the short run. In the long run, however, it could increasingly be tempted to abandon the euro

Taking forward the grand GST project

5. June 2018 - 5:12
The complexity of the structure of goods and services tax structure has reduced the potential economic benefits