For India’s industrial captains, the country’s diasporic links with the island nation of Mauritius have proved bountiful.
Paranjoy Guha Thakurta and Jyotirmoy Chaudhuri | Dec 23, 2014
Was it a tactical yawn?
Omar Sattaur | Jul 06, 2009
Knitting Indian SOX
In the effort to minimise the likelihood of another Satyam debacle, a few lessons are available from a country that has been reeling from its own corporate scandals – the United States.
Uday Murthy | Mar 02, 2009
With the largest corporate fraud in its history, India has finally entered onto the global financial stage?
Sujeev Shakya and Puja Tandon | Mar 01, 2009
Real woes in a virtual world
The Editors | Dec 01, 2008
A tax budget, not a tough one
Bibek Debroy | Mar 01, 2000
A disappeared Maldivian journalist’s family still waits for closure
Eight years after he vanished, and despite an official report pointing to his abduction and murder, Ahmed Rilwan is yet to be declared dead, and powerful officials allegedly linked to the killers evade justice
Punjab’s battles over Bhagat Singh
Controversies over the anti-colonial revolutionary expose Punjab’s political fissures, with the farmers’ protest movement, Communists, Khalistanis, the AAP and other parties all having staked their own claims
Tehreek-i-Taliban is making its way back in Pakistan
Tehreek-i-Taliban’s resurgence reveals the failure of the Pakistan government’s anti-terror policy and its ambivalent, contradictory relationship with Islamist militant groups
The secrets of ‘All That Breathes’
Shaunak Sen’s Oscar-nominated documentary looks at Muslim brothers caring for kites in Delhi, but also carries a veiled message on religious hatred in Modi’s India