India's institutions may seem weak after scams of recent years but the cleansing will usher in predictability in the system, says Former Comptroller and Auditor General Vinod Rai.
The truism that India's growing domestic market is a high-volume, low-margin opportunity has a negative side, writes ZipDial CEO Valerie R. Wagoner.
India needs to support small entrepreneurs in farm processing and value-added retailing to create jobs for those at the bottom of the pyramid.
Only a sustainable policy on use of natural resources can unlock India's full potential.
Shiv Nadar writes on how businessman can succeed in India - the country where doing business, especially for small enterprises, is a challenging task.
A country well known for its software services now has an opportunity to build world-beating software products.
The tax laws should be such that they raise a given amount of revenue in an efficient, effective and equitable manner.
Corporates that are proactively focused on sustainability will do better in future than those that are purely reactive both in terms of their social financial objectives.
Inequality in India has reduced in the last decade but the key to reducing the still yawning spread in incomes is supporting an entrepreneurial ecosystem with gusto.
The e-commerce industry that was non-existent a few years ago is today worth $5 billion. There are 35 million Indians who buy products online - electronics, apparel, baby products and so on.
Administrative reforms have to be undertaken in mission mode. We must have evangelising missionaries leading them, writes Prajapati Trivedi, economic adviser to the govt.
Few countries have more to gain from a greater integration with the rest of the world. Indeed, many fears about it within India seem exaggerated.
Manoj Kohli, managing director of Bharti Enterprises writes on how India can change its image to a business-friendly economy for the rest of the world.
We have not made progress because of the transmission losses between the poetry rooted knowing "what" and the plumbing focused knowing "how", writes Manish Sabharwal.
While manufacturing will add another dimension to our growth, the services sector will continue to be strong, writes banker KV Kamath.
India has a major cause for concern because nearly half of the deaths and disability related to them occur before the age of 65.
If India's leadership can focus on what's good for the nation and its people, it has an opportunity to catapult the country from global middle-income economies.
We have the potential to be a $10 tn economy in next 20 years if we encourage manufacturing and innovation in select sectors, writes D. Shivakumar, CEO of PepsiCo India.
In a rare interview, Christensen tells Business Today the relevance of his theory of disruptive innovation and explains with real-life examples how it could play out in today's context.
India will get trapped in 'middle-income', if we do not act with urgency now to transform the quality of education delivered in our country.
You cannot expect 'Make in India' to bring a revolution in just two
months. We must understand the huge challenges that our country faces, writes Amitabh Kant.
India has to break out from its low-quality past and embrace quality in the next stage of its growth.
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