Rajan had already made his presence felt at RBI and on the financial reforms front within those two years. He had made the monetary policy sharply focused on consumer price inflation (CPI). His successor will need to decide which ones to follow through.
A private equity fund managed by Goldman Sachs is in advanced stages of negotiations to invest $200-250 million in Subhash Chandra's road infrastructure company Essel Highways, according to a report in a business news daily.
$85 billion what the Indian government expects to fetch after the Union Cabinet approved the base price for the country's largest spectrum auction to date
Communicating the exact pick-up and drop location to users can be difficult too; often these can be in the middle of a road, next to a tree. Shuttl solved this problem through its location-based app.
The very phrase "monetary policy" sounds technical and sleep-inducing, but it is an extremely vital issue that impacts the lives of everyone, particularly the poor, because of its immediate effect on inflation and the very structure of society due to its longer term impact on resource allocation.
Emojis have been around since the late 1990s, but they became ubiquitous only in the past few years. Now brand strategists and marketers are beginning to use them in their communications as well.
Labour trouble continues to torment automobile companies in India, even as they work to get ahead in an attractive market.
The book is a window into the good old days of India's optical industry, peppered with anecdotes.
The book provides dollops of encouragement to professionals to turn any adversity into opportunity.
The package to promote the textile sector and bridge the export gap with competitors is a welcome step
While Indian diplomats were busy picking up the pieces after a China-led consortium of member countries of the Nuclear Suppliers Group (NSG) managed to close the door on India at the Seoul plenary meet, another story was unfolding back home - the roll-out of Plan B.
The trend of largescale pledging of shares by fund-starved promoters seems to be slowing. Is the much-awaited deleveraging finally happening?
Britain's exit from the European Union may prove to be good for India in more ways than one.