Will re-introduction of lapsed bills be high on the agenda of the new government?
The new government will have to overhaul the trade framework if India is to play any meaningful role on the world stage.
The Indian economy is not in great shape. What are the options before the new government to kickstart growth?
Top economic experts debate how the government can hit the ground running.
Setting up labour intensive industries and making it easier to start and run businesses have to be on the new government's priority list
Restarting infrastructure will be among the big challenges for the new government.
Unemployment, liquidity crunch and scepticism around monsoons may have resulted in a consumption dip, but the appetite to consume very much exists.
The government will have to take preparatory steps to minimise rural distress in view of a possible weak monsoon.
The US ban on Huawei on security grounds may have an unenviable impact, but such challenges can only be resolved if nations opt for greater cooperation and coordination.
Slowdown, global conditions pull down volume growth.
Markets followed different paths during the five years of the NDA government, but domestic investors' presence was steady.
NBFCs are scurrying around for funds to cope with falling market valuations, asset-liability mismatches and rising delinquencies.
Increased awareness about fitness is powering the sports and fitness wear market, giving segments such as athleisure a boost.
Tata Steel and JSW have been fighting for the number one spot for years. Now, both are getting ready for the rough ride ahead.
Once the undisputed leader, SAIL has been outrun by private sector peers JSW and Tata Steel. But the rejuvenated steelmaker is back in the black and eyeing the top spot.
With change of guard in at least half-a-dozen companies, the Indian steel industry is undergoing unprecedented churn. It will emerge stronger than ever.
India is set to become the second largest user of steel in the world.
With many mining leases expiring next year, quick action is required to keep steel production on track.
The change in ownership of steel assets will turbo-charge the Indian steel industry.
A legacy of 350 years spanning 13 generations - that's what makes German healthcare and life sciences multinational Merck a much quoted example of family leadership continuity coupled with long-term sustainability of business. Business Today's E. Kumar Sharma spoke with Frank Stangenberg-Haverkamp, Chairman of the Executive Board and the Family Board of E Merck KG, headquartered in Darmstadt in Germany. Stangenberg-Haverkamp, 70, who was in India recently, is the 11th generation leader of the holding company and head of the family. He talks about the various issues that family-led businesses need to grapple with and how a family contract can help in smooth management of family businesses. Edited excerpts:
At a time when the US and China are in the middle of a global trade war, Binoy Kumar, Secretary, Ministry of Steel, talks to Sumant Banerji about plans to encourage companies to Make in India and how India can protect its steel industry. Edited excerpts:
In training an AI system to classify objects, researchers have helped it develop numerosity.
The upcoming, and vastly improved, Android OS focusses on just the right areas - privacy, gestures, smarter AI and dark mode.
The economic lift via GST is not yet clear, but the 'very complex tax' could leave the struggling informal sector out in the cold and bring about an economic divide of sorts.