India gets caught in Trump’s trade war—and there’s a price to pay
A crisis of oversupply has resulted in Rs 23,000 crore arrears owed to sugarcane farmers, a powerful political constituency that could make its discontent felt in next year’s General Election
In the year before the general election the finance minister did what was expected.
Money stashed abroad as revealed in the Paradise Papers incites passion but the reality of offshore accounts is more complex
From Coca-Cola to colour TV to computers, technological advances in India have always been resisted as anti-poor
It’s no longer business as usual
The great idea of ‘one nation, one tax’ has been launched but it will take a while before the full benefits of GST are reaped