Nobel Prize economist Robert Shiller warns of US stock market …

Nobel Prize economist Robert Shiller warns of US stock market …

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It’s difficult to decide what is the most disappointing aspect of Bullett Raja.

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Corporate India should watch out: What #OperationBlueVirus tells us

Brands have been gaming social media since social media existed, as have individuals and political parties. But a few of the ‘services’ offered are disturbing – and could cause serious trouble for the companies concerned and their clients.


Is Tarun Tejpal and his credibility finished with the sexual assault charges?

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Firstpost investigations reveal that many investor companies were ‘briefcase’ companies, used only for parking funds from unknown destinations.


UPA almost fails India at WTO, but rescues itself thanks to others

The “peace clause”, if agreed to, will restrict the implementation of India’s Food Security Act for four years, beyond which it will be considered as a violation of the subsidy limits of the WTO, while “trade facilitation” will ensure that developed countries have an upper hand while trading with developing countries.


Why political, business and religious leaders must hear the Pope on economics

In a 51,254-word document, Francis attempts to build a moral fibre for Christians, by offering a mix of religious values with economic introspection.


Ahead of South Africa tour, Virat Kohli issues statement of intent

The Indian team has never won a Test or ODI series in South Africa and even though the Proteas lost the ODI series against Pakistan, it will not be easy.

Game-changing Iran deal a god-send for UPA, rupee and petrol prices

Iran is likely to enter the international oil market with a bang and announce competitive prices which will inevitably trigger fall in prices of the black gold.


How the Tarun Tejpal sexual assault case has affected Tehelka

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What the bookies say: BJP in Rajasthan, MP; Kejriwal to finish third in Delhi

Tawari, a middle-aged man from Rajasthan’s Shekhawati region, likes to call himself an election analyst.


Tehelka LIVE: Goa court sends Tejpal to 6-day police custody

We track the latest developments in the allegations of sexual harassment against Tehelka editor Tarun Tejpal.

Assembly elections: Will BJP get a 4-0 advantage for 2014 polls?

The polling pattern and the final outcome, is not just about who is going to rule these states for the next five years. Instead, the results are more about what kind of launch pad they will provide for the next parliamentary polls.


Last lap before Delhi Assembly Poll: AAP on the obstacles ahead

Contrary to opinion polls which predict a shimmering scorecard for the Aam Aadmi party — the bookies have predicted high odds against an AAP victory.


Iran deal to help India’s oil imports; boost bilateral trade

The country’s corporates today said the deal between Iran and six world powers, including the US, will help in sourcing of oil imports from the Persian Gulf state and boost trade with India.


India’s tour of SA: Zaheer back but three spinners are too many

Ashish Magotra and Tariq Engineer discuss the Indian Test team that was picked for the two Tests in South Africa.

Unlike Rahul Gandhi, Modi’s speeches have nothing new to offer

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Earlier, telcos had to take separate licenses for providing telephony, internet services etc. and pay license fees to the government based on the services they provided.


The Talwars and Tehelka: Both cases of media excess?

Managing editor Shoma Chaudhury invoked the Talwars as an indictment of the media coverage of the Tehelka scandal. Was she right?


India’s tour of SA: Zaheer back but three spinners are too many

Ashish Magotra and Tariq Engineer discuss the Indian Test team that was picked for the two Tests in South Africa.

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