The really cashless economy

Rural India is putting up a brave face, with even guarded optimism about the fight against black money

Battlefield Delhi


As Arvind Kejriwal, for better or worse, stays busy fighting political battles, governance gets the short shrift in the capital

Right wing trumps liberalism?


Trump’s victory coupled with Brexit signals tectonic changes in world ideologies

“People adapting faster than we thought”

Colour of Money

Interview with Nirmala Sitharaman, minister of state for commerce and industry

The great Indian flip-flop trick

Colour of Money

High denomination notes are out of currency. So are implementations, plans and damage control means

Prof Arun Kumar on demonetisation

Colour of Money

“What is the logic of demonetising Rs 500-1,000 notes and then printing Rs 2,000 note?”

Photo Story: Cash Line

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Demonetisation has been testing the patience of the public across the country. Imphal, the capital of Manipur, is no exception

The same blues on the other side of the counter

Colour of Money

It’s not just people who are bearing the brunt of demonetisation, bankers too are feeling the heat

In 1978, the common man was not hurt at all

Colour of Money

A retired banker reminisces the second demonetisation, and lessons not learnt from it in the third

Thirst quencher


IRCTC is setting up seven plants to meet the increasing demand for its bottled water – Rail Neer

Weapons of blind destruction

Letter from Europe

Anti-personnel landmines continue to kill innocent civilians long after the conflict. India, among its largest stockpilers, should rethink its strategy

Revisiting foundations of Aadhaar


TRAI chairman, RS Sharma writes on one of the most ambitious identity projects

Beyond governance and compliance

Event Report

At a convention organised by the Institute of Company Secretaries of India, stakeholders discussed corporate governance, compliance and the way forward