ET Explains: Six ways in which the Budget can turn the economy around
What can Sitharaman do to present a Big-Bang Budget? Here is a six-point solution.
ET Explains: All you need to know about the deadly novel coronavirus
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P2P platforms safe for lending and borrowing: Vinay Mathews explains
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Coronavirus fear driving markets: Mitul Kotecha, TD Securities
We are seeing demand for safe havens and high beta or more exposed currencies are coming under pressure as coronavirus scare grips markets. There are some fundamental reasons to see an improvement but it could be dampened in the near term, says Mitul Kotecha, Senior Emerging Market Strategist, TD Securities.
ET Explains: Not all may be bad about India's rising inflation
Once the vegetable prices cool down, the headline inflation figure will fall back within RBI's comfort zone.
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US: CDC explains airport screening plans for coronavirus
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People are protesting to remind govt of constitutional values: Rohit De, professor of history, Yale University
The protestors are saying that the Constitution protects many of our rights. The new laws seek to deviate from that. The institutions that are supposed to protect us — political parties, the judiciary — have not stepped in. So people are coming out to hold these values up and remind them that they can’t deviate from the basic structure of the Constitution, asserted Rohit De.
Republic's Children: Recalling aspirations for the nation
Seven Indian who were born in 1950, along with the republic, recall their aspirations for the nation, and their journey.
The forgotten founders of India
Many of our republic’s founders are national icons. But beyond the inner circle, there were hundreds of others.
View: The citizenship law reopens an old chapter in the uneasy Centre-state ties
As many as 12 states and two UTs are now ruled by parties that do'not agree with the BJP on several issues.
Why this is the best time to be a writer in show business
In an industry where a grand total of 7 actors are chased by 70-odd directors, writing has become critical.
Amazon Echo Studio review: Loud, clear, and gives immersive experience
The speaker has a design aesthetic similar to other Echo devices.
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