Size of the countries doesn’t matter in a tariff battle.
Pritzker Winner Balkrishna Doshi’s vision should be heeded across the developing world.
Indian government should consider rolling out a welcome mat for global bond buyers.
The Indian economy has been short of good news recently.
For the country to fulfill its potential, it has to fix Uttar Pradesh.
Indians understand the Trumps all too well.
Indian banks are being hit with one disaster after another.
The Indian system can and does work, like it seems to be doing with the Singhs.
India remains a land of missed opportunities.
Davos didn’t want India to sell itself to the world; it needed India to lead. And Modi failed to do that.
Cape Town offers a grim preview for the rest of the world.
The scene at India’s Supreme Court last week was startling.
India’s macroeconomic numbers don’t look quite as stable as they should.
Pakistan doesn’t just live on the edge, it seems altogether nonchalant about being there.
The Gandhi dynasty can’t revive India’s opposition on its own.
The best-quality survey released last week had BJP and Congress in a dead heat in terms of vote-share in Gujarat.
India’s government has muddled growth and now it’s clear that the RBI won’t bail it out.
The Modi government has gotten one big thing right, says Mihir Sharma.
India’s ratings upgrade seems oddly timed, says Mihir Sharma.
India’s inability to move beyond Indira is not at all a good thing.
In India, you don’t really exist till you’re on the right WhatsApp groups.