• 2011: 10 stocks we recommend you invest in January 4, 2011

    The change in sentiment is palpable on Dalal Street. Just two months ago, stock market pundits were vying with each other to assign aggressive ‘fair value’ targets to BSE Sensex and NSE Nifty. The projected earnings of Sensex stocks in 2011-12, in the range of Rs. 1,250-1,275 were quickly discounted...
  • Forbes India: Viswanathan Anand, guru of grit July 22, 2010

    Viswanathan Anand came back from virtual annihilation and conquered the world. His life has quite a few lessons on the art of winning. ...
  • Shock showdown: stock exchanges go to war May 14, 2010

    The NSE and MCX-SX are on opposite corners, and their fight will change the way we invest. ...
  • Forbes India: Tamil Nadu rediscovers Hindi February 22, 2010

    State which once regarded language as imperialism is now fascinated by it. ...
  • Forbes India: Time India steps in for Sri Lanka's Tamils February 9, 2010

    With Tamils in Sri Lanka beaten, the time has come for India to intervene. ...
  • All melodious in Chennai's month of high culture December 15, 2009

    Madras Music Season bring the best of Carnatic music to the city. ...
  • Invisible czars: the power family of the stock exchange October 1, 2009

    Stock market's hottest prop shop; the first family of derivatives revealed. ...
  • Forbes India: How Standard & Poor's dealt with subprime crisis September 1, 2009

    Deven Sharma has spent the last two years reforming Standard & Poor. ...
  • Forbes India: A new battle for Ceylon August 28, 2009

    Amid the ruins of Lanka's civil war lie gems of business opportunity. ...
  • When the world said goodbye to gold age for good August 25, 2009

    The yellow metal's rightful place is in jewellery, not monetary policy ...
  • Forbes India: Pranab's Budget, a bridge to recovery July 6, 2009

    UPA's this Budget is aimed at finding a road to economic stability. ...
  • Satyam row: where was corporate governance? December 17, 2008

    Shareholders force Ramalinga Raju to roll back acquisition plans. ...