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T N Ninan: Pointing at billionaires
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T N Ninan: Pointing at billionaires

The World Bank, in its report on inequality in South Asia, says that India has a disproportionate share of dollar-billionaires, and that they own a disproportionate share of the country's wealth. Almost all those billionaires - some 50 to 60 of them ... Smart Investor, 4 days ago

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Letters: Expression and religion

The question mark in the headline in T N Ninan's column "A right to offend?" (Weekend Ruminations, January 10) is significant. There can be no two opinions about the unqualified condemnation of the brutal attack on the editorial office of the ...
 Business Standard1 week ago Letters: How Tata beat Congress  Business Standard4 weeks ago Letters: The 'new' public sector  Business Standard1 month ago Letters: Domestic problems  Business Standard1 month ago
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T N Ninan: Different this time?

A news report has said " Pakistan moved aggressively Thursday against an Islamic charity with links to militants suspected in the Mumbai attacks, freezing the group's assets, putting its leaders under house arrest and padlocking its offices. The moves against ...
 Business Standard1 week ago

T N Ninan: A right to offend?

The murder of a dozen journalists (including cartoonists) in the office of a French satirical magazine is an extreme manifestation of intolerance and hate, and to be condemned. Islamist elements are now well known for their intolerance of anything ...
 Smart Investor2 weeks ago

T N Ninan: Who has slipped on oil?

Since history can give us interesting perspectives on current issues, it is instructive to look back to a previous time when oil prices were at or near the current price of $60 per barrel. That was nine years ago, in 2005-06 - when India's average ...
 Smart Investor3 weeks ago
Business Standard

T N Ninan: Who has slipped on oil?

Back in 2005-06, the government subsidy on petroleum products was a modest Rs 2,930 crore T N Ninan | New Delhi January 2, 2015 Last Updated at 22:10 IST Since history can give us interesting perspectives on current issues, it is instructive to look back to a ...
 Business Standard3 weeks ago
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Jury panel for Shriram Sanlam Awards

TN Ninan joins the jury panel comprising Srinivasan K Swamy and Swaminathan S Aiyar, for the awards that recognise excellence in financial journalism BestMediaInfo Bureau | Delhi | December 10, 2014 TN Ninan, Chairman of Business Standard, ...
 Best Media Info1 month ago Eminent Editor & Columnist Mr. T. N. Ninan on Jury Panel of Shriram Sanlam Awards for Excellence in Financial Journalism 2014  APN News1 month ago
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T N Ninan: Challenges for Nehru & Gandhi Pvt Ltd

It is said that only 30 per cent of businesses survive long enough to be handed down to the next generation of family owners. At that rate of attrition, the chance of a business surviving to the third generation is nine per cent, and to the fifth ...
 Sify1 month ago
Business Standard

T N Ninan: Find the men for the job

come to the rescue of the Indian economy? That's the question which the government has asked, in the finance ministry's mid-year review of the economy. Some economists outside the government, too, have been asking the question, since most of the leading ...
 Business Standard1 month ago India's wealth inequality: The real story behind the numbers  Rediff.com4 days ago Acche din has arrived for the Indian economy  Rediff.com1 month ago 40 Years Ago... and now: Pushing for growth  Sify2 months ago
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T N Ninan: Hungry for foreign money

that Indians imported last year, for reasons other than re-exporting as jewellery, was about $25 billion. They preferred investing in gold to alternatives like putting money in productive assets. Meanwhile, the value of Indian debt bought by foreigners last ...
 Business Standard1 month ago
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