Mint Asia - 8 Feb 2019

Table of content - Mint Asia (8 Feb 2019)

SECOND INNINGS: CHOOSING A PROFITABLE NICHE
‘No magic wand to solve farm crisis’
NDA targets electoral constituents
SECOND INNINGS: CHOOSING A PROFITABLE NICHE
Eye on polls, NDA unveils full-fledged budget
Corrections & Clarifications
Jobless growth 2.0: NDA’s and India’s challenge
As Vodafone Idea walks a tightrope, a rights issue throws a new googly
Debt funds downgrade: no reason to panic yet
For the love of Urdu
Inside the Rashomon world of macroeconomic data
Where does the centre’s ` 1,575 crore sports budget go?
OVL to stay the course in crisis-hit Venezuela
Expenses you shouldn’t overlook when planning to study abroad
The case for a unified supervision regime for NBFCs
Budget as an exercise in smoke and mirrors
Walmart seen staying put in India despite new FDI norms
There is no magic wand to resolve agrarian crisis: Rahul Gandhi
NDA faces a tough jobs question
NDA-II has been more like UPA
Will Rahul’s MIG-19 fly?
New crime buster: tracking gait tech
Japanese hybrids to roll out in 2021
How religiosity transcends class divides
Luxury reaches out
Revenues stabilize at Airtel in Q3, but earnings rebound is some time away
Indulging in impulsive spends: A warning before you click ‘pay now’
Beyond the Taxbook | When political battles result in bad income tax laws
Revival near, but toxicity worries SBI
CONSTITUENTS IN BUDGET BEFORE POLLS
Govt gives starring role to Middle India and farmers
Contract work fuelling new caste conflicts
NDA faces a tough jobs question ahead of polls
OVL to stay the course in crisis-hit Venezuela
PNB posts surprise Q3 profit on lower provisioning for NPAs
Proposed capital expenditure for oil PSUs at four-year low
Japanese hybrids to hit Indian roads in 2021
Business leaders in India will need to speak out on policies, political issues
GOING GREEN
Walmart seen staying put in India despite new FDI norms
Big brand spells better luck for firms in NCLT
Sunil Duggal steps down as Dabur CEO
TRANSCENDS CLASS DIVIDES IN INDIA
WHERE DOES CENTRE’S ` 1,575 CR SPORTS BUDGET GO?
NDA-II HAS BEEN MORE LIKE UPA, AND LESS LIKE NDA-I
WILL RAHUL’S MIG-19 FLY?
There is no magic wand to resolve agrarian crisis... India needs a composite strategy
Show US the money: Will Rahul’s MIG-19 fly?
SECOND INNINGS: CHOOSING A PROFITABLE NICHE
SECOND INNINGS: CHOOSING A PROFITABLE NICHE
TRACKING GAIT TECHNOLOGY
THE BLOT IN NDA’S HITHERTO PRUDENT FISCAL COPYBOOK
JOBLESS GROWTH 2.0: NDA GOVT’S AND INDIA’S CHALLENGE
Budget as an exercise in smoke and mirrors
Inside the Rashomon world of macroeconomic data
The case for a unified supervision regime for NBFCs
Policy advocacy is really an exercise in compromise
Six debt funds on watch list; but no reason to panic yet
Bank a/c may get blocked if FATCA isn’t complied with
Expenses you shouldn’t overlook when planning to study abroad
Debt funds downgrade: no reason to panic yet
Can vintage cars be insured under motor insurance?
Investors don’t see value in index funds
Index funds likely to gain in future
Active MFs may not rule for too long
Investors seeing benefits of ETFs
When political battles result in bad income tax laws
Indulging in impulsive spends: A warning before you click ‘pay now’
As Vodafone Idea walks a tightrope, a rights issue throws a new googly
Gold is shining once again as central bankers go on buying spree
Tech Mahindra’s impressive Q3 to add heft to its market valuation
STEADY DECLINE
GOLDEN HEDGE
PROFITABILITY IMPROVES
Revival is near, but toxicity worries SBI
Budgetary sops notwithstanding, demand revival in real estate sector remains elusive
Boost to consumption is fine but capex outlook a cause for worry
EMs keep up the growth tempo for Dr Reddy’s Labs
Airtel: Revenues stabilize in Q3, but earnings rebound is some time away
Cost pressures puncture net profit at Hero MotoCorp
Why investors aren’t fleeing Jet despite looming equity dilution
Pidilite needs a margin revival to strengthen bond with investors
MARGINS SKID
SIGNS OF STABILITY
FADING EXPECTATIONS
FOR THE LOVE OF URDU
For the love of Urdu
LUXURY REACHES OUT
When the war hits home
When in Kolkata, eat like a Bengali
When the war hits home
A HOUSE FOR INDIAN FILM

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