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Why is the BSE valued at only $350 million?

Issue Date : 26 March 2021

Lead Story

Why is the BSE valued at only $350 million?

The valuation of Asia’s oldest stock exchange is a fraction that of market leader NSE. Is it justified?


Salsa is just a candy away from boredom

Center Fruit’s latest television commercial gets you tapping your feet with your mouth agape

Have interest rates bottomed out in India?

The US 10-year bond yield has been climbing and the Indian 10-year is following suit


Look who's holding up the traffic

Drivers all over the country are reporting inefficiencies in the FASTag system which has been made mandatory since February 15, 2021


Coding profit

KPIT Technologies' CEO Kishor Patil sells stock worth Rs.936 million


Focusing on Inflation May Miss the Bigger Risk

Being overly focused on inflation concerns may miss issues around financial stability that have a greater likelihood of affecting markets 

Big Idea

Three Wheels United sees electrifying dreams

This Bengaluru-based start-up is helping auto-rickshaw drivers move to electric transport, by giving easy finance, and linkages to customers and manufacturers  


Can Kia’s two-model magic hold India spellbound for long?

Hyundai’s sibling made a sensational debut but it will have to go beyond Seltos and Sonet to retain its edge

Graphically Speaking

The ones making our lives easier, don’t have it easy themselves

According a Fairwork report, India’s platform economy is riddled with problems of unfair pay and poor working conditions

Big Idea

Raseedbook wants local businesses to dream big

A billing and record keeping app is opening up a world of possibilities for neighbourhood stores 

The Good Life

Premium puffs

Forget Cuban cigars, Gurkha Cigars has offerings that convey both leisure and luxury

My Favourite

Prashanth Doreswamy

Continental India’s Country Head can’t get enough of the beautiful city of Dubrovnik in Croatia, his favourite getaway

Pursuit of Happiness

Deep dive

The vice chairman of Setco Automotive is besotted with another world — the one under water — and hopes to become a diving instructor some day


The bitter truth

In Bottle of Lies: Ranbaxy and The Dark Side of Indian Pharma, author Katherine Eban investigates the fall of Ranbaxy — a doom of its own making


“Provide opportunities for employees to participate in strategic decision-making”

Quess Corp CMD Ajit Isaac on five ways to create a culture of empowerment