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  • Gold Monetisation – Will it have a Midas Touch?
    by Hitesh Jain May 22, 2015 10:18 IST

    India’s endeavour to monetise gold seems to be a noble motive, aimed at channelizing idle household gold holdings in to financial savings. Although the scheme can provide a boost to certain sectors of the economy, there are structural impediments which question the much needed efficacy of the plan.

  • Retire or Rewire
    by Amar Ambani April 22, 2015 14:23 IST

    Planning for retirement is no longer solely about the mandatory PF and Pension calculations done in the fag-end years of employment or business. In an era where retirement itself has become fluid and relative, we need to take a more holistic view of an impending life of new realities.

  • Net Neutrality: Acharya’s awkward U-turn
    by Sudhir Raikar April 20, 2015 08:59 IST

    Here’s a short story seeking to illustrate the crux of the Net Neutrality debate that has exposed the condescending intentions of a few celebrated stakeholders of the internet. Our attempt to raise public awareness is pertinent although the analogy is far from perfect.

  • Remembering Harry
    by Sudhir Raikar March 27, 2015 11:18 IST

    Given the fact that men like him are rare – ever brimming with self-belief, ever obsessed with results and ever impervious to condemnation - both his admirers and detractors will feel his loss, what if not in equal measure. IIFL pays tribute to Lee Kuan Yew, the architect of Singapore’s phenomenal transformation into Asia’s premier financial superpower.

  • The AB who delivers like none other
    by Sudhir Raikar March 18, 2015 16:16 IST

    Hail him as the Next Bradman or call him the New Richards, his pristine talent is never devoid of his priceless temperament. One of the best students of his sport, AB de Villiers imparts many an invaluable life lesson for our benefit – whatever our passion, whatever our profession.

  • We don’t need no Education!
    by Hitesh Jain March 17, 2015 11:03 IST

    The cardinal rule of learning is that nothing can be taught. There is no structured way; nature itself is the source of learning.

  • Mozilla Firefox: Time to Open Up
    by Sudhir Raikar March 16, 2015 11:00 IST

    That Mozilla is wedded to the larger cause of internet freedom is an indisputable fact but going by past controversies and recent developments, the open-source campaigner has left much to be desired in clearing the air on the perceived dilution of its community interests in complying with elusive market diktats. Open source is indeed a community need but it can’t condone the need to open up with the community.

  • Crude realities! Learning to live with low oil prices
    by Hitesh Jain March 12, 2015 15:19 IST

    Prices can drift lower towards the crucial support level of US$43/bbl. Breach of the same can also propel the prices towards the abysmal low of US$33/bbl.

  • RBI’s plight
    by Hitesh Jain March 11, 2015 16:29 IST

    The current economic landscape poses various crosscurrents, implying that the central bank will remain irresolute regarding the interest rate trajectory.

  • Austrian school: Coffeehouse of cherished consequence
    by Sudhir Raikar March 09, 2015 10:20 IST

    The individualism of the Austrian economic thought – call it methodological or plain logical - deserves acknowledgment ahead of analysis. Far from blind worship or brutal dismissal, we also need to collectively enhance the import of this non-conformist philosophy whose presence is more important than its predictions.

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