Nobel laureate Banerjee speaks on economic crisis in India

Nobel laureate Abhijit Banerjee said the government’s stringent commitment to low inflation has resulted in farm distress by adversely impacting support price for agricultural produce. Striking a note of caution, he said Prime Minister Narendra Modi has more faith incorporates than him. Continue Reading

Tata Steel shakes hand with Japanese giant, signs deal to sell subsidiary

Tata Steel Europe on Monday said it has signed a deal with Japanese steel giant JFE Shoji Trade Corporation for selling its subsidiary Cogent Power Inc (CPI). Continue Reading

Wayanad is not a safe seat for Cong: CPI general secretary

The Left Front would make all efforts to defeat the Congress President Rahul Gandhi in Wayanad, and there was no question of withdrawing its candidate, CPI General Secretary S Sudhakar Reddy said today. Continue Reading

2019 general elections: For AIADMK and DMK, enemy’s friend is first enemy

The adage ‘Enemy’s enemy is a friend’ appears to be passé, at least in the Tamilnadu political arena. With Lok Sabha elections fast approaching, the two major players – AIADMK and DMK – have decided to follow a new strategy –  ‘Enemy’s friend is your first enemy’. Continue Reading

2019 general elections: Alliances still being stitched together in Tamilnadu

Today was yet another day of hectic parleys and brainstorming sessions in the political camps of Tamilnadu, in view of the Lok Sabha elections. Continue Reading