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Business Standard Private Limited 

Introduction: is the online property of Business Standard Private Limited, publisher of India's leading business daily, Business Standard. The website attracts over 10 million unique visitors every month, the highest such number for any standalone business newspaper website in India.

The daily newspaper Business Standard (also available as an e-paper) is the preferred choice of serious business readers. It is published from 12 centers - New Delhi, Mumbai, Kolkata, Bengaluru, Chennai, Ahmedabad, Hyderabad, Chandigarh, Lucknow, Pune, Kochi and Bhubaneswar. It is also printed from Bhopal.

The Hindi Business Standard is published from eight centres across northern India - New Delhi, Mumbai, Kolkata, Patna, Lucknow, Bhopal, Chandigarh and Raipur. Its content can be accessed at

Business Standard stands for reporting that stresses accuracy and credibility, commentary that is informed, independent and fair, and journalism that is rooted in ethical conduct and defined by a sacrosanct bond with the reader. All Business Standard journalists sign on to a code of conduct that is available on this website.


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From: Buisness-standard By Vanita Kohli-Khandekar Recommended by: business-standard Can the Ministry of Information and Broadcasting focus on the essentials when it comes to regulating the Indian film industry? The Central Board of Film Certification (CBFC) is in hyper-conservative mode these days. It is trying to edit every "
From: Buisness-standard By A K Bhattacharya Recommended by: business-standard The significance of an exports decline for the 14th consecutive month does not seem to have fully dawned on everyone in the government. The tendency so far has been to blame it all on the world trade environment. Globally, exports are slowing and
From: Buisness-standard By Claude Smadja Recommended by: business-standard What is going on? Stock and financial markets have been in turmoil since the beginning of the year, with wild gyrations that have no solid economic rationale except nervousness and fear about some possible threats hanging over the global economy. These
From: Buisness-standard By A V Rajwade Recommended by: business-standard Late last month, the Bank of Japan resorted to negative interest rates in a bid to push up inflation and growth. An unstated objective might well have been to depreciate the yen. If so, the move failed. After the introduction of negative interest rates, the
From: Buisness-standard By Kanika Datta Recommended by: business-standard Subsidies in general and the fertiliser subsidy in particular have been points of contention since 1991. Fertiliser accounts for a little less than a third of the government's expenditure on subsidy and has been the second-highest of the three major
From: Buisness-standard By Rahul Jacob Recommended by: business-standard There may never be a letter to shareholders quite like it. When Martin Taylor, the highly successful hedge fund manager at Nevsky Capital, announced he was shutting down the hedge fund at the beginning of this year, he showed both an uncanny ability to