Tales Of Trade: How ‘Dharma’ Anchors Business And Markets

This is a series based on The Stories of Indian Business Series: 10 Extraordinary Tales of Trade, published by Penguin Random House and edited by Gurcharan Das.

The Dharma of Business: Commercial Law in Medieval India

- By Donald R Davis, Jr.

Tales Of Trade: The Delicate Balance Between Risk And Trust

This is a series based on The Stories of Indian Business Series: 10 Extraordinary Tales of Trade, published by Penguin Random House and edited by Gurcharan Das.

The Marwaris: From Jagat Seth to the Birlas

- By Thomas A. Timberg

Tales Of Trade: 19th Century Bombay And The Draw Of The Rule Of Law

This is a series based on The Stories of Indian Business Series: 10 Extraordinary Tales of Trade, published by Penguin Random House and edited by Gurcharan Das.

Three Merchants of Bombay: Business Pioneers of the Nineteenth Century

- By Lakshmi Subramanian

Tales Of Trade: Managing Agencies, India’s First Venture Capitalists

This is a series based on The Stories of Indian Business Series: 10 Extraordinary Tales of Trade, published by Penguin Random House and edited by Gurcharan Das.

Goras and Desis: Managing Agencies and the Making of Corporate India

- By Omkar Goswami

East India Company

Gurcharan Das And Tirthankar Roy On The History Of The East India Company

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Tales Of Trade: How The Railways Transformed India, But Didn’t Make It America

This is a series based on The Stories of Indian Business Series: 10 Extraordinary Tales of Trade, published by Penguin Random House and edited by Gurcharan Das.

Indian Railways: The Weaving of a National Tapestry

- By Bibek Debroy, Sanjay Chadha, Vidya Krishnamurthi

गुस्से के युग में अपनी जीवनशैली को श्रेष्ठ न मानें

संदर्भ... देश के हर वर्ग में बढ़ता रोष व असंतोष और रोजगार बढ़ाने पर पूरा ध्या न केंद्रित करने की जरूरत

Giving while living: India’s new rich lose the stingy tag

Two events in the 1960s had a deep influence on my life. When I was 17, I got an undergraduate scholarship to Harvard. I was able to go only because an anonymous American family gave money for the scholarship — I never knew the family and would never know them. When I was abroad, I felt ashamed because newspapers called India a "basket case".

कम सरकार, अधिकतम शासन का पहला सबूत

ठंड का यह मौसम हमारे लिए अब तक असंतोष भरा ही रहा है। हम पूरे पश्चिमोत्तर को घेर लाने वाले विषैले स्मॉग, घटती आर्थिक वृद्धि, नौकरियां जाने और जटिल जीएसटी से निपटने में लगे हैं। लेकिन, आखिरकार एक अच्छी खबर आई है। बिज़नेस करने की आसानी के मामले में भारत विश्व बैंक की वैश्विक रैंकिंग में 30 स्था न ऊंचा उठा है। सारे दस मानकों पर सुधार हुआ है। कोई अन्य देश ऐसा नहीं कर सका है। इस रिपोर्ट को आईडीएफसी/नीति आयोग के 3,200 से ज्यादा कंपनियों के एंटरप्राइज सर्वे पर आधारित अध्ययन के साथ पढ़ने से इस भरोसे का ठोस आधार मिलता है कि आखिरकार जमीन पर सांस्थानिक सुधार शुरू हो गए हैं। यह मोदी के

Here’s tangible proof of minimum govt, maximum governance

In this winter of our discontent — as we try and cope with a toxic smog enveloping the northwest, declining growth, job losses and a cumbersome GST — there is finally some good news that should lift our spirits. India has risen 30 places in the World Bank’s global ranking in the Ease of Doing Business (EoDB). More significantly, it has improved on all 10 criteria — no other country has achieved this.