Best of BS Opinion: Virtual shareholder meetings, job losses, and more

Topics BS Opinion | Coronavirus | Lockdown

There is little in these pandemic times that we did not know. Uddalok Bhattacharya sums up

The Indian corporate sector has a scale problem. But we need to be careful that we do not move to another extreme of being an overly concentrated economic power. Akash Prakash tells you why

The decline in the employment of industrial workers is likely to be largely in smaller industrial units. This reflects the distress in medium, small, and micro industrial enterprises. Mahesh Vyas gives a detailed picture

Want to know about the Nirav Modi art sale? Read Kishore Singh

The recent Sebi order may compel large funds in the multi-cap category to merge in the absence of sufficient small-cap options. Joydeep Ghosh finds out

Virtual meetings have no doubt preserved the form of AGMs but have also provided us with a window to rethink their substance. Read Amit Tandon’s views


We respect all languages; the West Bengal government will create Hindi Academy (and) Dalit Sahitya Academy

Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee

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