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Tuesday, July 05, 2011

Interesting readings

The frontiers of Nifty.

Next steps on the SEBI story: An interview with U. K. Sinha, by Puja Mehra and Rajiv Bhuva, in Business Today. Mobis Philipose in the Mint. Uproar over I-T raids on SEBI members, in Business Today. In probing SEBI board members, go by CVC rule: Abraham, by Sunny Verma, in the Financial Express. Sebi may stick to its guns in MCX-SX case by N. Sundaresha Subramanian in the Business Standard. Sebi's Abraham emerges front-runner for FMC top job by Ashish Rukhaiyar & Sanjeeb Mukherjee in the Business Standard. An editorial in the Business Standard. Sunil Jain on the problem of recruiting a UTI Chairman, in the Financial Express. SEBI looks to amend law to protect officials from investigative agencies by Reena Zachariah, in the Economic Times. SEBI seems to have not backed away in the high court on MCX-SX.

Static on the FM channel by Puja Mehra, in Business Today.

That seventies feeling by Pratap Bhanu Mehta, in the Indian Express.

Shubhashis Gangopadhyay in the Business Standard on land acquisition.

We should be learning from these Afghans!

A difficult patch in the Indian IPO market.

Saurabh Kumar in the Mint on the extent to which IPOs from certain investment bankers are more exciting for investors than others.

Demystifying Swiss banking by Priti Patnaik, in the Financial Express.

Imagine there's no central bank.

Steven Levy has a great story of how Google built Plus, in Wired magazine. And, PC World magazine on where and why Google Plus is better.

Sebastian Mallaby in Foreign Affairs on how emerging markets should play the appointment problem of the IMF MD.

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