Weekend Readings:June 16, 2012

Some interesting reading for the weekend:

The gangsters are back in UP (Tehelka)

Why is India Inc crying? (Open)

How the ‘Good Guy’ defence failed Rajat Gupta (NYMag)

Indo-US Relations:Less than allies, more than friends (Economist)

Homeless man turned millionaire gives the best advice I got (Forbes)

China’s abortion scandal (NewYorker)

Lance Armstrong’s last stand (Slate)


Linkfest:June 15, 2012

Some stuff I am reading today morning:

42% overall deficit as monsoon stalls again (BusinessLine)

Macquarie questions HDFC accounts (Mint)

RCom revenue discrepancy again widening (Kotak)

Spanish crisis deepens (WSJ)

Huge revision in March inflation (CapitalMind)

The EU smiled when Spain’s banks cooked the books (Bloomberg)

Indians grow weary of socialism in the skies (Bloomberg)

In Mumbai, a campaign against restroom injustice (NYTimes)


Linkfest:June 14, 2012

Some stuff I am reading today morning:

UPA 2 is doomed (FirstPost)

Moody slashes Spain’s debt rating three notches (Reuters)

What happens if India is downgraded to junk (Nytimes)

India set to ban import of used plant and machinery (ET)

Indian stock market unattractive:Goldman Sachs (FE)

Stock Ideas:Debt free Companies (Dalal-Street)

Significance of 200 Day Moving average (MarketWatch)


Linkfest:June 13, 2012

Some stuff I am reading today morning:

Poor factory output raises clamour for rate cut (BusinessLine)

Inflation seen at 2012 high in May (Moneycontrol)

Swelling bond yields add to EU pressure (WSJ)

How Mankind Pharma changed the game (ET)

The story of India’s falling reserves (Mint)

How Germans botched the Spainish bailout (Bloomberg)

Inflation lessons from Argentina (DailyReckoning)


Linkfest :June 12, 2012

Some stuff I am reading today morning:

S&P ratings warning adds to unease (Mint)

Govt double speak turns sugar sector bitter (MoneyControl)

BPCL and Videocon’s gas reserves more that KG-D6 (BS)

RBI Watch:Monthly bulletin June 2012 (RBI)

My dinner with Warren Buffett (HartfordBusiness)

If Rajat Gupta was insider trading, how bad could it be? (Dealbreaker)

The end of finance as we know it (PsyFi)