In novels, only the rich can afford the luxury of complete leisure, and no toil. They have lives of plenty, which end up pyrrhic, as rampant consumerism hints at moral bankruptcy
From an unimaginable number, it has become all too ordinary. But if it no long captures the Indian imagination, what takes its place?
Riding on public sentiment, political board games turn moneyspinners
The pros and cons of fast money
The recurring fallout of demonetisation
Privatisation is not the answer
Play notes at play
Mihir A Desai reclaims the idea of finance through stories
Makarand R Paranjape
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