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Note ban most disruptive policy innovation since 1991:Subbarao

Former Reserve Bank governor D Subbarao today termed demonetisation as "creative destruction and the most disruptive policy innovation since 1991 reforms" that has helped destroy blackmoney. "On November 8, the Prime Minister (Narendra Modi) and the Reserve ... Deccan Herald, 1 month ago

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'Sasikala is still ruling the state'

'There are many people like me who were kept away from Jayalalithaa.' 'There is a coterie who did not allow her to meet people.' Bader Sayeed, a lawyer and activist in Chennai, was a schoolmate of the late Tamil Nadu chief minister J Jayalalithaa. A one-time MLA, she was also an All India Anna Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam candidate in the 2004 parliamentary election. She was also the first woman chairperson of the Tamil Nadu Wakf Board. Sayeed supported the Supreme Court's Shah Bano verdict of ...
 Rediff.com4 days ago

Palaniswami's unexpected rise to power

A few days ago, Edappadi K Palaniswami would not have anticipated his elevation as Tamil Nadu chief minister. But after her conviction in the corruption case, AIADMK general secretary VKSasikala had no option but to make him the leader of the legislature ...
 Deccan Herald1 week ago
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SC derails Sasikala, faction fight goes on

Chennai: The Supreme Court on Tuesday derailed AIADMK General Secrtary V.K. Sasikala's political career even before take-off by upholding her conviction for corruption along with two relatives and the late J. Jayalalitha. But the ugly war for power in Tamil ...
 Sify1 week ago Sasikala gets court shocker, faction fight goes on  Sify1 week ago

Milan Vaishnav: Power and Pelf

EVER SINCE THE British philosopher John Stuart Mill ruled out representative government as unsuitable for India, the country has held a peculiar fascination for political scientists. Almost exceptional in every respect—the size of its territory, its vast ...
 Open Magazine2 weeks ago
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'Prof' Raghuram Rajan loves riding his bike to work in Chicago

Having returned to academia after a controversy-ridden stint at the Reserve Bank of India (RBI), former Governor Raghuram Rajan feels "great to be back" riding his bike in Chicago and hopes to "do it as long as" he can. "Taking my bike out and riding the bike ...
 DNA2 weeks ago 'Oh my God, how did I miss this?'- Professor Rajan ecstatic about being back in academia  DNA2 weeks ago
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'The next 15 to 20 years are India's decades'

'...Unless we muck up our policies.' 'We have to become a modernised economy.' 'Our institutions should be stronger. And that is most important.' 'The rule of law should prevail and contracts should be enforced.' 'Above all, we have to recognise the importance of globalisation.' 'It is in our favour at this stage. We should grow and become globally competitive.' IMAGE: "All the (financial ministry and RBI) players had long experience... They knew one another personally... Worked with one ...
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Will Trump's 'America First' kick the world into a recession?

'Trump's anti-trade, anti-immigrant rhetoric reminds me of Chinese history,' says A V Rajawade.Illustration: Uttam Ghosh/Rediff.com Since the 2008 crisis, global trade growth, in absolute terms and also as a percentage of the global output, has been uneven and well below the trend line of the previous three decades. Global trade registered a sharp fall in 2009. But there was a revival in 2010 and 2011, and stronger growth in the following three years. Trade has registered a drop in 2015, ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago
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Income inequality, polarisation among top global risks: WEF

Key drivers of these risks can be arrested or reversed through building more inclusive societies, for which international cooperation and long-term thinking will be vital Economic inequality, societal polarisation and growing environmental dangers are the top risks facing the world over the next 10 years while India alone can see this year a staggering 93 per cent holding jobs without social security benefits, says a report. "Trends such as rising income inequality and societal polarisation ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago
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Is the US really ready to end its drug war?

In recent years an international movement to reform global narcotics policies has been growing, with activists and presidents alike declaring that the United States' "war on drugs" has failed . Now it seems the US has finally gotten the message - from Latin ...
 catchnews.com1 month ago
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