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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, 2 months ago

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UN report: PM Modi's housing scheme short-term, law for ‘right to housing’ needed

Successive governments have recognised the housing crisis in India but have done very little to address it, a United Nations study has concluded. The report strongly recommends the enactment of a national legislation “with explicit recognition of the ...
 catchnews.com3 weeks ago

Mandela's eldest grandchild ditches his ANC party

Nelson Mandela's eldest grandchild has publicly ditched the ruling African National Congress party over its damaging and seemingly endless scandals. Nelson Mandela led the ANC from 1991 to 1997, carrying the party to a historic election victory at the end of ...
 Business Standard5 days ago
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India's fiscal deficits: A short history

India’s fiscal deficit trends are a bit like an alcoholic trying, unsuccessfully, to reform. Virtue does not last for too long, says Shankar Acharya. Thirty years ago very few people in India had heard of “fiscal deficits”. The phrase made its debut appearance in an official government document in the 1989/90 Economic Survey of the Ministry of Finance, where it was defined as the excess of government expenditure and net lending over current revenues. It can also be thought of ...
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Will a disillusioned France turn to far-Right Le Pen in a post Brexit-Trump world?

Right now, the imminent presidential election in France is one of the most discussed issues in Europe and outside. The reason is obvious. Every national election in a post-Brexit Europe is being interpreted as a referendum on the European Union (EU). With a ...
 catchnews.com3 weeks ago
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'India will be world's fastest economy for the next decade'

'India is already a great success story and will continue to grow rapidly for the next decade and beyond.''I hope this interview will help your readers appreciate how much India has already accomplished as well as the opportunities that lie ahead.' IMAGE: 'India will have to be much more successful in employment creation in order to exploit its demographic dividend. The most important issue in the short run is employment creation,' says Harvard economist Dale Jorgenson. Photograph: Jitendra ...
 Rediff.com3 weeks ago 'The next 15 to 20 years are India's decades'  Rediff.com1 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.com1 month 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 month 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 month ago Sasikala gets court shocker, faction fight goes on  Sify1 month 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 Magazine1 month ago
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