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About 33 results for "BJP on Amartya Sen"

Demonetization: Amartya Sen and his friends stand 'humiliated' and 'exposed', says Jagdish Bhagwati
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Demonetization: Amartya Sen and his friends stand 'humiliated'...

Globally acclaimed economist Jagdish Bhagwati today said demonetization will promote growth while Amartya Sen and other experts who denounced it stand "humiliated and exposed". "On the effects of demonetization on growth, I should say that I was the one ... DNA, 1 week ago

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West Bengal BJP's diatribe against Amartya Sen exposes its poor intellect, anti

The Bengaliness of the BJP in Bengal in incidental, whereas, it's BJP-ness is fundamental. And this seriously limits its appeal in West Bengal, where it is widely conceived to be a Hindi-belt party controlled by outsiders. The post West Bengal BJP’s ...
 First Post.com1 month ago Guv refuses to comment on Amartya Sen controversy  Business Standard1 month ago Stick to whatever I said: Bengal BJP chief defends diatribe against Amartya Sen  DNA1 month ago Ghosh sticks to comments against Amartya Sen  Business Standard1 month ago
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'What has Amartya Sen given to the nation?' questions Bengal BJP chief

West Bengal BJP president Dilip Ghosh o attacked Amartya Sen and questioned about his contribution to the nation. "A fellow Bengali among us has won the Nobel Prize and we are proud... But, what has he done for the state? What has he given to the nation? No ...
 DNA1 month ago WB BJP prez questions Amartya Sen's contribution to nation  DNA1 month ago
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Hard work better than Harvard: Why it was wrong of PM Modi to attack Amartya Sen

In its current avatar, the BJP is seen as a party which is obstinately anti-intellectual. The comparison is fuelled by the notion that most intellectuals in India are left-leaning, ergo ideologically opposed to the BJP and Prime Minister Narendra Modi. At ...
 DNA4 weeks ago PM Modi mocks Amartya Sen, says hard work important than Harvard  catchnews.com4 weeks ago PM takes dig at Amartya Sen, says 'hard work important than Harvard thinking'  Business Standard4 weeks ago 'Hard work more powerful than Harvard': Modi mocks economists over GDP data  Rediff.com4 weeks ago

Had no intention to personally attack Amartya Sen: BJP Bengal chief

Virtually justifying his vitriolic outburst against Nobel Laureate economist Amartya Sen, BJP West Bengal unit President Dilip Ghosh on Friday maintained he said what he felt was right and the attack was not personal.Ghosh said he targeted the state's ...
 Prokerala1 month ago I stick to whatever I have said, no regrets: BJP Bengal chief  Prokerala1 month ago BJP Bengal chief flayed after attack on Amartya Sen  Prokerala1 month ago

He said whatever he has felt right: Amartya Sen on Dilip Ghosh's attack

Nobel Laureate Amartya Sen on Sunday said he saw "no reason" to object to the vitriolic personal attack made on him by West Bengal BJP president Dilip Ghosh, noting the politician has a right to say whatever he feels right."I have nothing to say. Whatever he ...
 Prokerala1 month ago
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SP-Congress alliance will give BJP a run for its money in Uttar Pradesh

Any satisfaction which the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) felt over the internal strife in the Samajwadi Party (SP) must have been diluted to a considerable extent by the truce, albeit an uneasy one, among the family members of its main political rival in UP.
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This Bengal school was ransacked. Reason: Minority students wanted to keep their skull caps on

West Bengal has seen a spate of communal incidents over more than a year now, and the situation seems to be only getting worse. Last week a school in East Midnapore district's Nandigram had to bear the brunt. On 16 March, a few students, as well as outsiders, ...
 catchnews.com13 hours ago
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'India can never be Congress-mukt'

'...because the party is based on the Constitution.' Senior Congress leader and former Union minister Kapil Sibal questions the government's gross domestic product data of 7.1 per cent. He tells Amit Agnihotri that Prime Minister Narendra Modi came out with the figures to gain in the Uttar Pradesh assembly polls (This interview was conducted before the assembly election results). The government has come out with data showing GDP growth this financial year would be 7.1 per cent in contradiction ...
 Rediff.com2 weeks ago
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Demonetisation: Hard work won over Harvard, says Modi

Maharajganj: In the wake of encouraging GDP growth figures released a day earlier, Prime Minister Narendra Modi said on Wednesday that "hard work has won over Harvard-educated economists" who had predicted otherwise. The Prime Minister said the Bharatiya ...
 Sify4 weeks ago Demonetisation: 'Hard work' won over 'Harvard', says PM  Sify4 weeks ago
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