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10 Former Finance Ministers that Set the Road Map of Indian Economy
New Indian Express

Former Indian finance minister calls for rate cut

Singapore INDIA'S former Finance Minister Palaniappan Chidambaram has joined his successor in advocating lower interest rates, while stopping short of endorsing the current administration's budget. "I would like interest rates to drift down," ... Business Times Singapore, 1 week ago

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Outlook India

The Shifting Stances Of Mr. Chidambaram

Last week, former finance and home minister and senior Congress leader Palaniappan Chidambaram was under attack from one of his own senior colleagues in the Congress party. Former law minister Hans Raj Bharadwaj squarely attacked him for being ...
 Outlook India2 weeks ago

Clean up the mess

The ‘zero loss’ theory articulated by Palaniappan Chidambaram and Kapil Sibal’s ‘zero sum game’ have both been shown up by the bumper success of the auction of coal mines and telecom spectrum held in the last few weeks. The comptroller and ...
 The Financial Chronicle1 month ago

Coming, Amma Women's College in Chidambaram

CHENNAI: The office-bearers of the Pachaiyappa's Trust Board at its Commemoration Day on Saturday here announced that it would set up Amma College of Arts and Science for Women in Chidambaram-Cuddalore area on a piece of estate it owned. The ...
 New Indian Express3 weeks ago

Leave No Farmer Behind

Liberalizing the Global Economies While the US sports our "leave no children behind", which ultimately could impact US competitiveness, by making sure we educate our youth to a "higher standard", Asia problems are more systemic. The economic ...
 TechnologyEvaluation1 day ago

Sonia Gandhi was godmother of 66A

ho was responsible for the abomination referred to as Section 66A of a revised Information Technology Act which itself has features which belong less to a democracy than to an authoritarian state? It took Justices Chelameshvar and Nariman of the ...
 The Sunday Guardian2 weeks ago

Avalanche kills four soldiers in Indian Kashmir

Parrikar witnesses undocking of first Scorpene submarine in Mumbai New Delhi News.Net - Monday 6th April, 2015 Defence Minister Manohar Parrikar on Monday witnessed the float out of the first of six Scorpene submarines (Project 75) from Mazagon ...
 New Delhi News.Net2 weeks ago AI flights Navy rescue 700 more from Yemen  New Delhi News.Net2 weeks ago Karnataka CM Siddaramaiah slams Centre for cut in funds  New Delhi News.Net2 weeks ago I dont endorse RSS ideology Azim Premji  New Delhi News.Net2 weeks ago

Too much optimism on inflation targeting is misplaced

Is the recent agreement between the Government of India and the Reserve Bank of India to make inflation targeting the central bank's prime focus the way to go? will publish a series of articles exploring the policy's pros and cons. Part I: Why inflation targeting alone will not help IndiaPart II: Inflation targeting will stabilise the economyPart III: Inflation targeting can be a game changer Are we adopting an idea whose time has come and gone? My feeling is, yes, ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago India Can Be Miracle of the 2020s, Says Ex-Central Bank Chief  Bloomberg1 month ago Rajan's Wins at India's Central Bank Hint at Broader Ambitions  Bloomberg1 month ago

Arrests over Internet comments ruled unconstitutional in India

NEW DELHI, March 24 (UPI) -- India's controversial Information Technology Act Section 66A that allowed police to arrest people for comments posted on the Internet has been ruled unconstitutional. India's Supreme Court said the law violated people's ...
 UPI1 month ago
Al Jazeera

India offers Kashmir talks

Kashmir has been rocked by deadly civil unrest since early June, with more than 100 people killed in the clashes [EPA] India has offered to hold talkswith Kashmiris and review its heavy security presence in the Himalayan region in an attempt to ...
 Al Jazeera1 month ago
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