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In scathing op

In scathing op

Former prime minister Manmohan Singh once again trained his guns at the Narendra Modi government's demonisation move, calling it a "mammoth tragedy". The post Manmohan Singh fires off scathing op-ed, calls demonetisation a ‘mammoth tragedy’ ... First, 1 day ago

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Demonetisation a mammoth tragedy, brace for a tough period: Manmohan Singh

Former Prime Minister and senior Congress leader Manmohan Singh in a scathing article in The Hindu newspaper has termed the current government's demonetisation drive a mammoth tragedy
 Business Standard1 day ago

Demonetization | Govt made it easier to generate unaccounted wealth with Rs 2000 note: Manmohan Singh

After his speech in the Rajya Sabha on demonetization, former Prime Minister Manmohan Singh elaborated on his comments on its effects in a column in The Hindu on Friday. Singh wrote that in the attempt to crack down on black money, the government had made it ...
 DNA1 day ago
Deccan Chronicle

Jayalalithaa was a 'charismatic' leader: Manmohan Singh

Condoling Jayalalithaa's demise, former Prime Minister Manmohan Singh today described her as a "charismatic" and "outstanding" leader who will be remembered forever by the people. "I join millions of admirers of Jayalalitha ji in mourning her sad ...
 Business Standard4 days ago Grim prognosis but without rancour  The Telegraph2 weeks ago Huge black money in UPA regime: FM  Deccan Herald2 weeks ago Jaitley responds to Singh's charge  MSN India2 weeks ago
The Telegraph

PM's ' wah, wah ' jibe riles rivals

Prime Minister Narendra Modi today cherry-picked Manmohan Singh's critique to underscore that the demonetisation decision had in itself drawn "very little criticism" and went on to cast aspersions on his opponents by saying they were in agony because they did ...
 The Telegraph2 weeks ago Cash ban defended after some criticisms  Tanzania Citizen1 week ago Indian PM says critics of demonetisation move caught unprepared  Xinhua News Agency1 week ago PM Modi asks his MPs and MLAs to submit bank transaction details  India Today1 week ago

Move Over Kejriwal Twitter Is Going Crazy Listening To Manmohan Singh Speak About Modis Demonetization Scheme

Ever since the sudden demonetization move was announced by Prime Minister Narendra Modi, almost everyone, be it politicians, noted economists or the common man (sorry it's not you, Arvind Kejriwal), is talking about this bold and revolutionary step.
 MensXP.com2 weeks ago Chinese Media Now Calls Demonetisation A 'Gamble' And A 'Bold' Move  Outlook India2 weeks ago PM Modi's 'Bold' Demonetisation Move Will Set Precedent: Chinese Media  NDTV2 weeks ago Chinese official media terms PM Narendra Modi's demonetisation move very bold  Indian Express2 weeks ago
DNA India

Demonetisation: PM Modi hits back at Manmohan Singh, says opposition agitated as they couldn't prepare

Prime Minister Narendra Modi hit back at Manmohan Singh and the opposition at a book launch in Delhi on Friday and said that that criticisng it do not have a problem with the government's preparedness but the fact that they did not have the time
 Financial Express2 weeks ago Should there be 'Bharat Bandh' or should the route of corruption be blocked: Modi hits out at Opposition  DNA India1 week ago Modi slams Opposition for bandh call, asks people to switch to e-wallet  Times of Oman1 week ago PM takes a dig at opposition: 'Should we shut corruption or shut India?'  Rediff.com1 week ago
Deccan Chronicle

Yechury backs Manmohan; says PM is 'Narendra Moun Modi'

Backing former Prime Minister Manmohan Singh's demonetisation comments in Parliament, CPI(M) general secretary Sitaram Yechury today called Prime Minister Narendra Modi as "Narendra Moun Modi" for remaining silent in Parliament over the issue. "Mr ...
 The Echo Of India1 week ago PM expected to address demonetisation in 26th Mann ki Baat  Hindustan Times1 week ago On note ban, PM is Moun Modi, says Sitaram Yechury  Deccan Chronicle1 week ago Sitaram Yechury backs Manmohan Singh; says PM is Narendra Moun Modi  Indian Express2 weeks ago

Need more investment for 7-7.5% growth: Manmohan

NEW DELHI: Former Prime Minister and architect of economic reforms Manmohan Singh today said sustaining 7-7.5 percent GDP growth will require significant increase in investments, particularly in infrastructure, and revitalising external trade. ...
 Economic Times1 week ago Growth with equity, employment, environmental sustainability need of hour: Manmohan Singh  NetIndia123.com2 weeks ago Sustaining 7-7.5% growth needs more investment: Manmohan Singh  Press Trust of India2 weeks ago Increase investments to sustain 7-7.5% GDP growth: Manmohan Singh  Livemint.com2 weeks ago

Panagariya disagrees with Manmohan Singh on demonetisation

Days after former prime minister Manmohan Singh called demonetisation an "organised loot", the Centre's think tank Niti Aayog's Vice Chairman Arvind Panagariya sought an evidence to back his contention. Singh had called the move "a case of organised loot and ...
 Deccan Herald1 week ago Demonetisation: By repeated flip-flops, PM Modi is proving Manmohan Singh right  Firstpost.com2 weeks ago
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