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'How to defeat institutional drag & retain high growth'
Economic Times

'How to defeat institutional drag & retain high growth'

By Swaminathan S Anklesaria Aiyar India's economic slowdown three years ago has been followed by China's. The reasons may look totally different, yet, some models predict slowing growth for both countries. An NBER study by Lant Pritchett and ... Economic Times, 1 month ago
Economic Times

Are achhe din over for markets? Only time will tell

By Swaminathan S Anklesaria Aiyar Is the market crash just the beginning of a global recession? Maybe. Is the market crash just a temporary blip, providing a great buying opportunity, as during the taper tantrum of August 2013? Maybe. Both ...
 Economic Times1 month ago

Friend, sister, supporter... and wonderful human being

Shahnaz Anklesaria Aiyar was a formidable journalist. More importantly, she was an incredible human being, says Sanjoy Hazarika. Shahnaz Anklesaria Aiyar, who passed away in Washington, DC on July 4, was a close friend and a wonderful person who touched everyone she met with her joyfulness and kindness. She was one of those rare people in the world -- a good human being. Image: Shahnaz (looking into the camera) and Swaminthan Anklesaria Aiyar in Tinsukia, Assam. Her mother, Mrs A as many of us ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago
Bangladesh Daily Star

Has Modi lost the plot?

Narendra Modi swept to power with an overwhelming majority last year. Photo: Reuters BBC Online Has India's Prime Minister Narendra Modi lost the plot? This week, his BJP government backed down on its controversial land acquisition bill, which ...
 Bangladesh Daily Star1 month ago Has Narendra Modi lost the plot?  BBC1 month ago

To be a right-wing intellectual in India

John Locke, the father of classical liberalism. Photo: Wikimedia Commons My friend Sagarika Ghose has written an interesting piece in The Times Of India wondering why India's right wing has failed to create intellectuals of global stature. She ...
 Livemint.com2 months ago

'Shahnaz believed what she wrote could make a difference'

'What I remember best is the vigour with which she threw herself into the job, the passion she had for issues, particularly those that affected the poor.' Kalpana Sharma remembers her friend, the well-known journalist Shahnaz Anklesaria Aiyar, who passed away last week. Shahnaz Anklesaria Aiyar (left), who passed away on July 4, was my colleague at Himmat Weekly in Mumbai from 1977 until it closed in 1981. She left a well-paid job to work with our motley crew, bringing out a weekly news ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago
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