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Rock show in New York over, it's time to roll action in India

By: Swaminathan S Anklesaria Aiyar Narendra Modi's address to overseas Indians was more a rockstar concert than a prime minister's lecture. He had delirious fans cheering, clapping, and chanting "Modi, Modi, Modi!" He plucked their heartstrings, ... Economic Times, 1 day ago
Kick-Starting the U.S.-Indian Strategic Partnership News India Times, 5 days ago

Honour Norman Borlaug on his centenary by approving GM crops

Source Economic Times (India) Opinion by Swaminathan S Anklesaria Aiyar Date 6 Aug 2014 Website Patrick Moore, co-founder of Greenpeace but now a strong critic of that organisation, is livid about the hypocrisy and ...
 Truth About Trade1 month ago

SA Aiyar: One small step a day can bring growth | Debroy: PM's so-so '100 days'

nklesaria Aiyar , ET Bureau | 28 Aug, 2014, 06.51AM IST Post a Comment Modi has proposed incremental changes but no radical reforms in labour laws, land acquisition, antiinflation strategy, fiscal strategy, subsidies or privatisation. Many expected Prime ...
 Economic Times1 month ago PM Narendra Modi's 100 days: Even one small step a day can bring growth into play  Economic Times1 month ago

Jaitley's budget is like Chidambaram's with a saffron lipstick: Swaminathan Aiyar

It's not a radical Modi budget but a Chidambaram budget with saffron lipstick added. Many of Arun Jaitley's budget figures and policies resemble those in Chidambaram's interim budget.Many thought Jaitley's maiden budget would produce a major vision for five years, major reforms and some bitter medicine.Sorry, there was no great fiscal vision, only minor reform, and sugar-coated pills rather than bitter ones. Instead of being long on vision, the budget speech was long in duration (almost two and ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago

A journo's quest for fame that boomeranged

By M.V. Kamath WHEN journalists differ among themselves on a particular issue, there seems to be hell to pay. Take the case of Ved Pratap Vaidik. He may not be working for any newspaper right now, but he was an established journalist is the past ...
 Afternoon Despatch & Courier1 month ago
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