By Swaminathan S Anklesaria Aiyar Many people wonder what Niti Aayog, the successor to the Planning Commission, will do. It will serve as a think tank, making policy proposals. But history shows that policy proposals not backed by cash are ... Economic Times, 2 weeks ago
By Swaminathan S Anklesaria Aiyar Most analysts have wailed and moaned about India's weak economic performance in the last three years. But suddenly, data revisions by the Central Statistical Organisation suggest that the economy has done pretty ...Economic Times, 1 month ago Opinion: The new GDP data shouldn't cause euphoria Economic Times, 1 month ago
By Swaminathan S Anklesaria Aiyar Green activists have long gained fame and fortune by campaigning against genetically modified foods, which they denounce as "monster foods" that can ruin traditional agriculture and decimate the human race. They ...Economic Times, 5 days ago Stopping field trials GM crops is a pseudo-scientific form of religious frenzy Economic Times, 5 days ago
on the communal lines is threatening the unity of India's Jammu and Kashmir state again, similar to what we saw in 2008 when the Amarnath land row hit the fragile relations between two regions of Kashmir and Jammu. The issue is limited to the ...The Friday Times, 2 months ago
Prime Minister Narendra Modi -led NDA government seems determined to push ahead with policy changes through emergency ordinances and won't let the lack of numbers in the Rajya Sabha stand in its way. Having failed to get the approval of the Upper ...Firstpost.com, 2 months ago
It is said that every general is preparing to fight the last war. The same could apply to some macroeconomists and economic writers as well. At a time when growth is flagging and private investment is hard to come by, it is obvious that public ...Moneycontrol.com, 2 months ago 2015 is not 2012: The fiscal deficit shouldn't be FM's main worry now Firstpost.com, 2 months ago
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