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Shourie, Yashwant in race for BRICS bank first president
IndiaTV News

Shourie, Yashwant in race for BRICS bank first president

New Delhi: Former finance minister Yashwant Sinha and ex-disinvestment minister Arun Shourie are the two possible contenders the govt is looking for the first presidential post of BRICS bank.India has the right to nominate the first president. It will be ... IndiaTV News, 2 weeks ago
Shourie, Sinha in fray to head BRICS Bank Times of India, 2 weeks ago
Outlook India

Bhagwat And Bhagwati

Recently, my old friend, Arun Shourie, was reported in the press as commenting on the new regime thus: You cannot talk development in Delhi and love jehad in Muzaffarnagar. I have heard broadly similar statements from others. While I understand and ...
 Outlook India2 months ago
Bloomberg View

Here's what a two-time Indian finance minister wants from Arun Jaitley's big budget

The fine art of Indian budget-making—with its liberal dose of populism, sops for corporates and optimistic forecasting—is an exercise that Yashwant Sinha knows well. The longtime Bharatiya Janata Party leader was India's finance minister ...
 Quartz4 weeks ago Union Budget 2015-16: What Arun Jaitley and co. aren't telling you  MSN Canada4 weeks ago What India's Budget Won't Tell You  Bloomberg View4 weeks ago What India's latest budget won't tell you  MSN News4 weeks ago
Bollywood Hungama

10 Finest performances by the most underrated Shashi Kapoor

1. Dharamputra (1961) - Hard to believe this was Shashi Kapoor's first adult role. Playing a boy confused about his religious identity, Shashi more than proved he was a chip of the old Kapoor block. 2. The Householder (1963) - Playing a newly married husband ...
 Bollywood Hungama3 days ago

Is BJP Right and Congress Left? The Left-Right binary ...

Frequently - nay, always one reads and hears about discussions about right-wing politics and left-wing ideology in India, each being pitched as the antithesis of the other. Countless hairs have been split in the quest to define the Indian Right, ...
 Firstpost.com4 days ago Is BJP Right and Cong Left? The Left-Right binary is ...  Firstpost.com5 days ago Right or Left? BJP or Congress? A useless binary in India  MSN News5 days ago

Minimum government? It starts right here!

The Modi government is committed to the same path of maximum government that all previous governments had taken, illustrated well by the strongman approach it has taken to 'fixing' loss-making PSUs like Air India, rues Debashis Basu Here is a comment from early September 2002: “Of the 240 central public sector undertakings, half were operating at a loss. Out of 1,040 state-government run PSUs, 90 per cent were in the red. Taxpayer’s money was invested in loss-making commercial ...
 Rediff.com5 days ago Learn from the fate of the Morarji Desai government  Afternoon Despatch & Courier3 weeks ago Sangh Parivar should recall the fate of Prime Minister Morarji Desai  The Sunday Guardian3 weeks ago

Young Minds Need a Proud 'Made in India' Tag

When Governor Bobby Jindal desired to be an American and not an Indo-American, he put to rest the identity crisis that hyphenated nationals suffer because of amphibious national identity. In modern geopolitics, an Indo-Chinese or an Indo-American ...
 New Indian Express1 week ago
The Freepress Journal

Rewriting history, just like Pakistan?

12:04 am Even a casual observer of the Indian scene would have noticed a diminution of the ardour of the Hindutva camp in recent weeks over spreading their ideological message. There have been no ghar wapsi campaigns to bring the bhuley-bhatkey or ...
 The Freepress Journal1 week ago Rewriting history can backfire  Kashmir Times1 week ago

Weak Manmohan

| Rohit bansal I met Pradip Baijal in 1994. It was thanks to Kingshuk Nag, my bureau chief in The Times of India. Mr Nag had transferred me because many airlines invited me for junkets! Civil aviation had opened up and I felt the chief was ...
 New Delhi Pioneer1 week ago
Bangalore Mirror

Bye line: On losing our editors

We have marked with sadness the passing of so many of our great editors, all of them in the last few months. Most recent to go was Vinod Mehta, who remains with us not in form but in spirit (12-year-old and blended). About him it could be said that ...
 Bangalore Mirror2 weeks ago
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