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GITAM Foundation Award for Economist Rangarajan
New Indian Express

How will the Centre contain fiscal deficit?

The former chairman of the Prime Minister's Economic Advisory Council (PMEAC) C. Rangarajan has asked how the Centre would contain the fiscal deficit at 4.1 per cent of Gross Domestic Product (GDP) as the Union Budget 2014-15 does not spell out any ... The Hindu, 1 month ago
GITAM Foundation Award for Economist Rangarajan New Indian Express, 3 weeks ago

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Re-imagining poverty

Recently, an expert committee headed by C Rangarajan, who was the chairman of the prime minister's economic advisory council in the previous government, submitted a report reviewing the methodology for poverty estimation. It sought to improve on the ...
 Smart Investor1 month ago

Fiscal Deficit at 4.1 Per Cent Depends on Subsidy Control: Rangarajan

File photo of C Rangarajan New Delhi : Former chairman of thePrime Minister's Economic Advisory Council (PMEAC)C Rangarajan on Thursday said containing the fiscal deficit at 4.1 per cent of GDP during the ongoing fiscal year as proposed by ...
 NDTV Profit1 month ago
Deccan Chronicle

New poverty line: 3 out of 10 in India are poor, says Rangarajan report

New Delhi: The raging economic crisis appears to have hit the poor in India hard, as an expert group headed by former chairman of the Prime Minister's Economic Advisory Council, Dr C. Rangarajan, which submitted its report last week, revealed that ...
 Deccan Chronicle1 month ago Old poverty-line unrealistic, 3 in 10 Indians poor: Rangarajan report  Hindustan Times1 month ago 7.5% more poor under new BPL cut-off  Asian Age1 month ago Rangarajan Report Estimates the Poverty Line, still 21.9 Percent  Silicon India1 month ago

Gas price review likely to cover uniform pricing

In its review of gas pricing guidelines based on the Rangarajan formula, the government is likely to also examine the issue of a proposed uniform price. Since there are various regimes applicable to gas pricing in the country, a committee under C ...
 Business Standard India1 month ago
Financial Chronicle

Korean style recast of plan panel likely

The government is likely to set up a new economic think-tank reporting directly to the head of the government on the lines of the Korea Development Institute after dismantling the planning commission, which once had formidable economist and former ...
 Financial Chronicle2 weeks ago

Endless populism: Economic insecurity or food security?.au2f{position:absolute;clip:rect(451px,auto,auto,451px);} Published on : Friday, July 01, 2011 Can India afford the the continous saga of political populism of its leaders? The Food Security bill, wi

The draft Food Security Bill has become a big irritant between Prime Minister Manmohan Singh and the Sonia Gandhi-led National Advisory Council (NAC). While the latter is trying to expand the role and scope of government as much as possible in ...
 In Defence of Liberty2 weeks ago
New Indian Express

'High Growth Rate Needed to Solve Socio-economic Problems'

VISAKHAPATNAM: Immediate reforms are needed to pull the country out of the lean growth phase it is currently going through and put it on a higher growth trajectory, C Rangarajan, former chairman of the Economic Advisory Council to the PM has said.
 New Indian Express3 weeks ago
Nikkei Asian Review

Slow infrastructure development impeding Indian economy

TOKYO -- This past April in Mumbai, a new 6.5-km arterial road crossing the center of the metropolis from east to west opened to traffic with a showy ceremony by the Maharashtra state government. The Santa Cruz-Chembur Link Road was initially ...
 Nikkei Asian Review3 weeks ago

Fiscal prudence, difficult deficit target

In line with the red-flag raised by the pre-budget economic survey on the need for fiscal prudence in a slowing economy, finance minister Jaitley on Thursday stuck to a difficult fiscal deficit target of 4.1 per cent of GDP for this financial year ...
 Financial Chronicle1 month ago
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