'...Unless we muck up our policies.' 'We have to become a modernised economy.' 'Our institutions should be stronger. And that is most important.' 'The rule of law should prevail and contracts should be enforced.' 'Above all, we have to recognise the importance of globalisation.' 'It is in our favour at this stage. We should grow and become globally competitive.' IMAGE: "All the (financial ministry and RBI) players had long experience... They knew one another personally... Worked with one ... Rediff.com, 3 weeks ago
Opposition on Monday picked holes in various government decisions like demonetisation and surgical strikes as well as allocation of funds for MNREGA, agriculture sector and Scheduled Castes, saying it has failed on all fronts despite which it is trying to "fool" the people. Participating in a debate on Motion of Thanks to the President's Address in the Lok Sabha, Leader of Congress Mallikarjun Kharge repeatedly targeted Prime Minister Narendra Modi who was present and said he should ...Rediff.com, 2 weeks ago
Posted by Equitymaster Global markets remained upbeat in the week gone by with a majority of the indices ending in the positive territory. Brazil was the biggest gainer up 3.2% for the week on the back of recovery in oil and commodity prices that will aid in ...Equitymaster.com, 1 month ago
(Image source: Facebook/laxmikantparsekarofficial) The coastal state of Goa, with its 40 assembly seats, will go to the polls on 4th February. Despite the BJP’s decisive win in the 2012 elections, it may not be as easy this time around. During the last ...Sify, 1 month ago
Posted by Equitymaster After opening the day on a positive note, the Indian share markets have continued to trade marginally higher. Most sectoral indices are trading on a positive note with stocks in the energy sector and consumer durables sector witnessing ...Equitymaster.com, 1 month ago
Many countries advised the return of high-denomination notes to the central bank for destruction, but these continued to be legal tender.This and the introduction of a Rs 2,000 note in India are the two major differences between Indian demonetisation and those of other countries, points out economist Ashok K Lahiri. Normally, current and savings accounts at commercial banks are fully and freely convertible into cash at par. Post-demonetisation, with an interruption of this convertibility, from ...Rediff.com, 2 months ago
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