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Development for a free India

Jayati Ghosh is a professor of economics at Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi, and she writes that the development project in India is nowhere near complete. Development is supposed to foster the creation of jobs, specifically formal employment ... The Statesman, 3 weeks ago
Visiting Indian economists on Myanmar Mizzima News, 1 month ago

Neo-liberal economic policies failed to deliver: Jayati Ghosh

Eminent development economist and academic Jayati Ghosh said the neo-liberal economic policies in the country have, despite impressive growth rate figures, failed to deliver on promises such as creation of jobs, economic diversification and ...
 The Hindu1 month ago The Economics of Political Change in Developed Countries  Before It's News1 month ago

Investing in Social Policy would lead to sustainable economic growth for Myanmar, scholars from JNU, India point out

Highlighting the need for a comprehensive social policy, Prof. Jayati Ghosh, visiting Economist from JNU, India pointed out that Investment in promoting social policies and universal social protection will yield long term dividends for an inclusive ...
 Mizzima News1 month ago Visiting Indian economists advise against big bang approach to Myanmar economic policy  Mizzima News1 month ago

National and international activists to attend Peoples Forum on BRICS

PANAJI: Narmada Bachao Andolan leader Medha Patkar, anti-nuclear activists Vaishali Patil and Dr SP Udaykumar, one of the world's leading economists Jayati Ghosh, eminent economist Prabhat Patnaik, POSCO Pratirodh Sangram Samiti spokesperson ...
 Times of India13 hours ago

India, China may escape worst of global environment: UNCTAD

NEW DELHI: Expanding domestic markets and enough forex reserves in India and China may shield them from the "worst of the adverse external environment", a UN trade report said today. India is growing faster than China as it has managed the ...
 Economic Times1 week ago

The Importance of the September 2nd General Strike

Since India embraced what trade unions call the LPG route to growth (that is liberalisation, privatisation and globalisation) in 1991, the country has seen 16 general strikes. And the 17th all India workers strike falls on 2 September. The last ...
 ZNet3 weeks ago
Common Dreams

World's Largest Strike? Tens of Millions in India Rise Up Against Right-Wing Economic Policies

Tens of millions of public sector workers in India went on strike Friday to protest Prime Minister Narendra Modi's push for privatization and other right-wing economic policies. "This strike is against the central government, this strike is for ...
 Common Dreams3 weeks ago India: Huge strike challenges Modi  Green Left Weekly3 weeks ago Millions take part in world's largest ever industrial action  Irish Times4 weeks ago

Real lessons for Myanmar from the South Korean economic model

In the following response to our story, South Korean development model not the answer for Myanmar: Indian economist, Kyungmee Kim, a South Korean researcher and PhD student specializing in covering Myanmar echoes the concerns voiced by Indian ...
 Mizzima News4 weeks ago South Korean development model not the answer for Myanmar: Indian economist  Mizzima News1 month ago
Business Insider

India's tourism minister advises female tourists not to wear skirts to avoid being raped

On Sunday, India's tourism minister raised eyebrows when, in an attempt to tackle the country's staggering problem with gender-based violence, Minister Mahesh Sharma recommended female travelers steer clear of skirts and avoidthe streets at night, ...
 Business Insider1 month ago
New Indian Express

Una Dalit movement a result of long-brewing discontent, says P Sainath

HYDERABAD: The Una Dalit movement is not a sudden outburst but a result of discontent that has been brewing for long, noted rural journalist and founder of People's Archive of Rural India (PARI) has said. Speaking at a seminar on Impact of last ...
 New Indian Express1 month ago
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