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Economic Impact of Brexit Will be Negligible for India: Lord M...

Member of the House of Lords Meghnad Desai said that economic impact of Brexit will be negligible for India. "None of the fundamentals have changed. All that has happened is that a lot of people will have to recalculate what their expectations are ..., 1 month ago

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What Economist Meghnad Desai Said About SBI's Merger With Associate Banks

New Delhi : Terming the government's decision to go ahead with merger of State Bank of India (SBI) and its associate banks as a "right idea", eminent economist Meghnad Desai has said other PSU banks should also be merged from the current 24 to 3-4 ...
 NDTV2 weeks ago SBI merger right idea, more such moves needed: Meghnad Desai  Times of India3 weeks ago SBI merger right idea, more PSU banks' consolidations needed: Meghnad Desai  DNA2 weeks ago SBI merger right idea, more...  The Echo Of India2 weeks ago

Meghnad Desai column: How emerging economies can lessen corruption

One could say for India that many citizens face petty corruption as a transaction cost just to access the facilities that they should have in any case. (Reuters) At the start of this century, Goldman Sachs was celebrating the rise of BRICS, ...
 Financial Express2 months ago

Sentance: EU Has Become U.K.'s Economic Scapegoat

London School of Economics Professor Emeritus and OMFIF Chairman Meghnad Desai and Andrew Sentence, senior economic adviser at PWC, discuss the "elite" factor in the Brexit debate and the polarizing effect of the referendum. They speak on "Bloomberg ...
 Bloomberg1 month ago Experts: Rajan's exit to hit India's reputation; successor's task difficult  The Freepress Journal1 month ago Brexit, Rajan Exit Could Increase Market Volatility  Afternoon Despatch & Courier1 month ago Rexit bad omen for Indian economy, imag... Rexit bad omen for Indian economy, image: Experts  AhmedabadMirror.com1 month ago

Has Nagpur replaced Delhi as the de-facto capital?

Devanik Saha wonders if saffronisation of India is on the rise   The capital of any country is generally defined as a place which is the administrative centre of the country and from where important decisions concerning policy matters are taken. On February 13, 1931, then-Viceroy Lord Irwin inaugurated New Delhi as the new capital of the country and ever since, it has always served as the power center until May 16, 2014. The Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh, headquartered in Nagpur, is ...
 Rediff.com2 weeks ago
Millennium Post

SBI associate bank staff mull strike tomorrow, other PSBs the day after

11 July 2016, New Delhi, PTI Banking operations may be hit for two days this week as a section of public sector bank (PSB) employees have threatened to go on a nationwide strike beginning July 12 to protest against the proposed merger of ...
 Millennium Post2 weeks ago
Times of India

Two Bengaluru based researchers bag Gandhi Award in London

BENGALURU: Two researchers from Bengaluru have been awarded with the prestigious Gandhi International Fellowship Award by Lord Meghnad Desai in the House of Lords, London, recently. Dr Ratnavalli Ellajosyula, founder, Cognitive Neurology Clinic ...
 Times of India3 weeks ago

FT hosts annual Summer Party in London 2016

Financial Times editor Lionel Barber hosted the annual FT Summer Party at the German Gymnasium in London on Thursday evening. Lionel Barber: "There's never been a greater need for a trusted partner in troubled times." The event brought together 400 ...
 InPublishing3 weeks ago
Times of India

Desis a divided house as nation decides to opt out

NEW DELHI: One prominent British Indian filmmaker felt "sick to her stomach". A Booker-winning novelist of Indian origin acerbically sneered at the outcome and a PIO lawmaker felt "very disappointed". But a well-known British Indian economist ...
 Times of India1 month ago

Mentally not fully Indian: Rajan, Subramanian; is anyone safe from Swamy's hypocrisy?

BJP MP Subramanian Swamy's extreme self-righteousness seems to drive him to suspect others of diabolic intent. Nothing else can otherwise explain his characterisation of RBI Governor Raghuram Rajan as mentally not fully Indian. This is the charge ...
 Firstpost.com1 month ago
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