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It Need Not Be Japan Or China For India  Analysis
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It need not be Japan or China for India

For two countries that so distrust each other, they sure do a lot ofbusiness together Mohan Guruswamy Delhi The Prime Minister is now in Japan, having what is evidently a good visit. His Japanese counterpart, Shinzo Abe, has left no stone ... HardNews Magazine, 1 week ago
Why it need not be Japan or China for India Rediff.com, 2 weeks ago
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Should Tata be ranked India's best brand?

Famous and long believed to be trusted, Indian brands have since wilted against foreign brands, says Mohan Guruswamy. Ever wonder why Indian companies cannot make it in the more demanding markets abroad with their products and services? Take Tatas, for instance. This is the biggest and best known of Indian companies with a brand recall that transcends borders. It is easily the most recalled, trusted and valued brand in India. In fact, Tata Sons, the owner of the brand -- Tata -- values ...
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BRICS Bank: A Long Overdue Development Analysis

By By Mohan Guruswamy The recently held BRICS Summit in Brazil has announced the setting up of a BRICS development bank, on the lines of existing multilateral institutions like the World Bank and the Asian Development Bank, to be ...
 Eurasia Review1 month ago BRICS bank: A giant step towards reforming the world system  Rediff.com1 month ago

Lad Star wins main event

Lad Star, trained by Warren Singh and ridden by Bhawani Singh, galloped to victory in the 1,400-metre K N Guruswamy Memorial Trophy, the feature event of the races held here on Saturday. 1. The Pune Plate 1600M: Summer Dawn (Mrs Sangeetha) S Narredu 1; Abba ...
 Deccan Herald2 months ago
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How PM Modi keeps babus on tight leash

New Delhi bureaucrats, accustomed to leisurely lunches, golf in the afternoon and long weekends, have been shaken out of their somnolence, say authors. Fear and suspicion hang heavy over the red-sands.Sanjeeb Mukherjee, Archis Mohan, Vrishti Beniwal & Veenu Sandhu reportFrequent visitors to Delhi Gymkhana Club, one of the oldest and most coveted clubs of India, cannot stop smiling these days. Once teeming with bureaucrats during, before and after lunch hour, the club is quiet in the ...
 Rediff.com6 days ago Bureaucrats under Narendra Modi are caged in a steel frame  Business Standard India1 week ago Bureaucrats under Modi: Caged in a steel frame!  Sify1 week ago

Ironing Out Iron Ore Royalty Issues

For decades the royalty on iron ore was a meager Rs 27 per ton. After the troubles in the Adivasi homelands intensified, the Government of India woke up to the realisation that the exploitation cannot go on as before and in 2009 it increased the ...
 Businessworld India1 week ago

'Feel good' effect there, but …

By | IANS India Private Limited/Yahoo India News New Delhi, Sep 4 (IANS) While the Narendra Modi-led government has given people a good feeling in general about the state of the nation, the government needs to show more concrete action, appoint a ...
 Yahoo! India1 week ago 'Feel good' effect there, but time for action now: Experts  ProKerala.com1 week ago Feel good effect there but time for action now Experts  Bombay News.Net1 week ago
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Why India may never become a world power

The power of a nation is directly related to the revenues it realises from its citizens. But India loses a gargantuan Rs 5.8 lakh crore, as the I-T department drags its feet over recovering uncollected taxes in time or holding up files in appeal cases, says Mohan Guruswamy. Stripped of all the verbiage the main function of a government is to collect taxes. To do so effectively and successfully it must preserve order and stability; and ensure conditions to keep the economy growing. The more it ...
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Rise of Naxalism: Blame India's skewed mining policy

It is the low cost of iron ore extracted from their adivasi homeland mines that enables steelmakers like Tata Steel and Essar, and miners like NMDC, not only to be among the most profitable companies in India, but also gives it the financial muscle to make huge overseas acquisitions. Ultimately, it is the poor adivasi who pays for it with his home and hearth and gets no credit for it! Either from the State, which connives in their exploitation, or the industry that lords ...
 Rediff.com3 weeks ago
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Why the BJP is finding it hard to resist …

By | Grist Media (A view of the site meant for Tata's Nano plant in Singur in 2008, on land acquired by the Bengal govt. Photo by Sandip Das_Fotocorp) In 2012 the BJP's Sumitra Mahajan, as chair of the Standing Committee on Rural Development, ...
 Yahoo! India3 weeks ago
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