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NITI Aayog being decked up to welcome top functionaries
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NITI Aayog being decked up to welcome top functionaries

The room of Panagariya, which was earlier occupied by his predecessor Montek Singh Ahluwalia is being refurbished for the new occupant. The staff has even put the name plate of Panagariya on the door, though he is expected to take charge only in a couple of ... Economic Times, 3 weeks ago
Montek: Niti Aayog welcome change Times of India, 3 weeks ago
Niti Aayog decked up to welcome top functionaries Press Trust of India, 3 weeks ago
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Outlook India

The Raga Of Walking Away From A Fight

I went to meet a senior bureaucrat who is considered close to Prime Minister Manmohan Singh. Another bureaucrat was also present. One of them said, Fear is creeping in; this man [Modi] is coming and we could not even put a new Lokpal in place; that ...
 Outlook India1 month ago

Montek all praise for Modis labour reforms

Speaking on the sidelines of 51st annual conference of The Indian Econometric Society (TIES) at Punjabi University on Friday, former deputy chairman of the Planning Commission Montek Singh Ahluwalia said the decision of the present government, ...
 Hindustan Times1 month ago
Nassau Institute

Inequality and envy

30 January 2015 Deepak Lal Ph.,D. No free society can eliminate inequality In September, my wife and I toured Indo-China. After seeing the glories of the partially restored Hindu temples of Angkor Wat, we cruised down past the lush fields ...
 Nassau Institute1 day ago

Editorial: Power shock

On the face of things, finances are improving in the power sector. The Power Finance Corporation's (PFC) latest report shows a definite slowing in the trajectory of losses of all power utilities. From R75,000 crore in FY11, losses rose a third to ...
 Financial Express1 day ago
Indian Express

The same quarter

Chief economic advisor, Arvind Subramanian, highlighted the need to raise investment, beginning with public investment. At long last, at least some in the finance ministry have recognised the importance of getting investment going to revive the ...
 Indian Express5 days ago

Member demands administrator for DPS Society

The functioning of the Delhi Public School Society, which has been caught in a series of controversies, is likely to be probed by the Registrar of Societies, Delhi government. A detailed complaint against the alleged irregularities in the society ...
 The Sunday Guardian1 week ago

Adman Piyush Pandey encourages India's top spies to write poetry

NEW DELHI: India's top secret agents had a "commercial break" from their routine on Friday with advertising guru Piyush Pandey taking them to the world of marketing and suggesting that they should write "sher-o-shairi" in their office memorandum. ...
 Economic Times1 week ago
Rediff.com

Can Niti Aayog transform India?

'A lot will depend on the first Aayog and the power it derives.' Rashme Sehgal on what we can expect from the Planning Commission's replacement. One of the main edifices of the Nehruvian era, the 60-year old Planning Commission, has been disbanded to be replaced by the National Institute for Transforming India, NITI Aayog. Till six months ago, the all powerful Planning Commission housed in the five-storied Yojana Bhavan was a place of pilgrimage for chief ministers and state secretaries who ...
 Rediff.com1 week ago The NITI Aayog mirage  Financial Express2 weeks ago Panagariya joins as 1st vicechairman of Niti Aayog  Hindustan Times2 weeks ago NITI Aayog: Arvind Panagariya to take charge as Vice-Chairman on Monday  Indian Express3 weeks ago
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Rediff.com

Of PMs and their pet economists

Economists who get too close to prime ministers eventually come to grief after their boss is defeated, say T C A Srinivasa-Raghavan If you look at the list below, not one of the economists who became a prime ministerial pet has come out with his reputation unscathed. It is an inherent risk. P C Mahalanobis is derided for his famous model. Sukhamoy Chakravarty has been largely forgotten by everyone. Manmohan Singh is no longer regarded as an economist - even by himself. And Amartya Sen, because ...
 Rediff.com2 weeks ago T C A Srinivasa-Raghavan: Of PMs and their pet economists  Smart Investor2 weeks ago
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