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T N Ninan: MP's 'miracle' agriculture

Madhya Pradesh has delivered cumulative growth of 92% in the 2010-15 period Business Standard, 12 hours ago

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The story behind India's stagnant exports

The key reason for the country's stagnating exports is its failure to build a strong manufacturing base, says T N Ninan. Illustration: Dominic Xavier/Rediff.com. The trade numbers for 2016-17 will be released this week or so. They will show total merchandise exports at about $270 billion. This is against a backdrop of exports topping $305 billion in 2011-12, and staying above the 300-mark for the next three years before dropping off sharply in 2015-16. The fall is explained in part by the drop ...
 Rediff.com1 week ago T N Ninan: India's trade kink  Business Standard3 weeks ago
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The good, bad and ugly of India's HDR rankings

While India's human development index has improved, absolute performance levels aren't satisfactory, says T N Ninan. The Human Development Report (HDR) that was published recently by the United Nations Development Programme gave India high marks and low. It is important that the country take note of both.  The good news is that India has performed much better than average when it comes to the rate of improvement on its Human Development Index -- which is a composite of life ...
 Rediff.com2 weeks ago T N Ninan: Good and bad, even ugly  Business Standard4 weeks ago
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Economy at the cusp, but cloud on the horizon

While good news from several quarters has been trickling in, El Nino might be a dampener, says T N Ninan. Illustration: Uttam Ghosh/Rediff.com. As one financial year closes and another is about to start, the all-important question is whether the tide is turning for the economy, especially after the shock and disruption of demonetisation are over and done with. Certainly, almost all businesses other than real estate and construction now say that the sales decline or stagnation of the last few ...
 Rediff.com3 weeks ago T N Ninan: Economy at the cusp  Business Standard1 month ago
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The real story of recent years has been mid-cap stocks

It goes without saying that the best performers are in the private sector, says TN Ninan. Illustration: Dominic Xavier/Rediff.com With stock market indices at or near their all-time highs, it is instructive to take a look at how shares have done as an investment since the peak of January 2008 -- when the markets were riding a wave of optimism just before the great financial crisis that swept everything before it in the succeeding months. The Sensex has moved up by about 40 per cent over these ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago T N Ninan: Finding winners in the market  Business Standard1 month ago
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Do Mumbaikars have much to celebrate?

The city needs some autonomy, or it will continue to decline in all the ways that are familiar, observes T N Ninan. So much of what is news, and the commentary around the news, leaves unasked the key question: what has really changed? That is the question that must be asked at the end of local elections in Mumbai that have shaken the city's main political force, the Shiv Sena, and notched up yet another success for the party that is on the rise, the Bharatiya Janata Party, even as the Congress ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago T N Ninan: Will BJP change Mumbai?  Business Standard2 months ago
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Modi Sarkar's next big battle: Labour reforms

With the Congress already opposed to the proposed law, regional parties might become the swing factor, says T N Ninan. IMAGE: Bank workers stage a torch rally in Bhopal in support of the nation-wide strike September 2, 2015, to protest against the proposed labour reforms by the central and state governments. Photograph: PTI Photo. After running the gauntlet on demonetisation, the government may be about to start on another major -- no less contentious -- gambit: to change the country’s ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago T N Ninan: Next battle - Labour reform  Business Standard2 months ago

T N Ninan: The prospects for 2019

Will Modi and BJP repeat their 2014 performance to win absolute majority in 2019 Lok Sabha polls?
 Business Standard1 month ago

Time to ensure note ban's benefits

While people have paid the price for the disruption it caused, now is the time to reap its benefits, says T N Ninan. Illustration: Dominic Xavier/Rediff.com. Has the time come for critics of demonetisation to qualify their criticism of the decision, and limit it mostly to its operational mishandling? Such a stance is prompted by the numbers in the finance minister’s Budget speech, which suggest that an astonishing 40 per cent of the high-value notes deposited with banks may have ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago T N Ninan: Revisiting Notebandi  Business Standard2 months ago

T N Ninan: 'The opposite is also true'

Beware of simplistic conclusions about the Indian economy, because the data are often contradictory
 Business Standard1 month ago
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