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Letters: Unhealthy growth

This refers to T N Ninan's column "Only 'above average'" (Weekend Ruminations, July 26). The latest figures of the United Nations Development Programme's Human Development Report show India in a bad light. The problem lies with our delivery system. ... Business Standard, 3 days ago
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Why India ranks low in the Human Development Index

Just over 100 of the total list of 187 countries are in the 'High' or 'Very High' human development category, rues T N Ninan Once a year, the United Nations Development Programme releases its Human Development Report. This puts out a country-wise Human Development Index, which is constructed by using a combination of years of schooling, life expectancy and income indicators. Like its predecessors, the 2014 report (released two days ago) allows one to compare India’s performance with ...
 Rediff.com5 days ago T N Ninan: Only 'above average'  Business Standard5 days ago

The Fault Lines of Poverty

New Delhi : Here is the full transcript of discussion between Dr C Rangarajan, Prof Abhijit Banerjee, TN Ninan and Harsh Mander with NDTV's Sonia Singh NDTV: Good evening and welcome to a new season of The NDTV Dialogues, a conversation of ideas on ...
 NDTV1 week ago NDTV Dialogues: The Fault Line of Poverty - Full Transcript  NDTV1 week ago Watch: The NDTV Dialogues - The Fault Lines Of Poverty  NDTV1 week ago

T N Ninan: Real uptick is months away

Nearly four months into the financial year, and two months into the Modi government, what can be said about the prospects for the economy? The tentative conclusion must be that expectations and optimism have run a little ahead of the facts - but it ...
 Business Standard1 week ago

T N Ninan: No shortage of money

The new government is full of good intentions about getting investment going. It justifiably wants to increase investment in the railways because, as the railway minister more or less said, the system is in a shambles. It also wants more roads, ...
 Smart Investor2 weeks ago

T N Ninan: Double whammy

prices. This year, it is beginning to look like a double whammy. Oil prices have climbed quickly in the wake of the Iraq crisis, and are near $115 for a barrel. This time last year, the price was fractionally under $100. Two summers ago, it was $90. It is ...
 Business Standard4 weeks ago

Modi govt's big economic mistakes

It is odd how governments don't learn from their predecessors' mistakes, says T N Ninan. It's a favourite term with editorial writers: "bite the bullet", they say, when advising the government of the day to take tough financial decisions that are bound to be unpopular with people. Most of the time, it is bad advice.  The term itself is archaic, as it harks back to pre-anaesthesia days when patients going under the surgeon's knife had to "bite the bullet" to avoid involuntarily biting off ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago
Business Standard

T N Ninan: Take a bite, don't wound

It's a favourite term with editorial writers: "bite the bullet", they say, when advising the government of the day to take tough financial decisions that are bound to be unpopular with people. Most of the time, it is bad advice. The term itself is ...
 Business Standard1 month ago

T N Ninan: A song for our times

In the style of Bob Dylan, let's ask the questions for which the answers are "blowin' in the wind". For starters, how many seats must the Congress lose before it will hold a Gandhi to the fire? And how many Congressmen must let cannonballs fly ...
 Smart Investor2 months ago
Business Standard

T N Ninan: Five things to do

Narendra Modi takes charge as prime minister on Monday. Expectations are high that he will deliver on many fronts, and there has been no shortage of free advice. Let me add my ha'penny worth. First, the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) has a majority ...
 Smart Investor2 months ago
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