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Letters: When land costs

Apropos Nitin Desai's article "The wrong land war" (May 21), it cannot be denied that the main hurdle in infrastructure development is land acquisition Business Standard, 1 day ago
Letters: The keyword is 'utilise' Business Standard, 1 day ago
Letters: Land in trouble Business Standard, 4 days ago

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Nitin Desai: The wrong land war

The government's proposals for amending the UPA's 2013 Land Acquisition Act have run into a storm of protests. Presumably the government is pursuing this because it believes that its proposed amendments are essential for reviving investments in ...
 Business Standard India5 days ago All about the government's wrong land war  Rediff.com4 days ago
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India wants to grow fast? A lesson or two it can learn from China

As China slows and India revs up, what can New Delhi learn from Beijing's errors in its high-growth phase?, asks Nitin Desai.   Image: China is now slowing down and expects growth of six to seven per cent rather than the nine to ten per cent of the past decades, say economists.  Photograph: David Gray/Reuters Prime Minister Narendra Modi's visit to China next month is the most important state visit he will make given the centrality of China to our strategic, economic and ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago Nitin Desai: Chinese lessons  Business Standard India1 month ago
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Letters: Tough road ahead

Nitin Desai's article "Reviving animal spirits" and Rahul Jacob's column "Make (believe) in India" (Caveat India, March 19) show how hard it will be for India to become a manufacturing-led economy and exporter. One misses a mention of the real distress that ...
 Business Standard2 months ago Nitin Desai: Reviving animal spirits  Business Standard India2 months ago Ease of doing biz only on paper, govt must remove bottlenecks  Rediff.com2 months ago
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An optimistic Survey: Nitin Desai

The tone and tenor of the Economic Survey has ramped up expectations of an investment & investor-friendly Budget
 Business Standard2 months ago

Nitin Gadkari leaks his gardening secret, says 'I use my urine on plants'

NEW DELHI: After former Prime Minister Morarji Desai, India now has another politician rooting for the beneficial effects of urine. While Desai is said to have used it for personal fortification, road transport minister Nitin Gadkari has vouched for ...
 Economic Times2 weeks ago Gadkari leaks his gardening secret, says 'I urine on my plants'  Times of India2 weeks ago

A year on, family of dead fireman continues to struggle

Ivalekar's wife Shubhangi with her daughters. (Source: Express Archive) Ten months after Nitin Ivalekar (35) succumbed to the burns he had sustained during a firefighting operation at the Lotus Business Park in Andheri (West), his wife is still ...
 Indian Express1 week ago

Modi's minister uses own urine to grow plants

DELHI: Nitin Gadkari, a minister in Prime Minister Narendra Modi's Cabinet, has recommended urine's use for healthy growth of plants, media reports said yesterday. Addressing a gathering in Nagpur Sunday, he said he had been using the therapy for ...
 Arab News2 weeks ago This is how Union Minister Nitin Gadkari waters plants at his bungalow with his urine  DNA India2 weeks ago Gadkari's Gardening Gyaan  Outlook India2 weeks ago

Colleagues bid adieu to brave firemen

Mahendra Desai The Mumbai Fire Brigade (MFB) has been dealt a blow it is finding difficult to cope with. Apart from losing two senior fire officers, two other top officials, including its chief, have been critically injured in the fire at Kalbadevi. Sanjay ...
 Asian Age2 weeks ago

Their wonder drink the politics of promoting urine

Union minister Nitin Gadkari isn't the first political leader to suggest an unusual use for urine: that honour belongs to former prime minister Morarji Desai, who shocked millions round the world by advocating urine therapy as a cure for myriad ...
 Hindustan Times2 weeks ago
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