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'Urjit Patel is the right man to succeed Raghuram Rajan'

'Urjit Patel is the right man to succeed Raghuram Rajan'

'RBI and the economy will gain tremendously from Urjit Patel's experience in both private and public sectors' Hailing Urjit Patel's appointment as RBI Governor as "vote for continuity", India Inc and experts are unanimous that he is an excellent choice for the top job at the central bank when the economy is passing through a crucial phase. "We all are very happy. Being a colleague, he brings great continuity and familiarity. He has a clear understanding of what is going on," said RBI Deputy ..., 5 days ago

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New Indian Express

Lokayukta institution is dead. Well, almost

BENGALURU: It's been over a year since former Lokayukta Justice Y Bhaskar Rao's son Y Ashwin was arrested by the Special Investigation Team (July 27, 2015) in connection with the extortion and corruption scam in the Lokayukta institution. And it's ...
 New Indian Express1 week ago

CNBC-TV18's Citizen Monetary Committee sees no rate cut on Aug 9

In June this year, CNBC-TV18 started a new initiative ahead of the monetary policy on June 7. It constituted a Citizens' Monetary Committee, which had discussed and voted on what the Reserve Bank should do in the policy. For the record, the ...
 Moneycontrol.com2 weeks ago

Economists in India: Endangered species?

The pipeline for well-qualified and experienced policy economists at senior levels of government has broken, leading to a growing dearth of suitable candidates for top economist positions, says Shankar Acharya.  IMAGE: The 1970s witnessed an exodus of India’s best academic economists like Amartya Sen to greener pastures in the US and UK. Photograph kind Courtesy: Harvard University     India has lots of good economists. And quite a few good ones in government too. Right? ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago

Pulses and cereals are key worries in inflation

The latest bout of Consumer Price Index (CPI)-based inflation was caused by vegetables, but prices of these items are not as worrisome as those of pulses, which saw a slight moderation in June. Besides, inflation in cereals has been rising modestly, ...
 Business Standard India1 month ago

MSME needs big push

K.R. Sudhaman Father of the Nation Mahatma Gandhi was right in saying India lived in its Six lakh villages and cottage industries alone could create much needed jobs and livelihood to the majority of the 1.25 billion people. In India 60 per cent of ...
 Daily Excelsior.com1 month ago Pre-requisites for job generation  The Echo Of India1 month ago MSME SECTOR NEEDS BIG PUSH FOR JOB GENERATION  IPA Newspack.com1 month ago

Why India will feel greatest impact of oil prices

India is set to feel the greatest impact of the continuing oil price scenario, as remittances slump to below the 2008 financial crisis. The huge labour force working on Qatar's mega infrastructure projects, readying the country to host the 2022 ...
 ConstructionWeekOnline.com1 month ago

India's changed faster since 1991

Montek Singh Ahluwalia recounts the importance, and drama, of that historic summer. If Manmohan Singh, given a full mandate by P.V. Narasimha Rao, became the prime architect of wide-ranging economic reforms, forced by a balance-of-payments ...
 The Hindu1 month ago
Observer Research Foundation

Can a data revolution help India achieve its health goals?

Earlier this year, around 200 countries came together and agreed in principle on a global indicator framework for the 2030 Agenda and the Sustainable Development Goals (SDG). The 17 goals and 169 targets of the SDG framework will be complemented by ...
 Observer Research Foundation1 month ago

People in urban areas spend more on services: NSSO data

Across income levels, Indians in rural regions spent less on services, from domestic help to transport to phone bills New Delhi: Whatever their income, people in urban areas spend substantially more on services every month than their rural ...
 Livemint.com1 month ago
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