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'Either RBI should have majority in monetary policy panel or governor a veto'

'Either RBI should have majority in monetary policy panel or g...

On the issue of a veto for the Reserve Bank of India chief in the proposed monetary policy committee (MPC), C Rangarajan, former head of the central bank and an eminent economist, tells Indivjal Dhasmana that either RBI should have a majority in any such panel or the governor must have veto power. Else, it would be difficult for him to limit inflation in a band. Excerpts: Do you agree with the revised recommendation by the Financial Sector Legislative Reforms Commission on taking away veto ..., 3 days ago

Farmers take out rally protesting Land Acquisition Bill

Comment · print · T T T+· T- T.K. Rangarajan, Rajya Sabha MP and Central Committee member of the CPI(M), flagging off the farmers' rally in Tuticorin on Tuesday.— Photo: N. Rajesh Cadres of Communist Party of India (Marxist), along ...
 The Hindu3 weeks ago
Indian Express

Socio Economic Caste Census: In villages, one in three households in poverty; over a fifth SC/STs

The findings of the census are similar to that of the Rangarajan committee, set up by the UPA government in 2012, that had found that stated that those spending less than Rs 32 per day in rural areas would be considered poor. Nearly one in every ...
 Indian Express1 month ago

Monetary policy committee: Will the Reserve Bank Governor have the last say?

The release of a revised draft of the Indian Financial Code last week may have finally set the stage for an overhaul of the country's financial sector regulations and architecture but it has also opened up a debate on who should have the ultimate ...
 Indian Express19 hours ago The making of a toothless central bank  Livemint.com1 day ago

Power to decide rates should remain with RBI: Rangarajan

The article below represents a preview only and is not meant for reuse or republishing. India, July 27 -- Former Reserve Bank of India Governor has said that the power to decide on interest rates should be vested in RBI governor as the central bank ...
 HT Syndication1 day ago Can’t take away veto power of governor: Rangarajan  Economic Times3 days ago Rangarajan: How will RBI target inflation without power?  Money Control4 days ago Can't take away veto power of governor: Rangarajan  Economic Times3 days ago

#dnaEdit: Urban poverty

The Hashim Committee report, which puts 35% of households below the poverty line, should inspire the Centre to do away with faulty parameters of exclusion The data from the yet-to-be released Socio Economic Caste Census (SECC) puts the figure ...
 DNA India1 week ago Understanding the poverty line  The Hindu2 weeks ago Defining a poverty line for India  Financial Express2 months ago
Financial Express

Sugary Touch With An Eye On Bihar Poll

G SRINIVASAN The June 10 decision of the Cabinet Committee on Economic Affairs (CCEA) enabling beleaguered sugar mills across the country to avail of bank loans of Rs 6,000 crore with a one-year moratorium on the repayment and the government ...
 Navhind Times1 month ago Cash-starved sugar mills unhappy with Centre's loan package  Financial Express1 month ago

Rangarajan slams Sushma Swaraj

Comment · print · T T T+· T- Flaying External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj for having prevailed upon United Kingdom to facilitate travel documents (to Portugal) for former IPL chief Lalit Modi last year, CPI (M) MP and Central ...
 The Hindu1 month ago

View: Why Modi govt must go from emotion to motion

By C Rangarajan It is imperative that the Indian economy grows at a faster pace in the current year. The new numbers on national income brought some cheer, even though analysts continue to be sceptical about the veracity of the numbers. There ...
 Economic Times2 months ago

Niti Aayog might use poverty lines only for analytical purposes

In the wake of the various controversies surrounding poverty lines at the erstwhile Planning Commission, its successor National Institution for Transforming India (Niti) Aayog feels this barometer should be used only for analytical purposes.
 Smart Investor2 months ago
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