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Shreekant Sambrani: Monsoon mystics

I make two assertions with complete certainty about that most uncertain phenomenon, the monsoon. Is the farmer concerned about it? Hell, yes, he is. Tribal memories from millennia past make him wary of all rainy seasons, not just the coming one. And ... Business Standard, 4 weeks ago

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Shreekant Sambrani: Year of living hopefully

History repeats itself, even of recent vintage: stagnating exports, firming oil prices, a nose-diving rupee, stumbling manufacturing, a crashing Sensex, agrarian distress and logjam in Parliament had all taken up permanent residence on the front pages of the ...
 Business Standard1 month ago

Shreekant Sambrani: Transfixed in soil

Which is the least reformed sector of the Indian economy? No prizes for guessing the obvious answer, agriculture. But that is not open season for the reform-or-die brigade to tilt yet again at the bogeys of minimum support prices, input subsidies and ...
 Business Standard2 months ago
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Monsoon mystics: Who trusts the IMD's weather forecast?

The IMD has fancy weather-monitoring radars in the name of providing better forecasts, but their findings hardly help the farmers, explains Shreekant Sambrani. I make two assertions with complete certainty about that most uncertain phenomenon, the monsoon. Is the farmer concerned about it? Hell, yes, he is. Tribal memories from millennia past make him wary of all rainy seasons, not just the coming one. And does he trust the India Meteorological Department (IMD) forecasts? Don't make me laugh, ...
 Rediff.com4 weeks ago
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A year of living hopefully: Modi sarkaar is here for the long haul

Prime Minister Narendra Modi listens to a speaker ahead of launching three new national social security schemes at a function in Kolkata. Photographer: Rupak De Chowdhuri/Reuters History repeats itself, even of recent vintage: stagnating exports, firming oil prices, a nose-diving rupee, stumbling manufacturing, a crashing Sensex, agrarian distress and logjam in Parliament had all taken up permanent residence on the front pages of the Indian press in 2012 and 2013. They are visiting again -- ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago
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