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Shreekant Sambrani: Modi's true Gujarat Model in practice
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Shreekant Sambrani: Modi's true Gujarat Model in practice

Narendra Modi's strategy in Gujarat was to run the state as a business entity. But it will be difficult to turn the country around since India is far removed from the salubrious environment that existed in Gujarat Shreekant Sambrani August 3, 2014 Last ... Business Standard, 1 month ago

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Shreekant Sambrani: PM Modi should target price manipulators at mandis

The government needs counter cyclical policies to tackle vegflation, which has become a recurrent problem
 Business Standard2 months ago Letters: Market forces can help  Business Standard2 months ago Shreekant Sambrani: A veggie vengeance  Business Standard2 months ago

Tribute to a saint who did miracle with wheat

Source Business Standard (India) ByShreekant Sambrani Date 12 Sept 2014 Website The work of Norman Borlaug, who helped save billions from starvation, is worth recollecting on his death anniversary, especially ...
 Truth About Trade5 days ago

Tribute to a wheat saint

Share This Tags The work of Norman Borlaug, who helped save billions from starvation, is worth recollecting on his death anniversary, especially as opposition to gene-modified crops mount. Borlaug (March 25, 1914 ...
 People Daily2 days ago The man who saved billions from starvation  Rediff.com5 days ago Tribute: The man who saved India from starvation  Business Standard India5 days ago

Reforms won't be easy or painless!

'Let us also not expect that there will be a clean break with the past much though the new government might like to think about it. In a functional democracy that is neither feasible nor desirable. But basic change it must be,' says Shreekant Sambrani. In his Independence Address to the nation, Prime Minister Narendra Modi alluded to an old structure, having served some purpose but now dilapidated. He said it is often better to replace it with a new one as the trouble and cost involved in ...
 Rediff.com2 weeks ago

Speak up, India, and act!

'Will the new government, largely of the BJP, whose manifesto proclaimed "India shall remain a natural home for persecuted Hindus and they shall be welcome to seek refuge here" and whose patrons never tire of the glories of our civilisation in antiquity, stand up for these long-lost cousins, the Yazidis in Iraq?' asks Shreekant Sambrani. While we worry about the Gaza/Iraq/Syria/Ukraine/Ebola situations, the enormous human tragedy of the genocide of the Yazidi people at the hands of the ...
 Rediff.com4 weeks ago

This was the best Independence Day address I have seen

'Independence Day has been India's annual general meeting. For the most part, it has been a forgettable experience of ritual observances. Not so this year. Mr Modi instead presented what I call a moral balance sheet of India,' says Shreekant Sambrani. He came, he conquered, but did not quite like what he saw. On August 15, 2014, Prime Minister Narendra Modi held up a mirror to India and proceeded to tell us how things could change. Independence Day has been India's annual general meeting. Its ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago

This Budget is old wine in old bottle

Despite its sincere tone in describing the gravity of the economic situation, the Budget broke little new ground or displayed initiatives that would have fired our imagination, says Shreekant Sambrani.  I would have found it difficult to believe the Budget tabled in the Lok Sabha on Thursday, July 10 2014, was the work of the new government in office, had I listened to the finance minister’s speech on the radio instead of watching it on the television.  It had all the usual ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago

Does Jaitley have the cure for India's ailing economy?

There would be extraordinary pressure on the government against raising user charges, be it for services or actual goods and commodities with controlled prices, says Shreekant Sambrani.  “Power is poison,” Rahul Gandhi had said rather inexplicably even as he sought it.  But Prime Minister Narendra Modi must find it a wonderful Philosopher’s Stone.   Its alchemy has converted his economic ideas from being treated as naive and poorly conceived to being hailed ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago

Vegflation should be tamed before it kills the economy

Vegflation is no longer an aberration but a recurrent problem. Systematic, not sporadic, counter cyclical policies must be in place to check the power of the traders. says Shreekant Sambrani. Somebody help. Narendra Modi and Arun Jaitley are held hostage, not by jihadists, recalcitrant opposition, international capital or the ever-erratic monsoon, but by faceless, nameless manipulators of Nasik, Navi Mumbai and Azadpur markets. The "raw" terror they have let loose resounds in the corridors of ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago
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