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Is that a novel inside you or a short story?

T C A Srinivasa-Raghavan reveals the trick to writing a successful book.   Three years ago, after I had finished extolling the virtues of those who write in newspapers, a particularly irritable, acerbic, and permanently discontented but very dear friend challenged me to write a novel and/or short stories. Her dismissive and derisive tone -- she used to be a publisher, after all -- hugely annoyed me. So, I decided to do both, that is, write a novel as well as short stories. I took my ... Rediff.com, 1 week ago

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Can Modi lead a coalition?

'Differences will almost certainly arise over how the minorities are to be viewed and how educational institutions are to be treated.''These issues would be non-negotiable for Mr Modi's BJP.''So he may well refuse to lead a government in which his freedom of action is constrained by others in the coalition,' feels T C A Srinivasa-Raghavan.Illustration: Uttam Ghosh/Rediff.com Narendra Modi has had an extraordinary political career since he became chief minister of Gujarat in October 2001. He ...
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Why India needs a coalition government

'Though coalitions, which ruled India for 25 years after 1989, are regarded as a terrible thing politically, they delivered the best economic results,' points out T C A Srinivasa-Raghavan.Illustration: Uttam Ghosh/Rediff.com Everyone agrees that mindsets, defined as an established set of unshakeable beliefs, are dangerous things. They make you think that an opinion is valid merely because you hold it. Everyone also agrees that British colonial rule left India with several sets of mindsets. An ...
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Modi's Third Year Blues

The classic Third Year or Mid-Term Problem has afflicted all but two prime ministers who have lasted a full term, give or take a few months this way or that, points out T C A Srinivasa-Raghavan.Illustration: Uttam Ghosh/Rediff.com The prime minister has come up with a spirited defence of his government's record of managing the economy. He even held what seemed to be an unscheduled meeting with the party president and the finance minister. The fiscal deficit, the current account deficit and ...
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5 things Modi should do to fix economy

When the Indian economy tanked in 1991, it did so because it ran out of foreign exchange. Today, it is tanking because it has run out of rupees even as the foreign exchange granary is overflowing, says T C A Srinivasa-Raghavan. Illustration: Uttam Ghosh/Rediff.com Everyone says the Indian economy is in crisis. Everyone has also agreed that bad policy, on one hand (demonetisation), and bad practice, on the other (GST implementation), have caused it.   Now two very old Bharatiya Janata ...
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How Modi can solve India's Poverty Problem

'Just as the BJP has been harnessing the power of religion for political purposes, Modi needs to harness the power of religious and corporate institutions for poverty alleviation,' says T C A Srinivasa-Raghavan.Illustration: Uttam Ghosh/Rediff.com When light passes near a massive object like, say, Jupiter, it bends a little instead of travelling in a straight line. The heavier the object, the more is the bend. This sort of change in the presence of a huge object happens to humans also.   ...
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Of Sudarshan Chakra, Shishupal, and PSU banks

Does the Union government or the RBI see itself as Krishna beheading Shishupal and what will constitute the 101st or indeed the past many sins for which a Sudarshan Chakra will have to be used? More importantly, what are those sins? Were they the acts of nationalising those banks or providing loans to unviable projects without following prudential norms or the government use of PSU banks for meeting its social goals or recapitalising them without any performance criteria, asks A K ...
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