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There's Lots Of Sizzle, But Where Is The Steak?

Two hundred days may be an insignificant blink-and-miss moment for a government that is, if all goes well, all set to rule India for 1,826 days or so more. But there are two reasons this landmark should be noted. Even if blinded by the razzmatazz ... Outlook India, 5 days ago

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Financial Express, 2 months ago

Letter of the Week: Question for Naidu

This refers to Brinda Karat's Prime minister's choice (IE, December 5). I am writing to express my views regarding the matter that rocked both Houses of Parliament, as mentioned by Karat. I completely agree with the fact that Prime Minister Narendra ...
 Indian Express6 days ago

Punjab government cracks down on health camps after botched procedures

CHANDIGARH, India, Dec. 5 (UPI) -- The government of the Punjab state in India on Friday restricted health camps after at least 18 people lost their vision in botched cataract surgeries. Health camps to provide free procedures -- like cataract ...
 UPI1 week ago

Punjab CM orders probe

STATESMAN NEWS SERVICE Chandigarh,5 December With at least 19 people losing their eyesight following surgeries at a free medical camp sponsored by a non-governmental oranisation(NGO),the Punjab Chief Minister Mr ParkashSingh Badaltoday ordered ...
 The Statesman1 week ago
Business Standard India

The case against lowering interest rates

A Crisil report says a reversal of policy at this juncture could jeopardise the recent gains on inflation Ishan Kumar Bakshi | New Delhi December 1, 2014 Last Updated at 18:18 IST With the Consumer Price Index falling to 5.5% in the month of ...
 Business Standard India2 weeks ago
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Will RBI Governor Raghuram Rajan bite the bullet today?

Reserve Bank of India governor Raghuram Rajan met finance minister Arun Jaitley on Monday amid clamour for a rate cut in monetary policy review "I do not think a rate cut is very likely. It is still too early. Central banks all over the world ...
 DNA India2 weeks ago
Financial Express

Monetary policy: RBI should specify its inflation metric

Today is the much awaited credit policy day. With continuing weakness in the economy, and a steep drop in CPI and WPI inflation in recent months, the chorus for a rate cut has intensified. Recent statements by the finance minister about a rate cut ...
 Financial Express2 weeks ago

The different routes to reform

Here's a surprisingly insightful book on a subject — India's reforms experience — where economists fall over each other to produce books, only to be noticed by the high and mighty and picked for plum jobs and conferences. Kumaraswamy's work is ...
 Hindu Business Line2 weeks ago

RBI rate decision to drive Indian shares

Central bank may wait until early 2015 for lowering rates India's central bank, which is scheduled to take a call on interest rates on Tuesday, will set the trend for stock markets in the coming week. Share indices have leapt to record highs in ...
 Gulf News2 weeks ago

EC sounds buggle for final phase of polls on 20 seats

Sanjeev Pargal JAMMU/SRINAGAR, Nov 26: The Election Commission today set into motion the process for final phase of polling in 20 Assembly segments of Jammu, Kathua and Rajouri districts in Jammu region by issuing notification inviting nominations ...
 Daily Excelsior.com3 weeks ago
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