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Global poverty needs a post-industrial definition

By Andy Mukherjee The author is a Reuters Breakingviews columnist. The opinions expressed are his own. Global poverty needs a new, post-industrial definition. The $1-a-day threshold, the most-often cited marker of penury, is an ... Reuters, 9 hours ago

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Experts brainstorm over new avatar of plan panel

The government on Tuesday set the ball rolling to put in place a framework for the new body in the form of an economic think tank after dismantling the Planning Commission. We had all met in the context of the statement made by the prime minister ...
 Financial Chronicle2 days ago

Modi has promises to keep

This opinion was published by the Business Standard . The roar of Narendra Modi's sweeping election victory and its narrative of radical change set up high expectations. Soon, however, came the whimper. The proposal of a modest rise in rail ...
 Bruegel2 days ago Ashoka Mody & Michael Walton: Modi has promises to keep  Smart Investor3 weeks ago

Framework of new body to replace Planning Commission discussed

In a delicious irony, two high-powered groups of eight members each converged at the Yojana Bhawan on Tuesday to dismantle the institution that remains the last bastion of socialism in a country which professes to practice free market economics. ...
 InToday2 days ago

No clue yet on plan panel's new avatar

12:16 am Meeting threw up many brilliant ideas, but Prime Minister will take the final decision on the new body, says Yashwant Sinha NEW DELHI : No concrete picture emerged regarding the new body which will replace the Planning Commission in two ...
 The Freepress Journal2 days ago
Calcutta Telegraph

Pow-wow on plan panel proxy

New Delhi, Aug. 26: Top policy-makers today hunkered down to mould the shape of the entity to replace the Planning Commission, which had helmed the economy for more than six decades. We have discussed what could be the new avatar of the Plan panel ...
 Calcutta Telegraph2 days ago Consultative group for replacing Plan panel proposes handing more powers to finance ministry  Times of India2 days ago Planning Commission replacement shouldn't allocate funds, say experts  Business Standard India2 days ago Experts meet on Planning Commission replacement  Livemint.com2 days ago

Consultations held on proposed replacement for Planning Commission

Consultative meetings were held today relating to the proposed new design and structure for the Planning Commission. These were part of consultations after the Prime Minister Narendra Modi, in his Independence Day speech, from the ramparts of Red Fort, on the ...
 Sify3 days ago

Experts Discuss New Body That Will Replace PlanComm

Former ministers, members of the Planning Commission and experts today met in the Yojana Bhawan to discuss the framework of the new body which will replace the 64-year old plan panel. "We had all met in the context of the statement made by the ...
 Outlook India3 days ago Experts put their heads together on new avatar of PlanComm  ZeeNews.com3 days ago

Exclusive! 'Modi has taken his job seriously in letter and spirit'

'There is a climactic change in terms of economic performance.... The revival is taking its own time, but there is a restoration of hope.' 'Modi as the PM of the country has to take everybody on board and deliver on good governance. That is his responsibility. In that, talking alone won't help, he's working.' Commerce Minister Dr Nirmala Sitharaman tells Sheela Bhatt/ how the Modi government plans to change India. She joined the Bharatiya Janata Party in 2008 and got important ...
 Rediff.com1 week ago

10 things that the Modi government is doing right

Despite criticism of a lack of transparency and communication from the Modi-led government, BJP leaders point to "good beginnings" on several fronts to defend its performance. Sheela Bhatt/ reports. The first of a two-part series. Prime Minister Narendra Modi's critics await his speech on the morning of August 15 to see if the icon of Election 2014 shows the same spark that he demonstrated during his high-voltage election campaign. So far, Modi has been attempting, through the Prime ...
 Rediff.com1 week ago
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