It's Narendra Modi, stupid. This oft-repeated phrase by Surjit Bhalla, an analyst and a Modi acolyte, is perhaps the cutest political analysis of what we have come to know of as the Modi wave. The genesis for this phrase lies in Unites States ... Economic Times, 1 week ago
Indians see high office taming Narendra Modi - Livemint.com, 3 weeks ago
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Surjit Bhalla, chairman of Oxus Investments, a financial advisory company, takes a similarly jaded view, calling the AAP "even more populist" than Sonia Gandhi, the leader of India's governing Congress party. "They have really zero clue about how the world ...Money Control, 2 months ago
Opinion polls show that India's elections in April and May probably will be marked by what the economist Surjit Bhalla calls a Modi wave. That means a mass turning away from the ruling Congress Party toward the charismatic and controversial ...Bloomberg, 3 weeks ago
Surjit S. Bhalla is Chairman of Oxus Research and Investments. He has worked at the Rand Corporation, Brookings Institution, the World Bank, Goldman Sachs and Deutsche Bank. He is author of several books, including Imagine There's No Country: ...AsiaSource, 1 month ago
His political adversary Rahul Gandhi has called it the "toffee model" alluding ostensibly to the Modi government's decision to allot land as big as the city of Aurangabad to Gautam Adani for Rs 1. a square meter. Arvind Kejriwal too has made similar ...Smart Investor, 5 hours ago Experts not very optimistic about growth, CPI & IIP in 2014-15: Media Report Oneindia, 2 weeks ago Foreign brokerages, economists not optimistic about Indian economy The Freepress Journal, 2 weeks ago Economists paint a bleak picture of country's growth Deccan Herald, 2 weeks ago
Chandigarh, April 12 Twenty-three-year old civil services aspirant died after a recklessly driven Skoda car hit her scooter on Friday evening at Sector 49. The girl, a resident of Mohali, Phase X, was returning home from her coaching classes when ...Chandigarh Tribune, 3 days ago
The idea that giveaways are important to tipping the scales in an election dies hard among politicians. The Congress party believes that its NREGA job guarantee scheme led to victory in 2009 not high growth. The DMK believes that its free TV scheme ...Moneycontrol.com, 6 days ago
New Delhi: One reason opposition candidate Narendra Modi is on track to become India's next prime minister can be found in a 100-bed government-run hospital in the city of Jaunpur. Goats roam the corridors, used syringes and vomit litter the floors, ...Livemint.com, 1 week ago Blood on Hospital Walls Wins Modi Votes on India Prosperity Vow BusinessWeek, 1 week ago Blood on Hospital Wall Wins Modi Votes on India Progress Vow La Repubblica, 1 week ago
A record-setter, with BJP replacing Congress as the only national party, and the Left-AAP near eclipsed. Read Surjit S Bhalla's opinion piece on the FinancialRediff.com, 1 week ago
: As Manmohan Singh steps down less than two months from now as the prime minister of Asia's third-largest economy, he will be credited for ushering the fastest-ever growth, but his legacy will also be mired somewhat by serious allegations of ...ProKerala.com, 2 weeks ago Manmohan legacy of growth stunted by price rise graft New Delhi News.Net, 2 weeks ago
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