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Editorial: Using SECC data

The Socio Economic Caste Census (SECC) may well have serious flaws, as FE columnist Surjit Bhalla has argued on Wednesday. According to Bhalla, the SECC data which tends to over-estimate income in comparison with the NSS still ends up showing 56% of ... Financial Express, 1 week ago
Deccan Chronicle

Is ex-IPL chairman Lalit Modi a fugitive?

New Delhi: Well-known economic researcher and columnist Surjit S Bhalla has said that ex-IPL chairman Lalit Modi was no fugitive. He also said this resolved the resignation dilemma of Vasundhara Raje and Sushma Swaraj as they both have not done ...
 Deccan Chronicle1 month ago Is Lalit Modi a fugitive?  MSN News US1 month ago

Is India's central bank doomed to be powerless?

The power struggle between India's central bank and the Narendra Modi government is intensifying. At the heart of the conflict is a new proposal by the Financial Sector Legislative Reforms Commission—first set up by the previous United ...
 Quartz6 days ago

NITI Aayog likely to draw the line on poverty

A high-powered taskforce on poverty elimination, constituted under vice-chairman of NITI Aayog Arvind Panagariya, is expected to favour the need for a poverty line for comparing their impact of government programmes on the lives of lower strata of ...
 Business Standard India1 week ago NITI Aayog panel's draft report treads cautiously on poverty  Hindu Business Line1 week ago

Can Fema replace FCRA?

Some people in the non-profit space are asking whether it makes sense to use Fema instead of FCRA as the over-arching regulation for non-profits. Photo: Priyanka Parashar/Mint After ruling that Ford Foundation can fund individuals and ...
 Livemint.com1 week ago

Price control unlikely to improve access to medicines in India IMS study

The study also provides recommendations for the Indian government to improve the overall strength and sustainability of its public healthcare model According to a new report by The IMS Institute India, price control is neither an effective nor ...
 Financial Express2 weeks ago

How India fails Bharat

A 68-year war on poverty has clearly not been won. 'Garibi Hatao', the famous slogan that brought victory for the Congress party for decades, still rings loud across the hinterland. But the hysterics of the poverty debate just got a bit more blurred ...
 Yahoo! India3 weeks ago

The curve shaping up, economy in smiley mode

More than the level, which will be achieved in due course, it's the trajectory of the state of the economy that gives India reason to smile, says the Board of India Today Economists Vivek Law: Hello and welcome to India Today Television.
 India Today3 weeks ago
India Today

The economy is surely looking up, but don't expect the moon right away

The economy is surely looking up, and there are clear signs. But let's first get to a 6-7 per cent growth window without expecting the moon right away Illustration by Saurabh Singh The elephant is getting ready to dance. India's economy is ...
 India Today3 weeks ago
Mid Day

Are we a bad news nation?

Have we have become a bad news nation, forever self-flagellating and unable to see anything positive around ourselves? We are also showing up as a nation that is incapable of sustained action; even our so-called anger is like a straw fire that burns ...
 Mid Day3 weeks ago
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