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How Modi can get funds for ModiCare

How Modi can get funds for ModiCare

'Milking poorly performing or easily marketable assets is the way to deliver more money for key programmes,' says T N Ninan. Illustration: Uttam Ghosh/ There is a paradox at the heart of the Narendra Modi government’s five Budgets. Growing numbers of taxpayers have been coughing up vast sums as taxes, but government expenditure has grown all too little, and failed to keep pace with the growth of the economy. The result is that key government programmes find their outlays barely ..., 1 day ago

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T N Ninan: The triumph of English and why it bodes well for India's youth

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 Business Standard1 month ago T N Ninan: Rise of the bond market a new challenge for banks' health  Business Standard1 month ago T N Ninan: Converging and diverging  Business Standard1 month ago T N Ninan: Trillion, or 10 kharab?  Business Standard2 months ago

Mr PM: 5 lakhs new jobs a month will do

That is the number for job creation that India needs to achieve, argues T N Ninan.Illustration: Uttam Ghosh/ There is no shortage of surveys on India's employment situation at a time when the government has turned its attention to the challenge of creating enough jobs. Taken together, the surveys present different numbers but with a generally common message: That not enough new jobs are being created. As for a specific number, there is only one on which there seems to be complete ...
 Rediff.com3 weeks ago

Time to give up lakhs and crores, folks!

A modern economy with strong global linkages must switch to million, billion and so on, says T N Ninan.Illustration: Dominic Xavier/ So how big is the Indian economy this year? If you were to put it in US dollars, the figure would be something approaching $2.5 trillion which is easy to say and write. But if you were to put it in rupees, most people would say: About Rs 160 lakh crore, or (rarely) Rs 1.6 crore crore. Numbers thus expressed are not only clumsy (like saying million ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago
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T N Ninan: Looking beyond recovery

The economy needs to do much better than its 15-year average of 7.5% growth to take on the jobs crisis. We need more reform, without the shocks T N Ninan Last Updated at December 1, 2017 22:46 IST Follow this columnist Ordinarily, quarterly economic growth of ...
 Business Standard2 months ago

Much Ado About Ratings

'The history of Moody's India ratings tells its own story,' points out T N Ninan. Illustration: Dominic Xavier/ India's sovereign rating upgrade by Moody's Investors Service is a second shot in the arm for the Modi government, still reeling from domestic criticism for economic bungling. The first booster shot was the sharp improvement in the country's position in the World Bank's Doing Business rankings. It will be the icing on the government's cake if the July-September numbers on ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago
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T N Ninan: Jio Mukesh! And hope his competitors will 'Jio' too

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 Business Standard3 weeks ago T N Ninan: 'Uncommon nonsense'  Business Standard1 month ago Jio Mukesh, Jio!  Rediff.com1 week ago

Coming soon: A shakeout in India's banking sector

'Banks, fund managers, NBFCs, rating agencies, those buying into debt funds -- all of them will have to watch their step as India's financial system enters a new phase,' warns T N Ninan.Illustration: Dominic Xavier/ The Reserve Bank has given occasional voice to the concern that bank interest rates are not high enough to offer savers a return, over and above the rate of inflation (a 'real' rate of return). This and the collapse of the housing market has led in recent times to more ...
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Does Modi rule out war?

'The only credible explanation for the niggardly approach to defence expenditure must be that the government does not expect a war.''But wars can happen when you don't expect them, and re-arming at the last minute is not possible,' says T N Ninan. IMAGE: Indian soldiers on a search operation near the Line of Control in Jammu and Kashmir. One of the abiding mysteries about the Narendra D Modi government is the way in which it has ignored the emerging contours of the country's external security ...
 Rediff.com1 week ago

The Triumph of English, and why it's good for our youth

'No other language can now take its place. English is the language of professional education, which gives you a passport to a bright future,' says T N Ninan.Illustration: Dominic Xavier/   In the welter of typically gloomy numbers put out last month in Pratham's Annual Status of Education Report (ASER) for 2017, there is a remarkable piece of statistic: That 58 per cent of the sample -- taken from 14 to 18 year olds in rural areas -- could read a simple sentence in English. And ...
 Rediff.com2 weeks ago
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