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Modi is at a crucial juncture
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Modi is at a crucial juncture

'There is economic danger: Not inflation, but a slowdown that feeds an employment crisis,' says T N Ninan.Illustration: Uttam Ghosh/Rediff.com There is a paradox at work. The Modi government gains in political strength and popular support even as the economy swings downward. Can the two continue to move in opposite directions?   For a while, certainly. Indira Gandhi remained hugely popular for many years even as the economy slipped into its lowest growth phase since Independence. What ... Rediff.com, 1 month ago
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Warning! Some govt banks may go bust

'The entire government-owned banking system (excluding SBI) is now in the red.''But worse is to come,' warns T N Ninan.Illustration: Dominic Xavier/Rediff.com More than two years ago, the Reserve Bank declared war on what it had winked at till then: The fudging of bank balance sheets. Since then, banks have disclosed bad loans on a previously unimagined scale. The entire government-owned banking system (excluding the State Bank of India) is now in the red. But worse is to come. These banks ...
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T N Ninan: At the two-thirds mark

Double-digit growth promise fades, but key schemes must work so that Mr Modi gets his talking points Last Updated at September 1, 2017 23:38 IST Follow this columnist
 Business Standard1 month ago

T N Ninan: Beyond oxygen supply

The PM missed a key opportunity in using the Gorakhpur episode to focus on the poor state of public health programmes
 Business Standard1 month ago

T N Ninan: Not always soft

With Modi govt, we may be seeing India willing to adopt hard stances more often than before, even if this new approach is selectively applied
 Business Standard2 months ago
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Why some things work in India, and some don't

'The two-word answer is: Proper oversight,' says T N Ninan.Illustration: Dominic Xavier/Rediff.com The India of the 1980s and 1990s had many dreams: Private TV by satellite or cable, instead of drab old Doordarshan with its government propaganda; modern corporate hospitals that looked like hotels, just like those in America; world-class highways built by private construction companies and not by the CPWD (central public works department); and efficient, privately-run power stations that would ...
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T N Ninan: A tale of two countries

China is once again the world's fastest growing large economy, even as its working age population shrinks and ours grows
 Business Standard1 week ago Why Xi is smiling and Modi isn't  Rediff.com3 hours ago

T N Ninan: Growth with inequality

While the vocal public agrees GDP growth is central to national purpose, there's a lack of debate about growing inequality
 Business Standard2 weeks ago

Economic issues will have a decisive say in 2019 general elections (Column: Active Voice)

It is becoming really hard to be optimistic about the Indian economy. As T.N. Ninan pointed out last week, it has been six years since the economy breached the seven per cent growth rate mark. There have been repeated forecasts in these last six years of ...
 Business Standard4 weeks ago

T N Ninan: Creating new winners

We can no longer argue simplistically that, if the government or public sector can't do the job, call in the private sector
 Business Standard1 month ago
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