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'Recovery could be a couple of quarters away'
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'Recovery could be a couple of quarters away'

'There are a lot of positive things these reforms are bringing about and it is only a matter of some quarters before the growth rate picks up momentum.''Until then we need to be a little bit patient.' Illustration: Uttam Ghosh/Rediff.com Soumya Kanti Ghosh, the group chief economic advisor at the State Bank of India, routinely offers his opinion on the Indian economy especially after Prime Minister Narendra D Modi took over the reins of government in May 2014. Dr Ghosh -- who worked for the ... Rediff.com, 1 day ago

What Ambedkar left behind for me...

Every year on December 6, Chaitya Bhoomi, in Dadar, Mumbai is visited by over half a million people without any formal notice or invitation! This is where the Father of the Indian Constitution, Dr Bhim Rao Ambedkar, popularly known as Baba Saheb was cremated ...
 Deccan Herald5 days ago

Saudi women beyond the wheel!

Nilofar Suhrawardy With princes not spared charges of corruption and women granted permission to start driving, Saudi Arabia’s Vision 2030 is certainly displaying its credibility. Saudi government has stated that women will be permitted to drive cars from ...
 The Financial Chronicle1 week ago
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Will you help this child?

November 22 is a big day for Krishna Gulwani. It's the day the six year old will make a Taiwan hospital his home for the next six months, as he starts life-saving treatment. More than a month after Rediff.com readers helped the boy (the earlier feature -- please see below -- helped raise Rs 170,000), his family's prayers have been answered. Krishna, his mother Vaishali and his father's employer and well-wisher Ajit Shah flew to Taiwan on November 17. Krishna will visit the hospital on November ...
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'India is blazing down a tunnel'

'Anything that is anti-growth is demonised because growth is the biggest religion.''Growth has become synonymous with progress, well being, comfort.''Actually, it is the opposite. Growth is what has caused environmental damage, depleted ground water.''Exponential growth is cancer.' Part 1: The hit filmmaker who left it all to tend cows IMAGE: Mansoor Khan at his farm stay in Coonoor. He left the success of Bollywood behind for a quieter life. Photographs: Rajesh Karkera/Rediff.com Mansoor ...
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'We are in kalyug where rakshasas rule'

'The forces of good are on the run.''But dark times also challenge people to fight.''I believe Indians will rise against these dark times.' Even as he was fighting against the deportation of Rohingya refugees in the Supreme Court came the announcement that Colin Gonsalves, founder of the Human Rights Law Network, had been named one of the four winners of this year's Right Livelihood Award, often described as the Alternative Nobel Prize. The distinguished lawyer spoke to Jyoti Punwani about his ...
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'No difference between UPA1, UPA2 and this govt'

'Karna is the greatest warrior in the Mahabharata -- in fact, Arjuna is a nobody in front of Karna.''But Arjuna had a better advisor in Krishna than Karna.''Karna failed because he listened to the wrong advice given by Salya.''It just shows wrong advisors can land even the mighty in trouble.''Illustration: Uttam Ghosh/Rediff.com After Subramanian Swamy and Yashwant Sinha, it was the turn of the Bharatiya Mazdoor Sangh, India's largest labour union affiliated with the Rashtriya Swayamsevak ...
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The extraordinary story of Radha Daga and Triguni Food

'One’s dreams never end. If you don’t dream, you don’t exist. You need to dream to look forward to in life.' Radha Daga, who went from a textile exporter to food entrepreneur at 60 years of age, shares her incredible journey with Shobha Warrier. At 60, when people retire from work, she decided to be an entrepreneur. At 75, when people prefer to sit at home and relax, she commutes for an hour and a half to her factory. When people of her age complain about aches and pains, ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago

Battle lines drawn as BJP vows to capture Rahul's bastion

The next Lok Sabha elections may be over one and a half year away yet the battle lines were already drawn in Congress vice-president Rahul Gandhis Parliamentary constituency of Amethi with the BJP making it very clear that it had set its yes on the ...
 Deccan Herald2 months ago
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Only big reforms will bring Achche Din

Since Modi and his team expect to win the 2019 elections, the groundwork for improved performance in their second term should be done now, says T N Ninan. Illustration: Uttam Ghosh/Rediff.com. Is the economy paying the price for the government's failure to undertake basic reform over the past three years? Almost certainly, yes, just as it is also paying the price for the previous government's failure to undertake structural reform. The time to take the difficult decisions was when the going ...
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