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Jaitley to address RBI board Will he outline steps taken to tackle fiscal deficit?

Jul 27, 2014

Jaitley to address RBI board Will he outline steps taken to tackle fiscal deficit?

Finance Minister Arun Jaitley will address the board of the Reserve Bank here on August 9 amid expectations that the central bank will complement government actions by reducing rates to boost growth. #Economy #India #RBI #fiscal deficit #Arun Jaitley #Chidambaram #Subsidy #Reforms #Budget 2014 #Union budget 2014
IMF welcomes setting up of new BRICS development bank

Jul 17, 2014

IMF welcomes setting up of new BRICS development bank

The International Monetary Fund has welcomed the move to set up a new BRICS development bank stating that it is ready to work with the Bank's leadership. #India #China #IMF #Brazil #diplomacy #NewsTracker #Russia #International Monetary Fund #BRICs #South Africa #BRICS summit 2014 #IMF Reforms 2010 #BRICS development banks
BRICS nations disappointed with non-implementation of IMF reforms

Jul 16, 2014

BRICS nations disappointed with non-implementation of IMF reforms

BRICS nations on Tuesday expressed their disappointment with the failure to implement the 2010 International Monetary Fund (IMF) reforms. #India #China #IMF #Brazil #diplomacy #NewsTracker #Russia #International Monetary Fund #BRICs #South Africa #BRICS summit 2014 #IMF Reforms 2010
Half measures and high ideas: Why Jaitley's budget is a missed opportunity

Jul 11, 2014

Half measures and high ideas: Why Jaitley's budget is a missed opportunity

Jaitley could have signalled that reforms were coming. He did not. This budget is also the story of missed opportunities. #Economy #India #Disinvestment #fiscal deficit #Arun Jaitley #Chidambaram #Subsidy #Tax #Reforms #Budget 2014 #Union budget 2014

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LS polls: Best indicator of voter reform efforts would be in the turnout

Apr 07, 2014

LS polls: Best indicator of voter reform efforts would be in the turnout

Since we hear it being said from every corner that this is a tightly fought election, the best indicator this voter reform efforts would be in the turn out. If more come out to vote, the more vibrant this democracy becomes. #Voter turnout #Election Commission #Democracy #EC #Polling #Lok Sabha elections 2014 #NOTA #Voter reforms
L Rajagopal and a brief history of Parliamentary battles

Feb 13, 2014

L Rajagopal and a brief history of Parliamentary battles

The fight between legislators in the Rajya Sabha brought back not so fond memories of similar incidents in the past. Here's a brief history. #Rajya Sabha #Electoral reforms #Speaker #Assembly

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L Rajagopal and a brief history of Parliamentary battles

Jul 30, 2014

Green Groups Go To War On Scientific Reform In Europe

It is, perhaps, not the best of times for Greenpeace. Many of its supporters are angered at the revelation that a senior executive has been commuting some 500 miles roundtrip to work by plane, which makes a mockery of the group’s campaign to reduce o... #Europe #GREENPEACE New Zealand
L Rajagopal and a brief history of Parliamentary battles

Jul 29, 2014

5 things Grover Norquist can do at Burning Man

Apparently Grover Norquist — the very same Grover Norquist who heads the anti-tax Americans for Tax Reform — is going to Burning Man... #Grover Norquist #Burning Man #Americans for Tax Reform
L Rajagopal and a brief history of Parliamentary battles

Jul 30, 2014

Humana says quarterly profit fell on health reform, drug costs

U.S. health insurer Humana Inc said on Wednesday that second-quarter profit fell due to investments in the insurance exchanges created under President Barack Obama's healthcare reform law as well as costly new hepatitis C drug treatments... #Barack Obama #Humana Inc.