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Sep 25, 2017
Centre mints special coins in bid to appropriate MGR's legacy as BJP expands roots in Tamil NaduIn the absence of any strong local leader, the BJP seems to be banking on the charisma of the late MGR to explore the uncharted Dravidian heartland.
May 10, 2016
Uttarakhand floor test should decide political battle, not Centre-state legal rowThe result of the Supreme Court-mandated floor test for ousted Uttarakhand chief minister Harish Rawat should decide the political battle between the warring Congress and the BJP, but not the legal row over the constitutional validity of imposition of President’s Rule in the state by the Centre
Feb 25, 2015
Finance Commission report: Modi's federalism gets boost with bonanza for statesThe Commission headed by former Reserve Bank of India governor, YV Reddy, has gone a step further beyond the resource sharing recommendations all Finance Commissions do and outlined a new paradigm of Centre-state relations.
Apr 05, 2013
Centre, states should work closely to attract investments: PilotSpeaking at the Corporate Secretaries International Association's conference, Pilot also indicated that all regulators should work in cohesion.
Mar 19, 2013
Why Bihar may never make it: Too little corruption?Bihar has exhausted its growth potential, and hasn't invested in creating human capital. From here on, its growth story impinges on perpetual fund infusion from the Centre.
Mar 18, 2013
Nitish Kumar's 'special status' roar reflects poverty of ideasNitish Kumar's approach is based not on promotion of the legitimate demand for States' rights and fiscal autonomy, but is premised on perpetuating the 'benevolent' Centre model of top-down financial flow as the reward for offering political patronage.
Jan 04, 2013
India's creeping federalism isn't good for Centre or statesIn India, federalism is happening by stealth, and so is centralisation in some areas. This is not good for we are becoming federal in the wrong areas.