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May 26, 2012
Gen Singh prepares for an after-life with big-bang exitEven as Army Chief Gen VK Singh raises more controversies preparatory to his retirement, he is clearly signalling a robust role for himself for the future
May 24, 2012
Theory M: Modi, Mamata, Mulayam, Meira, Mukherjee, Mid-term pollsNothing makes sense without a conspiracy theory to connect all the M's doing the rounds: Mamata, Mulayam, Meira Kumar, Mukherjee, Modi - and Mid-Term polls.
May 15, 2012
LIC money: Is it for investors' benefit, or Rahul's election?LIC is being used by the government as its private piggy-bank to fund high subsidies that are ultimately intended to serve the political purpose of Rahul Gandhi.
May 09, 2012
Firm linked to RTI activist's murder has Pawar shareholdingPrevious investments by Pawar and his family in Lavasa Corporation, Panchshil Realty Group and City Corporation have proved controversial
Feb 24, 2012
Sonia's official income could be between Rs 50-75 lakhThe public's curiosity about Sonia Gandhi's tax returns is unlikely to be satiated. However, we have our own estimate of how much she could be earning officially.
Dec 26, 2011
Subbarao to play Santa 2 weeks late; CRR cut in early Jan?Given extremely tight liquidity conditions and soaring short-term rates, the RBI has no option by to ease liquidity by cutting the cash reserve ratio.
Dec 22, 2011
Why did Moody's upgrade us when we are going downhill?The Moody's upgrade of India's government bonds is a technical upgrade, not a real vote of confidence on the Indian economy.
Dec 02, 2011
What's Pranab smoking? Will Sonia okay his budget cuts?The finance ministry wants to cut the fiscal deficit to 4.1 percent next year. It is impossible at a time of economic slowdown and Sonia Gandhi surely will not allow it.
Nov 08, 2011
Nitish steals Modi's growth thunder, but Guj still miles aheadNitish Kumar is stealing Gujarat's growth rate thunder, but Bihar is so small in terms of size, that its impact on the India story largely relates to labour costs.
Nov 04, 2011
Gujarat will gain most from Pak MFN, Dubai will loseThe biggest gainer from Pakistan's decision to give India MFN status will be Gujarat whose ports are right next door. Dubai entrepot status will decline.