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Why Arun Jaitley has chosen to play safe with Budget 2014

Jul 11, 2014

Why Arun Jaitley has chosen to play safe with Budget 2014

Modi is conscious that he is seen by many as pro big business because of his perceived proximity to some big industrialists. So the budget has been careful in not giving any obvious benefits to big business #Politics #Economy #India #Business #UPA #Narendra Modi #Poverty #fiscal deficit #Arun Jaitley #Welfare #Free market #Budget 2014
Why budget 2014 was 'socialist': PM Modi wants to be seen as 'pro poor'

Jul 11, 2014

Why budget 2014 was 'socialist': PM Modi wants to be seen as 'pro poor'

Jaitley said in a country with so many poor people, any economic philosophy which is totally market based will not work. #Politics #Economy #India #Business #UPA #Narendra Modi #Poverty #fiscal deficit #Arun Jaitley #Welfare #Free market #Budget 2014
Real Modinomics: Why free market supporters could be in for a shock

May 14, 2014

Real Modinomics: Why free market supporters could be in for a shock

Ultimately Modi will treat technical advice for what it is -- just advice, and then proceed to do whatever is politically pragmatic and effective. #Politics #HowThisWorks #India #Narendra Modi #Arvind Panagariya #MNREGA #Free market economy #Lok Sabha elections 2014 #Free market #Bhagwati #Market Stabilisation Fund
Faux free market economics: Why BJP is no less 'socialist' than Congress

Mar 27, 2014

Faux free market economics: Why BJP is no less 'socialist' than Congress

India one has never seen a social welfare scheme being scrapped or withdrawn by any new political formation which comes to power. Whether it is a Congress or BJP led government, social welfare schemes once launched continue in one form or the other. #Manmohan Singh #Congress #BJP #Narendra Modi #Indian Economy #MNREGA #Free market economics #Economic visions
Think India: Can right wing thinking fix India's poverty problem?

Dec 05, 2013

Think India: Can right wing thinking fix India's poverty problem?

"Maximum poverty reduction has happened in right leaning democracies. It's a myth that center-right economics is anti-poverty," Bahl said. #raghav bahl #TweetFeed #Free Markets #Think India #Change India #Dhiraj Nayyar #Right leaning economy

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Think India: Can right wing thinking fix India's poverty problem?

Aug 22, 2014

Dirt cheap Windows PCs already hitting the streets, with help from Microsoft

Microsoft is helping hardware makers build low-priced Windows PCs to combat Chromebooks and the early results of that effort are hitting the market. Hewlett-Packard, Dell and Lenovo are selling laptops priced less than $250 that run on Windows 8.1 wi... #Hewlett-Packard #Microsoft Corporation #Google Inc.
Think India: Can right wing thinking fix India's poverty problem?

Aug 20, 2014

15 Google Analytics Tricks To Maximize Your Marketing Campaign

Google Analytics is the most popular free tool you can use to measure the success of your inbound marketing efforts. With it, you can view the volume of your website traffic, track where your users are coming from and where they’re going, and learn h... #Hewlett-Packard #Microsoft Corporation #Google Inc.
Think India: Can right wing thinking fix India's poverty problem?

Aug 13, 2014

Amazon introduces mobile card reader to compete with Square, PayPal

Amazon has introduced a card reader coupled with smartphone and tablet apps that aim to provide small businesses with a way to accept mobile payments. The company is positioning its Amazon Local Register as a secure card reader and mobile app that wi... #PayPal #Amazon.com