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What the numbers say: Australia should win the World Cup, India will be in semis

Updated : Feb 17, 2015

By : FP Editors

Category : Sports

What the numbers say: Australia should win the World Cup, India will be in semis

Two cricket loonies have worked out a statistical databank from which it is possible to predict outcomes of games two times out of three. This tells us that Australia should win the 11th ODI World Cup. #Sports #World Cup #Cricket #Sachin Tendulkar #Virat Kohli #MS Dhoni #Clive Lloyd #Surjit Bhalla #Book Review #2015 ICC World Cup #World Cup 2015 #CWC 2015 #Criconomics #Ankur Choudhary
Resistance to Modi's ambitious welfare schemes: Why the PM needs to get bolder

Updated : Oct 08, 2014

By : hidden hidden

Category : Economy

Resistance to Modi's ambitious welfare schemes: Why the PM needs to get bolder

Economists at brokerage CLSA estimate potential savings at $13-$15 billion #UPA #Narendra Modi #reform #Subsidy #Cash transfers #NDA #Uday Kotak #Surjit Bhalla #Jan Dhan Yojana
The math proves that Sonia's Food Security Bill is a big hoax

Updated : Jul 06, 2013

By : R Jagannathan

Category : Economy

The math proves that Sonia's Food Security Bill is a big hoax

Forget the economic damage and inflation, the Food Security Bill's math shows that it may not even intend to deliver what it promises. #India #Sonia Gandhi #GDP #UPA #P. Chidambaram #Congress #Food security #Food Security Bill #GoodReads #Surjit Bhalla
Union Budget 2013: On whom will Chidambaram's tax axe fall?

Updated : Feb 27, 2013

By : FP Staff

Category : Budget 2013

Union Budget 2013: On whom will Chidambaram's tax axe fall?

While the economists Firstpost spoke to agreed that a flat tax rate would be the ideal situation, the focus for the finance minister should be to curb wasteful expenditure to shore up its finances. #Chidambaram #Dividend #Taxation #Surjit Bhalla #Budget 2013 #super-rich tax #budget2013-videos #Soak the rich
Why a weaker rupee isn't fuelling India's growth

Updated : Dec 18, 2012

By : FP Staff

Category : Economy

Why a weaker rupee isn't fuelling India's growth

India's failure to enhance labour productivity is the primary reason why its gains in terms of higher exports have not been proportionate to the rupee's fall over the past year. #RBI #Monetary policy #Rupee #Amartya Sen #Raghuram Rajan #exports #Surjit Bhalla
Cutting subsidies is key to fiscal correction: Surjit Bhalla

Updated : Mar 13, 2012

By : Manika Premsingh

Category : Economy

Cutting subsidies is key to fiscal correction: Surjit Bhalla

Economist Surjit Bhalla of Oxus Investment says that the budget must target subsidies and also reduce the NREGA allocations next year. #Surjit Bhalla #Budget2012 #Subsidies in India #Budget2012Videos #Fiscal Correction #Firstpost Anniversary
Hard money: It's less Subbarao vs FM, more PMO vs Sonia

Updated : Dec 17, 2011

By : R Jagannathan

Category : Economy

Hard money: It's less Subbarao vs FM, more PMO vs Sonia

The UPA's economics is being driven by Sonia Gandhi's foot on the accelerator, the RBI governor's on the brake and Manmohan's on the clutch. #Sonia Gandhi #Manmohan Singh #Pranab Mukherjee #Monetary policy #C Rangarajan #Kaushik Basu #Surjit Bhalla