Lok Sabha Election 2019: Why investors want Narendra Modi back for another term rather than a fractured Congress-led coalition
The Indian economy's biggest disadvantage is its weak political Opposition that can’t offer a better roadmap for the economy than what the Narendra Modi-government has done so far
Congress manifesto's oxymoronic promises show Rahul is a curious mix of misplaced idealism, reckless populism
Rahul Gandhi’s ideas remind one of the Fabian socialism of his great-grandfather Jawaharlal Nehru and the socialist experiments of his grandmother Indira Gandhi.
Rahul Gandhi says NYAY was inspired from Narendra Modi’s Rs 15 lakh promise, claims PM ‘looks shaken’ after announcement
Congress president Rahul Gandhi on Friday said his idea for a minimum income guarantee scheme for the poorest of poor came from Prime Minister Narendra Modi's 'Rs 15 lakh promise' made ahead of the 2014 Lok Sabha polls.
Rahul Gandhi's minimum income promise a half-baked scheme that hides key details and misleads public
Rahul Gandhi’s announcement of the minimum income guarantee scheme is a formal acceptance of defeat
Minimum income guarantee promise will most likely shift attention from the more serious unemployment problem.
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Rahul Gandhi's minimum income guarantee scheme is a bold, imaginative and socioeconomically prudent idea.
Rahul Gandhi's minimum income scheme is 'Garibi Hatao' 2019, will be mere talking point unless he becomes PM
Way back in 1971, Indira Gandhi rode to power at the Centre on a lofty Garibi Hatao (remove poverty) slogan. Forty-eight years later, her grandson and Congress president Rahul Gandhi has done something similar
Rahul Gandhi's minimum income guarantee scheme, if it comes to fruition, will be the biggest in the world
Rahul Gandhi's blockbuster announcement of a minimum income guarantee scheme of Rs 72,000 per household per year if the UPA comes to power in the Lok Sabha election will be the biggest social protection scheme attempted anywhere in the world