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Feb 02, 2019
Budget 2019 example of Modi's governance style, stresses push for neo-middle class striving to realise urban dreamThe 2019 Interim Budget presented on Friday is a clear example of a Narendra Modi who plans for a decade, even when he is set to face an uncertainty three months down the line in the general elections.
Feb 02, 2017
Union Budget 2017 is for Bharat, let India take care of itself; is this what Jaitley's thinking?The focus on MSMEs while cutting corporate tax rate could, some argue, enable massive job creation in the economy as the MSME sector has borne the worst impact from cash squeeze post demonetistaion
Jul 04, 2016
Congress is 'a sinking ship without a captain', says BJPBJP on Monday called Congress a "sinking ship without a captain" as it hit back at it for calling Prime Minister Narendra Modi a 'poster boy for broken promises', saying the opposition party was speaking out of frustration as Modi's work was being "hailed" everywhere.
May 09, 2015
Rebranding of Modi: PM moving himself, BJP to the pragmatic political centreThe only way to make sense of Narendra Modi's last one year of policy-making and initiatives is to understand what he is trying to achieve: shifting his party to the political centre to protect both his left and right flanks
Apr 21, 2015
Rahul's revenge: Lok Sabha 'suit-boot' speech draws blood, repays PM Modi in kindDo not underestimate the power of Rahul’s new jumla. It is a fitting punchline to a concentrated campaign that the Congress has been trying to build up against Modi.
Aug 17, 2014
Govt is pro-business, pro-poor at the same time; against high taxation: JaitleyOn retrospective taxation which the past government had brought in thus spooking investors, Jaitley said the imposition of the retrospective tax created a negative sentiment about the country.
Jul 09, 2014
Rahul's criticism is vapid, but this is not a triple A rail budgetSadananda Gowda presented a stem-the-rot budget, so Rahul's criticism that it is not pro-poor can be ignored. But Gowda's real work begins now. The speech will be forgotten, but he has to implement the Modi vision flawlessly.