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Raghuram Rajan believes that the world's largest economy, the United States of America, which has recently faced the collapse of three big banks, still has many more challenges ready for it
PM trusted the poor: BJP leader Amit Malviya slams former RBI chief Raghuram Rajan over Mudra Yojana
Calling out former Reserve Bank of India (RBI) governor Raghuram Rajan in a tweet, BJP leader Amit Malviya claimed that NPAs of the Pradhan Mantri Mudra Yojana - also known as Mudra loan scheme - are lower than the banking sector average 7 years after it was launched by Prime Minister Narendra Modi
His comments came a day after former RBI governor Raghuram Rajan said India is not facing the kind of problems which have hit Sri Lanka and Pakistan.
Former RBI governor Raghuram Rajan represents the mindset and the ecosystem that has for the past eight years tried to scuttle India’s growth trajectory at every opportunity
Known for his frank views, the economist and former RBI governor said the government needs to do more to prevent a K-shaped recovery of the economy hit by the coronavirus pandemic
The council is to prepare a roadmap for 'rapid' and inclusive economic growth of the state, Banwarilal Purohit said in his first address to the House
Pratap Bhanu Mehta a thorn to establishment, says Raghuram Rajan on professor's exit from Ashoka University
In a Linkedin post, former RBI governor Rajan said that free speech has suffered a "grievous blow" in India this week as professor Mehta, one of India's finest political scientists, resigned from the varsity
Edward Luce to deliver 2021 Girish Karnad Memorial Lecture on US politics, impact of presidential election on India
Previous speakers have included Dr Sowmya Swaminanthan, Jean Dreze, historian and political theorist Sunil Khilnani, and Raghuram Rajan.
Ex-World Bank economist says RBI's proposal to allow businesses into banking is 'good-looking' step in 'bad direction'
Kaushik Basu added that there is a good reason that all successful economies have a clear line between industries and corporations on one hand, and banks and lending organisations on the other
In a paper on LinkedIn, they said the proposal is "best left on the shelf" and that it is important to stick to the tried and tested limits on involvement of business houses in the banking sector
Tata Literature Live! The Mumbai LitFest 2020: On Day 2, focus on India’s economic slowdown, and literary bonus for kids
An evening panel discussion featuring Raghuram Rajan and Jayati Gosh on how to rescue the Indian economy will be one of the highlights of the day
Tata Literature Live! The Mumbai LitFest 2020: Ian McEwan to Shashi Tharoor, writers to look out for on Day 1
The festival will be inaugurated on the evening of 16 November, and will host eighty-three sessions, six performances, and multiple workshops.
Raghuram Rajan vs Sanjeev Sanyal: While India's unemployment time-bomb ticks, its adviser debates how long the fuse is
Unemployment is the big issue that the opposition Congress party is hitting hard on, especially after the pandemic-linked lockdown sent millions of migrant workers scrambling back home towards their native villages in an already slowing economy.
Rajan, Acharya may be off mark: PSU banks need strategy and focus to survive, not privatisation as remedy
The PSU banks' problem is often linked to India's burgeoning fiscal deficit that needs control because pumping taxpayer money into state-run banks is fraught with risks.
Given the length of the pandemic, more direct cash transfers to the poorest households, especially in urban areas that do not have access to MNREGA, is warranted.
People of this country don't take Congress seriously, won't fall for their claims: Amit Shah tells CNN-News18
The home minister said Gandhi is roaming around with his scheme of putting Rs 7,500 in every back account since before the general election last year.
Nirmala Sitharaman's COVID-19 package invites social criticism, but she may have more cards up her sleeves
Nirmala Sitharaman's advisers have been speaking of why fiscal prudence is important to avoid India being downgraded from investment grade by global credit rating agencies
Nirmala Sitharaman's first COVID-19 stimulus sheds moral baggage for morale booster, but fiscal puzzles remain
There is plenty to celebrate for MSMEs and other entities covered under Nirmala Sitharaman's first package of details to flesh out Prime Minister Narendra Modi's Rs 20-lakh-crore stimulus
Rahul Gandhi seems to have descended into a spiral of far Left, subversive standpoint since Narendra Modi swept to power at the Centre and the Congress started losing state after state.