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Sep 27, 2012
Raghu Rajan unplugged: Good economics makes good politicsBut so long as both the ruling coalition and the Opposition are hooked on populism, good economics doesn't stand much of a chance.
Sep 21, 2012
If these are economic reforms, I'm Amitabh BachchanToo many ordinary changes are being dubbed as big ticket economic reforms by the pink business newspapers while what is needed is not being addressed.
Sep 17, 2012
How Manmohan's omelette came out as scrambled eggDespite the sudden rush of blood to the head on reforms last Friday, Manmohanomics in UPA-2 has been a story of messing things up.
Sep 14, 2012
Naveen Jindal, how will you get by on just six LPG cylinders?There is perhaps nothing that illustrates the perversion of subsidies on LPG as the fact that some of India's richest and most influential and powerful men were making such disproportionate use of the subsidies intended for poorer sections.
Sep 11, 2012
President says cutting subsidies only solution to contain deficitWith the rising global prices of crude oil and hardening of other commodities, it is expected that fiscal deficit could breach the budget estimate for the current fiscal.
Sep 10, 2012
EGoM to discuss crop loan rate cut issue tomorrowTo provide relief to drought-hit farmers, the Empowered Group of Ministers (EGoM) on drought is likely to take up the proposal of slashing interest rate on crops loans, that are rescheduled into term loans, to 7 percent from the existing 12 percent
Sep 07, 2012
How our sinking oil firms are holding up bank creditIf hapless oil companies weren't borrowing like crazy to buy crude, we would have had negative credit growth this year.
Aug 28, 2012
EGoM on drought to meet on 3 September to discuss relief measuresThe Empowered group of Ministers (EGoM) on drought will meet on September 3 to discuss further relief measures in some parts of the country that are facing deficit rains, Agriculture Minister Sharad Pawar said.
Aug 02, 2012
Food supply needs to be fixed to manage inflation: RBIRBI listed subsidies and bottlenecks in food supply as issues, among others that need to be addressed by the government for prudent inflation management.
Aug 01, 2012
Groping in the dark: Power crisis is a metaphor for IndiaThe economic and political dynamic that underlies India's power sector - and the larger India story - is geared towards feeding a systemic collapse.