HP Vs PUN | Round 4 - Match 70 Nov 12, 2019
HP 74/8 (17.0)
GOA Vs UTT | Round 4 - Match 65 Nov 12, 2019
GOA 119/9 (20.0)
BEN Vs HAR | Round 4 - Match 67 Nov 12, 2019
BEN 98/5 (16.0)
HYD Vs CHA | Round 4 - Match 71 Nov 12, 2019
CHA 40/4 (8.0)
RAJ Vs VID | Round 4 - Match 66 Nov 12, 2019
VID 43/1 (7.0)
JHA Vs SIK | Round 4 - Match 69 Nov 12, 2019
SIK 36/2 (6.0)
JK Vs ODS | Round 4 - Match 60 Nov 12, 2019
JK 41/1 (7.0)
PUD Vs MUM | Round 4 - Match 72 Nov 12, 2019
MUM 54/2 (6.4)
GUJ Vs NAG | Round 4 - Match 68 Nov 12, 2019
NAG 100/7 (20.0)
TRI Vs UP | Round 4 - Match 58 Nov 12, 2019
UP 50/3 (5.2)
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Feb 28, 2015
Economic Survey 2014-15 sees no need for 'big bang' reforms to get 10 percent growthThe Economic Survey tabled in parliament is more optimistic in tone than others in the recent past. It sees "creative incrementalism" as the route to reforms and raising GDP growth to double-digits. One-shot big bang reform is not needed
Feb 28, 2015
Little Bang: Economic Survey 2015 takes a realistic view on reformsThe double-digit growth that the Economic Survey sees as possible is not statistically difficult. More interesting is the practical approach it takes to reforms in a diverse, democratic polity.
Feb 23, 2015
Not good enough: Subsidy cuts in Budget 2015 may disappoint investorsIndia may slash its food and fuel subsidy bill by about $8 billion in the budget, two sources said, but despite the impressive headline, the cut is not as radical as free market champions had hoped for in Prime Minister Narendra Modi's first full budget.
Jan 22, 2015
India to reduce subsidies to cut down expenditure: JaitleyIndia wants to reduce its subsidy bill, estimated at near two percent of its gross domestic product, to cut down state expenditure and transfer funds to other sectors, the finance minister said.
Jan 20, 2015
After diesel, Modi govt wants to decontrol urea, but it won't work if done in small dosesThe NDA government is working on a plan for the gradual phaseout of urea price controls. But an extended phaseout will be politically tougher than a quick one-shot affair. The government should do it quickly.
Jan 19, 2015
From public spending to growth: What Arun Jaitley said at CII meetAhead of the 2015-16 Budget, Finance Minister Arun Jaitley today said there was a need to rationalise all subsidies and ensure stability in policies to attract investment and drive growth.
Jan 19, 2015
Revealed: The Modi economic vision for Bharat, India, and India IncPrime Minister Narendra Modi expanded on his economic, social and political vision on 16 January at a business summit organised by a pink newspaper. Here's decoding what he meant, and the gaps he left open in the vision
Jan 17, 2015
Min govt, max governance: There are gaps in Modi's vision that need fillingModi's expanded vision of the role of the state has reveals some inconsistencies in areas like public sector companies, food procurement, and provision of health and education. He needs to sort them out to fulfil his vision.
Dec 04, 2014
Goldilocks solution: FM gets oil pricing formula just right, with good politics, economicsThe NDA is using favourable global circumstances to fix the fundamentally unsound UPA oil pricing policies. You could attribute it all to luck, but policy pluck is also in evidence.
Nov 19, 2014
Jan Dhan may get Modi into Guinness book, but duplicate accounts will burden banksIn the absence of a careful approach, as the RBI highlighted, 7.5 crore zero-balance accounts will become a liability to the system