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Mar 21, 2014
Why cronyism peaked during UPA, and why it may now be in remissionCrony capitalism is the inevitable fallout of an endlessly expanding state - especially a state that is weak and lacks authority. But state bankruptcy may be helping reverse this trend
Mar 19, 2014
Rediffusion Y&R creates new campaign for TVS TyresArray
Mar 04, 2014
How UPA brought back Big Government: Under Pranab, it was 1980s reduxAfter a small reversal during the NDA regime, UPA has seen the return of Big Government. This has elbowed private industry, raised inflation and brought down growth
Feb 27, 2014
Modinomics: The missing but necessary detailsIn three major appearances in Delhi, Modi said all the right things. What people wanted to know more of was what he had very little to say on, including the thorny economic issues of the day
Feb 27, 2014
Right to food, or right to loot? Rs 1 lakh crore of food subsidy will not reach the poorIt takes Rs 3.65 to reach Re 1 of food to the poor. And of this Re 1. only 43 paise reaches the right beneficiary. The rest goes to the wrong people
Feb 17, 2014
Forget the red line: Here are the bloodstains under Chidambaram's rugHow did Chidambaram produce a lower fiscal deficit and still provide for duty giveaways? As usual, by creative accounting.
Jan 21, 2014
Hike in LPG cylinder quota likely to be considered this week: MoilyIf the quota is raised to 12, about 97 percent of the LPG consumers would be covered by subsidised LPG, he said.
Jan 18, 2014
Rahul's way: How to kill LPG reform with one sentenceThe decision to raise the subsidised cylinder limit to 12 means 99 percent of LPG consumers will get cash in their bank accounts before then polls. The LPG reform is essentially dead.
Jan 17, 2014
AAP to meet economists, industrialists on Sunday to pen plan for economyThe move comes after the party drew flak from the Congress and some of the industrialists for opposing the FDI in the retail sector in Delhi.
Jan 15, 2014
Chidu's fiscal fiction: FinMin is busy cooking the booksThe finance ministry will leave behind a messed up exchequer by using up next year's revenues and pushing this year's expenses to the next year - a right royal challenge for the government