Indian economy

Economic Reforms: The Growth and Gloom Story

Siddharth Singh

Beyond the magic figure of 7.6 lies the bigger challenge for the Modi Government

Pratap Bhanu Mehta: Argue or Be Damned

President of the Centre for Policy Research, Prata Bhanu Mehta has no qualms speaking his mind about the Modi Government's trampling of civil liberties

Raghuram Rajan: The Big Bank Theorist

When the world is hurtling through economic crises and India stands relatively unhurt, the credit, in no small measure, goes to Raghuram Rajan

PV Narasimha Rao: The Outsider Who Dared

PV Narasimha Rao needed somebody who would be adept at tackling the immediate problems, come up with out-of-the-box solutions, and take courageous decisions to pull the country back from the precipice. He plumped for Manmohan Singh

Time to Smile: Growth Gains Momentum

A new frenzy of hope grips Raisina Hill as growth gains momentum

Rising from the ashes, slowly

The three ‘shocks’ that are transforming India. But don’t expect miracles

‘India gave enough time for the culprits to flee’

Former Swiss banker and whistleblower Rudolf Elmer says that black money from the subcontinent stashed away in Swiss banks is used for terror activities. Exclusive interview with Deputy Editor Ullekh NP

Diehard Debt and the Devil in its Details

Let’s face it, the Indian economy just cannot afford to give the idea of equity the go-by

Is There a Plan?

India’s economy is in crisis and there exist ways to address it. But it looks as if little will happen until a new government takes office

Rs 1 crore crore: a Lever Long Enough?

India’s GDP is set to hit a big round figure of Rs 1 crore crore this new financial year. Here’s hoping it evokes reflection, not triumphalism


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