The Debt to Narasimha Rao

TP Sreenivasan

Whether he is honoured with the title or not, he is a Bharat Ratna

PV Narasimha Rao: The Saga of the Southerner

An anecdotal portrait of the PV Narasimha Rao you may not know

A Leader Comes Home

PV Narasimha Rao, one of India’s most misunderstood prime ministers, finally gets a biography he deserves

25 Years of 1991 Reforms: In Praise of Creative Destruction

Twenty-five years after the reforms of 1991, India needs more if the country is to escape the Middle Income Trap

Welcoming Foreign Money, Slowly

India opens up key sectors to investment from overseas but it may take a while to boost economic activity

Lobster as a Metaphor

1991 A Personal History

“The World Is at My feet”

India according to a liberalisation child

Tall Tales

Hoping to ‘debunk’ myths about India’s growth, Bhagwati and Panagariya spin some fairy tales of their own

Who Killed the Reforms Rabbit?

The Indian middle-class, the biggest beneficiary of liberalisation, is the prime accused. Here is why


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