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Modi’s love for industrialists

Industrialists are not be hated. They are not persona non-grata. They are also the citizens of the country and hence Prime Minister Narendra Modi needs to take care ...
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India’s elephantine economic jump

India is on the fast track to become the engine of world economy. Thanks to positive policies and politics of performance of the current dispensation under the dynamic ...
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Go out and invest confidently

Chandigarh, December 14: By :RR Chinku The markets are near all-time highs and investors are fearful and waiting for a correction. However, these fears are unfounded. The Sensex, ...
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Recapitalisation plan must not derail the fight against NPAs

The Centre’s decision to infuse Rs 2.11 lakh crore into banks under the recapitalisation plan is certainly a good move, but public sector banks (PSBs) must not get ...
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PART—VI No need to be soft with PSBs on NPA issue

It will amount to playing ducks and drakes with the economy if the Centre decides to be soft with public sector banks (PSBs) and even private sector banks ...
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India’s urge to get rid of hunger

India in 21st century is being haunted by the problem of widespread hunger and malnutrition. International Food Policy Research Institute (IFPRI) has put India at any abysmal 110th ...
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PART—II NPAs cannot derail Indian economy

Notwithstanding the fact that non-performing assets (NPAs) of public sector banks were never handled seriously during the UPA regime, which only worsen the situation, the current NDA government ...
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Growth without empowering masses amounts to abortion

We Indians have an excellent style to look at the pressing issues. We are aggressive in pursuing the issues which suit us politically, socially and economically. We are ...
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Indian Railways needs ‘surgical strike’ of total reforms

Only ‘surgical strikes’ of reforms and transparency can save Indian Railways from further deterioration. The change of guard won’t do any good if fundamentals of Indian Railways are ...
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As India acquires a new image, foreign tourists flock the country

Prime Minister Narendra Modi has given a new boost to India’s tourism sector in a manner which none of his predecessors could do. Thanks to his aggressive foreign ...
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Nepotism in Indian politics leading to new lows in our democracy

There is nothing new so far as nepotism in Indian democracy is concerned. However, there is difference between nepotism practiced in Indian democracy just after independence and what ...
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Steel Minister talks tough after Modi gives him a new lease of life

Union Steel Minister Chaudhary Birendra Singh was on his way out during the recent reshuffle, but Dera Sacha Sauda controversy, building tension in view of Jat reservation and ...
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Five gainers, five losers in Modi’s latest Cabinet reshuffle

Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s latest Cabinet reshuffle is not just a matter of surprise but a serious pointer to the new churning taking place within the Bharatiya Janata ...
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Need to strengthen system, not individuals!

Indian way of governance has many great features and serious lacunae as well. Its great features keep Indian system afloat against all odds, while the increasing dependence on ...
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Violence in Haryana is a bad omen for Indian economy

Large scale violence in Haryana in the wake of conviction of controversial Dera Sacha Sauda chief Gurmeet Ram Rahim’s conviction in a rape case comes as another setback ...
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Interaction for inclusive development

Bureaucrats are an important cog in achieving the goal of inclusive development, the area of thrust for NDA government at the Centre. Prime Minister Narendra Modi is leaving ...
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Acid test of Prof Rajeev Kumar at NITI Aayog

Prof Rajeev Kumar, an economist from the Centre for Policy Research (CPR), is faced with multiple challenges at NITI Aayog, a responsibility which he will officially take over ...
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This rate cut is booster for ‘sustained’ economy

India Inc aspires for a massive cut in prime lending rate, but the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) under the leadership of Governor Urjit Patel is not keen ...
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Dealing with Rs 8 lakh crore ‘scandalous’ NPAs

The non-performing assets (NPAs) of banks have assumed a ‘scandalous’ proportion. It is painful see the banks’ inability in recovering money from the defaulters. Even if the banks ...
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Agriculture in Punjab: Caught in throes of multiple woes

Agrarian crisis in Punjab has adopted a political hue like any other state of the country, but the pitiability of small and marginal farmers, who are said to ...
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