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Coal and corruption
Fri, Oct 17 2014. 10 46 PM

Coal and corruption

Coal-related corruption stories are breaking worldwide, shining a light on the murky space between ‘illegal’ and ‘improper’ where the extractive industries work
India’s inflation hawks must sort out differences
Fri, Oct 17 2014. 01 44 PM

India’s inflation hawks must sort out differences

The uncertainty caused by inflation is a dampener to growth in an emerging economy like India
Jean Tirole’s believable equilibria
Fri, Oct 17 2014. 12 47 PM

Jean Tirole’s believable equilibria

The winner of this year’s Nobel prize for Economics, professor Jean Tirole, is easily a hedgehog with the achievements of a fox
Modi government’s MGNREGA conundrum
Fri, Oct 17 2014. 12 36 PM

Modi government’s MGNREGA conundrum

If Narendra Modi does not believe in a social safety net like MGNREGA, he should repeal the Act. Or else, reform it
The spectre of global disinflation
Fri, Oct 17 2014. 10 34 AM

The spectre of global disinflation

Much depends on how central bankers react to the price shock—and there is already loose talk about QE4
Fuzzy numbers make China’s economy world’s biggest
Fri, Oct 17 2014. 10 02 AM

Fuzzy numbers make China’s economy world’s biggest

The IMF has just reported that China, not the US, is now the world’s largest economy. Is it really?
Ebola scare: India has nothing to worry about, and everything
Fri, Oct 17 2014. 12 54 AM

Ebola scare: India has nothing to worry about, and everything

India has no option but to pull out all stops to maintain a stringent screening regime at all points of entry into the country
Narendra Modi, India’s constant campaigner
Fri, Oct 17 2014. 12 54 AM

Narendra Modi, India’s constant campaigner

Why is Modi’s life little changed from April and May, when he roved the country for what was the most successful election campaign by a politician
The truth about love jihad
Thu, Oct 16 2014. 08 16 PM

The truth about love jihad

Organizations of the Hindu Right have depicted Muslim men as lustful sexual predators right from the 1920s
Pause. Ask why Kailash Satyarthi won the Nobel Peace Prize
Thu, Oct 16 2014. 12 05 PM

Pause. Ask why Kailash Satyarthi won the Nobel Peace Prize

And join him to fight the menace of child slavery and labour in India
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