Anil Padmanabhan
Anil Padmanabhan is deputy managing editor of Mint and writes every week on the intersection of politics and economics.
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India: rules vs exception-based
Mon, Jun 29 2015. 09 39 AM

India: rules vs exception-based

While the idea of a rules-based regime is new, the mindset of the nation, especially among the ruling elite, favours exception
The birth of anti-Congressism
Tue, Jun 23 2015. 01 36 AM

The birth of anti-Congressism

Not only did the Emergency signal the formal birth of an anti-Congress mood in the country, but it also triggered structural fault lines that the country’s oldest party never overcame
Political lexicon of impropriety
Mon, Jun 22 2015. 12 23 AM

Political lexicon of impropriety

The implicit claim is that these are not necessarily culpable offences
Book review: The Emergency
Sat, Jun 20 2015. 12 58 PM

Book review: The Emergency

An anecdote-heavy memoir of journalist Coomi Kapoor who worked through this dark phase in India’s history
Is there a Modi doctrine?
Sun, Jun 14 2015. 11 52 PM

Is there a Modi doctrine?

India is rewriting its strategic policy and this could, albeit prematurely, be dubbed the Modi Doctrine
States to wield more fiscal powers
Thu, Jun 11 2015. 12 29 AM

States to wield more fiscal powers

Sixty-six schemes funded by central govt may be whittled down to 20; allocation to states to be customized
Rural distress and politicians
Mon, Jun 08 2015. 02 03 AM

Rural distress and politicians

Politicians prefer a short-term response over a more nuanced, structural solution to the problem of rural distress
Amit Shah | The party planner
Fri, Jun 05 2015. 12 40 AM

Amit Shah | The party planner

In some ways, the BJP chief’s success in expanding the party’s footprint across the country holds the key to the passage of critical reforms in Parliament
New tax mantra: Fear is the key
Tue, Jun 02 2015. 01 30 AM

New tax mantra: Fear is the key

There is a clear message being sent out by the tax authorities: tax evasion (like smoking) is at your own risk
Future elections to be based on politics of performance: Amit Shah
Mon, May 25 2015. 08 38 AM

Future elections to be based on politics of performance: Amit Shah

Shah says ‘Make In India’ and skill development will prove to be the biggest steps in solving the country’s unemployment problem

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