Vivek Kaul
The burst of reforms of 1991 made it easier to do business in India—foreign companies were allowed into different sectors and private Indian companies also flourished Art: The Tourists by Nayanaa Kanodia, mixed media on paper  (Courtesy: Nayanaa Kanodia/Gallery Veda)

India: then and now

6 min read . 21 Jan 2021
(From left) Economist Tim Harford; former RBI governor Urjit Patel; and Maruti Suzuki chairman R.C. Bhargava
Rural India may not be on as strong a wicket as is commonly believed and the government isn’t in a position to do much given that its tax revenues have collapsed. (Photo: Mint)
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