Archive for March, 2011

The importance of constitutional morality

From telecom to mining, India’s cupboard of caprice and corruption is overflowing with enormous figures being thrown around in an almost off-hand manner. It...

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The country left behind

Based on the 64th round of the National Sample Survey (NSS), a report on migration was released in India. According to the report, 28.5 percent of Indians were...

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Mutual Benefit

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Incentive for MPs to be accountable to their voters

The second day of the budget session of Parliament saw disruptions as several Lok Sabha Members of Parliament (MPs) from Telangana walked into the well of the...

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Pareto

How does fiscal deficit impact inflation in India? JEEVAN KUMAR KHUNDRAKPAM and SITIKANTHA PATTANAIK of RBI in a paper (“Global Crisis, Fiscal Response and Medium-term...

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Open up the Rupee

PayPal, the company that pioneered payments and money transfers on the internet, recently announced a change in the payment system for Indian residents, by setting...

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K Subrahmanyam

The man who made strategy

Krishnaswamy Subrahmanyam, doyen of modern Indian strategic thinkers passed away on Feb 2nd, 2011, at the age of 82. Rich tributes have been written by those...

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Correcting years of neglect

South Asia is the second most unstable region in the world, and may even overtake West Asia to reach the first place. Among the world’s major democracies, India...

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Who’s the Karmapa?

The controversy over just who is the 17th Gyalwa Karmapa has dogged the Kagyu sect for nearly three decades, after the 16th Karmapa died in 1981. Both claimants...

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Alif

Alif

Questioning The Right To Immunity Roznama Ausaf’s January 29 editorial criticised the Pakistani government’s handling of the Ramond Davis issue, where an American...

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