Demonetisation: Truth Vs Hype [Part I]

This is the first of a two part series on Demonetisation. Many economists and Nobel laureates have propounded their view on the issue, many a times more of a rhetoric than pure reasoning. Reading all those comments, speeches by someone renowned for

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Demonetisation: Truth Vs Hype [Part II]

This is the second of a two part series on Demonetisation. MYTH -3 UNDER PLANNED AND IMPROPER IMPLEMENTATION Everyone has liberty to speak in a free democracy, however if they speak with facts, rather than rhetoric it would sound nice. I have trie

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National Anthem Order: A Curious Case Of Coercing Over Convincing

Perhaps, before I begin my rant, I must declare that I ­love my country and while not very proud of it as it stands currently, I accept it as my home and I try my best to make it better. (A technical legal opinion will follow soon) The dis

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Andhra Pradesh : A 'Special' Case

A Yajna in Haridwar by YSR Congress Chief Jagan, a private member bill by a senior Congress MP, KVP Ramachandra Rao, state-wide bandhs, several high profile protests outside Parliament and two and a half years of nagging for 'special status'

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Why Modi's Idea to Hold Simultaneous Elections is a Bad One

Prime Minister Narendra Modi has recently mooted the idea of evolving a method for holding Assembly and Lok Sabha elections simultaneously. Primarily, two reasons stand out in favour of this electoral reform. With parties in perpetual election mode,

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Its Time Modi-Sarkar Realised There's More To Growth Than Development

The Narendra Modi-led BJP Government has been in power for almost 2 years now. The thumping majority they received in the Lok Sabha was testament to the fact that India was ready for a change of epic proportions. Modi stylised his campaign run on the

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