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Mohan Guruswamy | The small stimulus and the fiscal deficit fetish

Keynesians believe consumer demand is the primary driving force in an economy

04 Jun 2020 5:04 PM

Mohan Guruswamy | History is ignored: The march of folly

There are dangers when the system leaves all decision-making to one individual, Others stop thinking

27 May 2020 7:24 PM

Mohan Guruswamy: Will migrants’ misery lead to a revolution?

The working class is nothing without the unorganised workers. In 2019, there were around 510 million workers in India

18 May 2020 7:37 PM

Mohan Guruswamy: Let’s rethink the draconian curbs

India has over 410 million workers in the unorganised sector, a majority of whom are daily-wagers earning little more than prescribed wages

29 Apr 2020 5:04 PM

Mohan Guruswamy: India remembers Chandra Shekhar, a most civilised man and leader

Chandra Shekhar believed that politics without passion was meaningless. That policy without compassion was useless.

17 Apr 2020 7:41 PM

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Mohan Guruswamy: Where's the money? Just shake the tree and pick the fruits that fall

The 1.7 lakh crore economic revival plan is just not enough. The government needs to be bolder than that

13 Apr 2020 10:15 PM

Covid19 outbreak: Tackling the effects of ill-concieved policies

The goal of social distancing is a hugely unfulfilled aspiration

01 Apr 2020 10:14 AM

Oh Calcutta! Memories of bombs, gang warfare on streets, fish head dal and intellectual ferment

The first one, and one I recall as vividly as something that happened just now, goes back to November 1969.

20 Feb 2020 2:31 AM

Sitharaman Budget: Long in form, short in content

Indirect taxes involve a bigger population cohort considering that the consumer finally pays the GST. Thus, even a matchbox results in tax revenues.

02 Feb 2020 6:36 AM

Think tanks’ role growing: Is that a good thing?

The United States always had a tradition of academics and policy wonks flitting in and out of government for short periods.

20 Jan 2020 1:50 AM

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After Putin: Will Russia see new spring in winter?

Putin’s image has been corroded by overexposure.

02 Jan 2020 1:46 AM

Separation of powers doesn’t mean 3 capitals

The idea seems to be driven by dispensing economic gains (and real estate) to the state’s three main socio-political regions.

27 Dec 2019 4:30 AM

India-China talks in Agra: No give nor take

Aksai Chin lies between Jammu and Kashmir, and China’s Xinjiang province, both regions that are also riven by separatist conflicts.

20 Dec 2019 1:29 AM

2010-2020: The decade that India has ‘lost’

The most significant cause for the decline of growth is the decline in capital investment.

17 Dec 2019 7:50 AM

Rajaji had sounded the first warning on a ‘planned’ economy

There are no examples of major economies that have grown rapidly with low rates of investment.

10 Dec 2019 12:54 AM

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Will Hyd get 5 acres to build a new Charminar?

Contrary to a widely held misconception, the monument has no religious overtones.

04 Dec 2019 2:59 AM

Democracy wins? The losers take it all

The people of Maharashtra had spoken and under normal circumstances their wishes should have been respected.

27 Nov 2019 1:16 AM

Sharp economics offers glimpse of Swamy we never had

Reset is a well-crafted and articulated study of what ails the India economy.

24 Nov 2019 8:16 AM

Rafale dogfight: Exoneration of process, not graft

The comparable costs of the 126 and 36 aircraft deals can only be assessed when all the costs are factored in.

16 Nov 2019 12:13 AM

A Solomonic verdict, but not quite closure

Advani is still the popular villain of the liberal set because he set off on his Rath Yatra wanting a Ram Mandir built in Ayodhya.

10 Nov 2019 12:00 AM

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