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  • 24-Mar-2017 | T N Ninan

    T N Ninan: Economy at the cusp

    While good news from several quarters has been trickling in, El Nino might be a dampener

  • 17-Mar-2017 | T N Ninan

    T N Ninan: Finding winners in the market

    It goes without saying that the best performers are in the private sector

  • 10-Mar-2017 | T N Ninan

    T N Ninan: The prospects for 2019

    Will Modi and BJP repeat their 2014 performance to win absolute majority in 2019 Lok Sabha polls?

  • 03-Mar-2017 | T N Ninan

    T N Ninan: 'The opposite is also true'

    Beware of simplistic conclusions about the Indian economy, because the data are often contradictory

  • 24-Feb-2017 | T N Ninan

    T N Ninan: Will BJP change Mumbai?

    The city needs some autonomy, or it will continue to decline in all the ways that are familiar

  • 17-Feb-2017 | T N Ninan

    T N Ninan: The AAP phenomenon

    The party's drive to become a regional force contrasts with Congress' comfort in being a junior ally

  • 10-Feb-2017 | T N Ninan

    T N Ninan: Next battle - Labour reform

    Congress is already opposed to the proposed law; regional parties might become the swing factor

  • 03-Feb-2017 | T N Ninan

    T N Ninan: Revisiting Notebandi

    While people have paid the price for the disruption it caused, now is the time to reap its benefits

  • 01-Feb-2017 | T N Ninan

    T N Ninan: Bottom-line - Budget provides re-assurance

    Arun Jaitley's proposals convey a message of stability and predictability in times of uncertainty

  • 27-Jan-2017 | T N Ninan

    T N Ninan: Beyond the deceleration…

    India seems incapable of delivering what a poorer Bangladesh has done on key development goals

  • 20-Jan-2017 | T N Ninan

    T N Ninan: States are at the centre

    State budgets, which once were smaller than the central budget, are now about a third bigger

  • 13-Jan-2017 | T N Ninan

    T N Ninan: A broken model

    Revamping Railways will need bold thinking, and lots of money & time. And all three may be scarce

  • 06-Jan-2017 | T N Ninan

    T N Ninan: A Big-Bang Budget

    The meat of the proposals on the spending side are likely to have an overtly populist touch

  • 30-Dec-2016 | T N Ninan

    Modi in the age of populism

    With all his efforts to transform the economy stymied, PM wants to redefine the political narrative

  • 30-Dec-2016 | T N Ninan

    Year-end thoughts

    Those in India's public life need to stop hiding behind big numbers. Their honesty needs to be tried

  • 23-Dec-2016 | T N Ninan

    T N Ninan: Fixing a crimped Tata halo

    The real charge against Ratan Tata is that efforts to deal with his mistakes were stymied

  • 16-Dec-2016 | T N Ninan

    T N Ninan: Another Mr Clean

    A sure way to win politically in the country is to project yourself as someone untouched by corruption

  • 09-Dec-2016 | T N Ninan

    T N Ninan: Twists on the road

    Demonetisation, which was touted as the "biggest and boldest" attack on black money, has turned out to be nothing of the sort

  • 02-Dec-2016 | T N Ninan

    T N Ninan: Four weeks later

    The net benefit of demonetisation would be quite small when placed against the scale of disruption that has been caused

  • 25-Nov-2016 | T N Ninan

    T N Ninan: Job-less manufacturing

    The great wave of industrialisation that has swept across East Asia over the past 40 years is about to ebb

  • 18-Nov-2016 | T N Ninan

    T N Ninan: Our post-truths

    Mr Modi is a master in evoking the emotional reasoning that is the essence of post-truth - as indeed is Donald Trump

  • 11-Nov-2016 | T N Ninan

    T N Ninan: Socialist bonanza

    A politically savvy move, demonetisation of high-value currency notes by Mr Modi may be the most radically socialist step by any Indian PM

  • 04-Nov-2016 | T N Ninan

    T N Ninan: Banyan or sequoia?

    Conglomerates, cover wider area like the Banyan, but haven't done as well recently as stand-alone enterprises, the sequoias that are usually taller than the Qutb Minar

  • 28-Oct-2016 | T N Ninan

    T N Ninan: Dealing with a legacy

    Ratan Tata should know his legacy is secure, given where he took the group from what he had at the start

  • 21-Oct-2016 | T N Ninan

    T N Ninan: The lack of jobs

    World Bank says India stands to lose 69% of its jobs on account of automation