Macroeconomic stability with low inflation has been achieved with policy perseverance. Throwing the gains away would not be judicious
If there's truth in allegation that it was a hasty decision, declaring it failure may be equally so
Tolerance for corrupt politicians has gone down, but voters' fury is yet to throw them out of office
The inflation enemy may have been weakened, but may be far from dead
White Revolution, based on milk processing and distribution, provides pointers for horticulture
Partition had a devastating impact on the state's economy and entrepreneurship
Arun Jaitley is right in proposing GST from July 1
Under Indira and Rajiv Gandhi, he made revolutionary contributions in popularising cheap credit
Dismissing the verdict as only polarisation is an oversimplification. A lot more is at work
Odisha started its economic transformation late, but is catching up fast with the national trend
The recent demonetisation should be judged to have delivered some immediate gain if at least around Rs 2 trillion gets immobilised
The liquidity crunch may extend far beyond the calendar year. A quick way to remonetise would be to import currency notes
Initiating reforms that are work in progress is fairly common among countries, including India. Remember CENVAT?
The acquisition process was bad in law but the reconversion of land for agriculture may be another mistake. Is there a way out?
The Indian economy can grow if it is delinked from the slow growth in the West and the deceleration in China