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Rajeev Malik: Now for the hard part

Raghuram Rajan has work to do, in order to broaden and cement his legacy

Rajeev Malik: Inside Governor Rajan's mind

Proponents of early monetary easing are poised to be disappointed

Rajeev Malik: Mr Jaitley's moment of truth

A wider fiscal deficit despite higher divestment will be a disappointing beginning

Rajeev Malik: Say no to inflation Botox

Growth-inflation balance is delicately positioned and requires surgery rather than more Botox

Rajeev Malik: Hit the ground running

The new government will be closely watched for its approach towards the multi-pronged hit from the poor monsoon

Rajeev Malik: Hurry slowly

The new prime minister should learn from the mistakes of the current government and pay more attention to inflation

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