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Nitin Desai

Nitin Desai: RIP Planning Commission
Nitin Desai

The Planning Commission has not been central to the policymaking process since the mid-1960s

Barun Roy

Barun Roy: Banking on development
Barun Roy

The New Development Bank and AIIB are welcome but can they assuage the growing hunger for infrastructure funding?

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Vikram Gandhi & Chandni Ohri: Acche din for the financially excluded or too much din?
Vikram Gandhi & Chandni Ohri

The poor and unbanked can take their rightful place as consumers of financial services only if the Modi government encourages different entities ...