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The War Games

Economist Raghuram Rajan has recently said that sanctions are also weapons of mass destruction. An analysis of how these impositions can create long-term havoc and imperil commercial, fiscal and industrial activity across the globe. Also, a look into the actual beneficiaries of the war.

A Two-Faced Budget

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A Case for Independent Pr...

Recently, during his 5th Late Shri Lavu Venkateswarlu Endowment lecture in Vijayawada, Chief Justice of India (CJI) NV Ramana espoused a very fine hypothesis—the need to liberate the institution of public prosecutors. While this (freedom) is an established concept in many developed economic and social systems, including the UK and especially the US, it is a somewhat foreign concept for India. Practitioners of law and litigants in this country have suffered enough for this (lack of freedom).

Death was virtually deliv...

The system can lament, apportion blame, but it never interfered, never once tried to understand why a man would want to live among tribals and work for them, ignoring calls to comfort. Death was virtually delivered to Stan Swamy’s cell by the system.

Complexities of Privacy

The Bill is a great move in the right direction, but just merely passing it may not ameliorate all the pains of the data principal in several instances, specifically related to social media.

As a Tale Wags the Dog

Official “trends” that show India is moving more towards a formal economy, with the unorganised sector shrinking, may have overlooked starvation deaths in the MSME realm.

The Great Unicorn Rush

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The height of debt, US st...

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Chinese Checkers

The Covid-19 pandemic will feel like a mild shiver down the spine of the world’s financial markets if China’s second largest real estate developer Evergrande defaults. This will be comparable to the subprime disaster of 2007-08.

The Payments Conundrum

The big talk about huge loans being given to this sector is no more than just that, big talk. It seems India has patience only for multi-billion dollar organisations and not for those who provide sustenance for most of the workforce of the country.

News Update

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