It might finally be time to consider an inclusive economic model.
Sacrifice is so pre-liberalization.
Trouble within and without.
Panagariya reportedly said he will return to academia.
"We cannot be growing at 7.5 per cent and then you say that jobs are not growing, investments are not growing at a satisfactory pace."
'Need to ensure farmer's get better prices'
NEW DELHI -- A good monsoon can help add "a percentage point" to India's GDP growth in the current fiscal, from 7.6 per cent
You have every right to give a fair warning that there are 27 other officials on your list who you think need to be "fixed". This is too modest a figure, for a vast and Byzantine bureaucracy. About time we had a comprehensive purge.
There's something about serving in the Modi government that converts seemingly sensible people into inept spinmeisters. Consider the respected Columbia University economist and NITI Aayog Vice Chairman Arvind Panagariya. In an 8 May 2016 Business Standard op-ed titled The turnaround in infrastructure, he reeled off the Modi government's many accomplishments in this arena. Following which he warned critics to "ponder the fate of infrastructure in the country had the previous administration continued." Except, if anybody bothers to look closer, Panagariya's claims turn out to be irrelevant, misleading or simply false.
India has every chance of becoming an export powerhouse, Prime Minister Narendra Modi's top economic adviser told Reuters
NEW DELHI -- Keeping hopes alive for an 8 per cent growth rate this fiscal, NITI Aayog Vice-Chairman Arvind Panagariya has
NEW DELHI -- India's growth rate is expected to accelerate to 8 per cent in the current financial year and the economy will
Indian farmers and their children recognize the superior prospects that faster-growing industry and services can potentially offer. According to a recent survey conducted by the NGO Lokniti, 62 percent of all farmers say that they would quit farming if they could get a job in the city. As for their children, 76 percent say that they would like to take a profession other than farming.
Columbia University economics professor Arvind Panagariya has been named the vice-chairman of Niti Aayog, the body that will