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The Gajendra Chauhan syndrome: Why politicians are trying to take over RBI

Vivek Kaul

The politicians are at it again—trying to fill up their people everywhere. The latest casualty of what I will call the Gajendra Chauhan syndrome of Indian politics, is likely to be the Reserve Bank of India (RBI). 1,278 more words


The Hindu - Government paralysed by contradictions, excessive controls

At the centre of this controversy are Union Finance Minister Arun Jaitley and Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh

Smita Gupta

New Delhi, 24 July 2015. Just a little over a year in power, the Modi government is gradually becoming dysfunctional, its members pulling in different directions, highly placed sources within it indicated on Thursday. 149 more words


Arun Jaitley Is The real Grammar Nazi

Yesterday at the monsoon session of our parliament, Congress leader Hanumantha Rao was seen holding a placard, “Sushma Swaraj should sacked.” Arun Jaitley, who is the Minister of Finance, BJP corrected the grammatical error. 83 more words


Bringing Black Money to Light: India's New Undisclosed Foreign Income and Assets Bill

Earlier this year, India’s Parliament passed a new bill aimed at unearthing “black money,” unreported and often illicit funds stored abroad as a means of tax avoidance. 1,552 more words


Unfair trading: Finance Minister initiates probe

New Delhi, July 9: The Ministry of Finance will probe the allegations made by a whistleblower in which it was stated that there have been flaws in the tick by tick server of the NSE which is giving few traders an advantage over the rest. 31 more words

Vicky Nanjappa

India to roll out $20 billion food welfare plan by December | Reuters

India will roll out its multi-billion dollar food welfare plan by December, the food minister said, allowing 67 percent of its 1.2 billion people access to cheap rice and wheat. 137 more words


Sadananda Gowda: Latest Entrant To BJP’s ‘Silly’ Statement Making Squad

While the Vyapam scam has tainted the BJP’s image, Law Minister Sadananda Gowda’s statement in the media today has exacerbated the situation. On being questioned by the media about the PM’s silence on the Vyapam Deaths, Gowda stated: 924 more words