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Indian Economy in perspective: People’s commitment - The need of the hour

 

The irony of today’s democracy is that, year after year, we are witnessing a hung parliament. This demands the PM of any coalition to keep himself always busy managing the contradictions between the various allies and the compulsions of his own parent party. He does not have the necessary mandate to have the important bills passed in the parliament. The economy therefore remains in a limbo as has been the case for the past 3 years.

Indian Banking Scenario: Need for a revolutionary approach towards privatization

Paper No. 75

Political stability and Economic Growth: Time for Political parties to junk their ostrich like attitude:

           Paper No. 81

Political uncertainty, no doubt, is an investor’s nightmare. It does disturb the flow of foreign direct investment plans both into the private sector as well as the government owned public sector units and that surely affects economic growth.

Globalisation versus Swadeshi - A tricky problem for Vajpayee

Paper No. 134                                                    

by  R.Upadhyay

Sri Lanka: Heroes’ Day Speech of Prabakaran: Too much is being read. Update No. 39

Paper No. 167                                                29/11/2002

by Dr. S. Chandrasekharan

SRI LANKA: What is holding up discussion on ISGA?: Update 69.

Paper No. 241                                          01/10/2004

by Dr. S. Chandrasekharan

In our  update 67 dated 8th August, we had made a suggestion that the GOSL (Government of Sri Lanka) should relent from their position and talk on the ISGA proposals rather than continuing the stalemate. The GOSL may have reservations on the details and so de we ( see our update 52 and paper 1115), but as pointed out, accepting to talk on ISGA proposals does not amount to accepting the proposals as such.

NEPAL: Disaster at Kalikot for the Army- its significance

Paper No. 272                                                      12/08/2005

by Dr. S. Chandrasekharan

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