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    Abheek Barman

    Editor, ET

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    Arun Jaitley's death leaves gaping void in BJP's perception gameView: India should have naturalised the poor, desperate immigrantsView: Is India as fiscally fit as it is shown to be?View: Beyond the facade of feel-good growth numbers lies a picture of gloom
    New Delhi must reform, instead of picking Mumbai’s pocketEconomic Survey 2019: It is woolly, irrelevant and of little useET View: Ruling on electoral bonds a positive move to reform campaign financeWhat makes Bengal politics so different from the rest of India
    View: India needs and can afford minimum income, but will it really reach the poor?View: This is Rahul’s chance to take a stand where Rajiv once falteredBefore you take sides, here's a curious thing about GDP you must knowView: Govt must get down to the real work of repairing a distressed financial system
    It’s the Economy, Stupid
    It’s the Economy, Stupid
    19 Oct 2018 11:42 AM IST
    View: With economic indicators sagging, the Modi government has reasons to worryCroatia's World Cup dream: Not too big for their bootsAs hawa changes, BJP allies light a Bonfire of the Vanities
    View: In Karnataka, as elsewhere, the game of snubbing voters and subverting democracy is onEver wondered what's about to go wrong with Indian stocks? Just look at all these ominous signsRahul Gandhi’s first real test will come when the results of Gujarat polls are declaredView: Make in India is looking more and more like a bad joke
    If demonetisation is 'surgical strike', the real 'martyrs' are the aam aadmi. Read whyDalit math at play behind PM's hand-wringingGrim, and bear it: Why are Indians, the world’s noisiest democrats, generally so humourless?PM Narendra Modi talks of samvedana, but his party has other plans in Uttar Pradesh
    At 7.6%, India is the fastest-growing economy or the best data fudgerWhy the Geospatial Information Bill is an outcome of sarkari cartographic paranoiaBengal's starving tea workers need Mamata Banerjee's 'mamata'Can you spot yourself in the Akhand India map?
    Why banning booze is Nitish Kumar’s first blunderQuota unquote: Where did Mohan Bhagwat lose the plot?Can’t repay Rs 100 crore to bank? Take 200 crore more, Mr DefaulterBeef ban: Bovine wisdom is fine, but stop messing with our diet
    Opinion: Ambedkar’s false groupies out of sync with his legacyThere are more things in heaven and earth, Horatio, than cricketIndia’s oil pricing policy is fickle, subject as it is to global ebb and flowPolitical strains in Maharashtra, Tamil Nadu can hurt investment
    Poll results, rising corporate debt may be the dealbreakers for stock marketsIf Lalu Prasad Yadav-Nitish Kumar can taste by-poll success, why not Mayawati-Mulayam?Lalu-Nitish success: Can other alliances sprout from the ground?Out of jail, but no freedom in sight for human rights activist Irom Sharmila Chanu
    How to resurrect Rahul Gandhi's struggling political career? Let Priyanka be his guideEconomic Survey 2014: India should create non-farm jobs by developing a strong manufacturing sector, building infraFast-changing strategies, maximum goals and India’s interest will make this World Cup memorableThe trident of dissent, dynastic rule and Kokrajhar violence led to Congress's defeat in Assam
    What Rahul Gandhi should learn from repeated defeats2014 Lok Sabha Elections Results: How the Congress messed up its chancesWhy Priyanka scares the daylights out of other partiesSharad Pawar rates Sonia Gandhi higher than Narendra Modi
    Wrong decisions, overconfidence, lack of leadership: a suicidal Left is quite the Murphy's law textbookRahul Gandhi, act: Abolish AFSPA, help Irom Sharmila end her 12 year old protest fastAlliances with Mayawati, Lalu and Paswan will ease Congress' way in UP and BiharCongress’ Andhra Pradesh policy includes weighing of caste equations
    Don’t write off Barça right away
    Don’t write off Barça right away
    26 Oct 2013 02:32 AM IST
    Informal workers, making up 90% of workforce, won’t get a good deal till netas notice themMuzaffarnagar riot: SP's political acceptability plunged after its failure to control violencePM wants Rahul Gandhi to play lead: Is dual-power structure bothering Manmohan Singh?
    Thanks to Sarva Shiksha Abhiyaan and Anganwadi system, more and more village girls are going to schoolWith economy showing signs of a turnover, BJP's chances dampenedAhead of Lok Sabha polls, Congress pushing aam aadmi laws to leave BJP cluelessNarendra Modi’s hype machine at work
    Has the dual power center of UPA run its course?Attack on Mamata: Sinking feeling in BengalManmohan Singh to renew emphasis on investment at CII annual meetingBudget 2013: Will this budget help Congress win the next election?
    Budget 2013: P Chidambaram hopes to claw back some gains, leaving nothing to chanceEconomic Survey 2013: Govt has to clear projects in time; make it easier to do business in IndiaAir attacks in Mizoram, 1966 - our dirty, little secretWest Bengal’s everyday violence led by muscle and political power
    Poke Me: Sacking non-performing 'privileged and slumbering' babus will spark growthThe time for ideologies is past, says Vicente Fox, former president of MexicoPoke Me: Why football, not cricket, should be our most-loved gameAssam violence: Tarun Gogoi must ensure that the north-east remains India’s greatest celebration of diversity
    Poke Me: Why India needs freer immigrationWhy the Opposition’s claim that Pranab Mukherjee was a lousy finance minister is wrongPlanning Commission deputy chairman Montek Singh Ahluwalia defends Rs 35L spent on toiletsMaking Pranab Mukherjee the President won't boost governance, making him PM might
    NCTC: Why Naveen Patnaik and Mamata Banerjee are barking up the wrong treeTrinamool nailed? Trivedi's defiance exposes crumbling legitimacy of Mamata's brand of politicsCan a regional coalition emerge to lead India when Congress, BJP are looking weak?Meet Mr Congress System: Finance Minister Pranab Mukherjee
    Budget 2012: Its difficult for Finance Minister Pranab Mukherjee to fulfil all promisesElection results 2012: Rahul's number-crunchers and Priyanka's charisma didn't help CongressUP election diary: Air scam, ultra cheap tomatoes, 14 mn new voters & the Rahul Gandhi questionUP Assembly Election: How Wharton educated Kanishka Singh is strategising Rahul Gandhi's UP campaign
    Assembly Election 2012: UP's showdown between BSP, SP and the Congress could have no clear winnerBudget 2012: Why Pranab Mukherjee is so upbeatThe ripple effects of the cancellation of 2G licences could spread throughout the economyBudget 2012: Pranab Mukherjee faces battle on many fronts
    Mamata's Bengal, Congress, CPM and the 'watermelon politics'Best over for Brics? Indian govt needs go ahead with key policy decisions
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