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    Mythili Bhusnurmath

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    View: Biden or Trump, US economic policy is unlikely to suit the needs of the global economyView: SC must step aside and let the banks and GoI decide on interest waiverBanking without NPAs: The conundrum revolving around use and misuse of loans60% of loans at risk are from 26 stressed sectors identified for restructuring: KV Kamath
    View: The RBI's next policy meet should focus on non-interest rate mechanismsView: For sustainable social security, the govt’s role must be that of enabler, not providerView: Sharp fall in the latest growth estimates is a wake-up call to GoI to ramp up its stimulus packageView: How will the economic recovery shape up? Likely scenarios
    Raghuram Rajan's 3-point plan to get India out of the coronavirus gripSpend where you need to, spend what it takes: Raghuram RajanRBI taking a constructive approach to address NPA risks: Sachin ChaturvediTime to invoke the FRBM escape clause: Rakesh Mohan
    View: Get real to the best bad deal in battle against COVID-19View: The steps that are required to avert another YES Bank-like debacleCoronavirus impact: Not time for a fiscal stimulus yet, says SubbaraoView: Now walk the talk
    View: Now walk the talk
    04 Feb 2020 12:01 PM IST
    View: Growth, not blind adherence to fiscal rules, is the best antidote to an ailing economyWhen trying to balance growth and fisc, it’s better to lean on growth, says CEA Krishnamurthy SubramanianLet’s not pretend Nirmala Sitharaman’s Budget can solve our deep structural problems: Swaminathan AiyarView: Go for growth! It's time to stop obsessing over fiscal deficit and deliver growth
    View: Strong fiscal stimulus must accompany monetary easing to revive growthPolitical environment is very conducive for reforms now: Surjit BhallaView: Why MPC should tread cautiously on key policy decisionsView: Why India's mega bank mergers move may not yield the desired results
    Can we expect a fourth successive rate cut from RBI?We have tried to change our thinking at multiple levels in Economic Survey: KV SubramanianBudget 2019: Can Sitharaman balance public aspirations with BJP's electoral promisesView: Why an interest rate cut by MPC is more than necessary
    We need to get NBFC, HFC sector back on its feet: Rajiv Kumar,  Niti AayogView: Supervisory independence is as important as monetary policy independence for RBIScrapping RBI’s Feb 12 circular on power NPAs a step backward for banks: Lalitabh Srivastava, SharekhanWhy policymakers should look beyond GDP numbers to draw right policy
    Why RBI needs to sit out the impact of the interim budget before cutting ratesWhy 2019 interim Budget will be a thinly disguised election manifestoKrishnamurti Subramanian: A new policy star risesView: Politicisation of GDP numbers won't lead anywhere
    View: From today, Trump's ban on Iran will make it a tough ride for IndiaGovt vs RBI: Whose turf is it, anyway?View: Why RBI's lament may lead to more stress in the economyView: Time for RBI to take control of regulation & supervision
    View: Why headline GDP numbers alone don’t count for muchGST may not be the best in class, but it is far better than the earlier systemA warranted rate hike may seem harsh, but Reserve Bank can take some of the sting awayView: RBI's search for easy answers could soon leave India with some very hard choices
    Dear Modi govt, please don't do a DeMo again to scupper India's nascent recoveryBallooning revenue deficit is far more worrisome than nominal slippage in fiscal deficitView: Do these Budget 2017 numbers add up?How Urjit Patel communicates the committee’s decision is as important as what he communicates
    Fed rate hike is off the table in 2016: NS Venkatesh, ED, Lakshmi Vilas BankGovernment should spend only if it can raise more revenue: Pranjul Bhandari, HSBCState of economy is probably weaker than we thought: Raghuram Rajan, Governor, RBIHas RBI governor Raghuram Rajan lived up to his rock star image?
    Budget 2014: BJP must adhere to a fiscal roadmap; not emulate UPA's opportunistic shifting of milestonesReserve Bank governor Raghuram Rajan sees the wisdom of making haste slowlyWhither green shoots? Dismal Q3 GDP numbers have scotched hope of quick recoveryRBI wants to tame inflation, but not at the risk of over-tightening monetary policy: Raghuram Rajan
    Is 5-6% growth the new normal for Indian economy?Raghuram Rajan is likely to uphold traditionBudget 2013 marked by deafening silence on key issuesEconomic Survey 2013: There's room for RBI to cut rates, spur growth
    Economic Survey 2013: Difference between Rajan's and Kaushik Basu's approachRail Budget 2013: Bansal knows that people vote, not iron ore!Regulation should not kill beneficial innovation: YV Reddy, former governor of RBITake rating agencies seriously, says former governor of RBI
    RBI holds out promise of lowering rates while keeping powder dryIndia in 'omnishambles' as government messes up royally, looks for scapegoatsPutting the interests of borrowers ahead of savers hurts the latter and the economyThe need for stricter laws to report restructured loans
    So, is it curtains for the Euro?
    So, is it curtains for the Euro?
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    The Prime Minister needs to live up to his credentials; but don’t expect miraclesRBI governor Subbarao still has 15 months to goOccupations and workplace bias: Why the continuing gender bias in some jobs?
    Government squarely to blame for much of present economic woesBusiness bonds default: Such a crisis is less damaging than banking crisisOdds in favour of further weakening of rupee are highPolitics wins over economics in India as coalitions spell end for economic sense
    Funnelling money into PSBs to recapitalise them gross misuse of taxpayer moneyBanks can game the system by deliberately reducing the risk-weight of assetsRBI succumbs to government pressure, unfortunately!RBI's cup of many woes
    RBI's cup of many woes
    16 Apr 2012 04:07 AM IST
    Informal labour market: Growing informalisation may have its plus pointsRBI must address the factors responsible for liquidity crunchThe great Indian poverty debate
    The great Indian poverty debate
    31 Mar 2012 03:43 AM IST
    Microfinance programme now has an economy-wide impact
    Budget 2012: Nothing effective about effective revenue deficit!Budget 2012-13: Finance Minister 'Beech ka bakra'?Budget 2012: The best rule in taxation is to keep it simple & straightforwardThe dollar's changing role: Assessing the pros and cons for the US
    European Union's fancy flight emissionsWomen do better as leaders but getting there is toughPublic policy must develop an efficient market for annuities along with the regulatory frameworkNon-bank finance cos are a boon if they don't fall through regulatory cracks
    Deficit, disinvestment and PSUs: Enough of smoke & mirror
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