INDIA & THE W.T.O.
The complete collection of Ashok Mitra's columns on rediff.com
Private sector is no angel, so govt has business to be in business
Four forces and an axis that ripped WTO asunder
Second time unlucky
Stop the caretaker Planning Commission's mischief!
Income disparities in India
Roadblock to social and economic advance
Liberalisation as the acid that eats away at the moral fibre
Open market in one pan, political and social costs in the other
The P N Haksar story
Onion crisis may be precursor of a 'grand' future
The bear-eat-bull world
States' reckless borrowing from international FIs is laden with risk
Vajpayee's economic advisory council: Not a conclave of economists
Kashmir is as good as gone from the Republic of India
India, a vassal state?
Dial 356 for murder
BJP will kneel before World Bank, and tout it as swadeshi
When the rupee bombs
Indian patriotism is now judged by the extent of one's expressed abhorrence for the LTTE
Can the PM keep his word?
National integrity can be ensured only by coming to terms with a permanent state of dishevelment
If we do not have the courage to praise
Iraq, we should at least have shame at our cowardly behaviour
'An economically weak nation cannot but cut a sorry figure if it presumes to take charge of the affairs of the world'
We can still escape the fate that has struck the erstwhile Asian Tigers
The choice of members for the Prasar Bharati board betrays sectarianism of the worst order, as if New
Delhi is India and India is New Delhi
Indian polity is in deep trouble
To hell with reforms!
'The fight against the RSS is an ethical confrontation; to invoke Article
356 for the purpose would have been scandalous and depressing'
A commission, before it proceeded to draw up criminal proceedings against others, must recommend Indira Gandhi's posthumous prosecution
Where some people seem to be extra-special
The United Front of Confusion
Govt's fiscal plan means give more to the rich,
squeeze the deprived
The PM cannot shun criminals because his survival
depends on them
False gods of cricket: reflection of India's plight
It is class bias which accepts the Gandhis and not the Yadavs
Indian leaders have a stake in the confusion that prevails
Protests against malfeasance and criminal misconduct grow
fainter and fainter every day
The FM has a plea: the West should despatch a 1,000
reincarnations of the East India Company to enslave India