All stories by R Jagannathan
Why it's too early to write off payments banksRediff.com15 Jan 2019
While payments banks surely lose money, their operating ratios were looking better in 2017-18 compared to the year before. This implies that as customer volumes start picking up, the business models may perk up too, says R Jagannathan.
How RBI's reserves can boost the economyRediff.com28 Dec 2018
The use of RBI capital to strengthen public sector banks will have many positive implications for the economy -- and a few manageable downsides, points out R Jagannathan.
Politicians will find it tougher to retain voters's allegianceRediff.com21 Dec 2018
'This may be good news for Rahul Gandhi, for no matter how Modi performs, there will always be some degree of dissatisfaction with his performance among large sections of voters,' says R Jagannathan.
2G verdict is a big win for crony socialismRediff.com27 Dec 2017
The judgment in the 2G case is a huge, huge, indictment of the criminal investigation and justice system, says R Jagannathan.
Masters of the electoral gameRediff.com19 Dec 2017
The narrow win in Gujarat can be contributed to Prime Minister Narendra Modi with his no-holds-barred approach and party president Amit Shah who plays to win and knows that there are rules to be followed when suited and broken when needed.
What Verdict 2017 says about 2019Rediff.com12 Mar 2017
BJP's overwhelming win in UP shows that 2014 was no fluke, says R Jagannathan.