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'PLA won't withdraw from advantageous positions'

'The Indian government wakes up after the fact when it can do nothing, or rather lacks the will, to prosecute military actions to reverse these adverse PLA-driven developments.' Photograph: ANI......

For farmers, MSP is like a salary

The dilemma is that if farming is to be efficient, farmers will be worse off -- and if farmers are to be better off farming will be worse off, reveals T C A Srinivasa-Raghavan. IMAGE: The farmers......

'COVID-19: 'We are in this for years'

'Vigilance is the enemy of the virus.' We need to be alert all the time, about this, until we fully understand it.'And that's going to take years, actually.' IMAGE: Mumbaikars leave the......

What drove Nepal to escalate border row with India?

'We keep saying that we have a very close historical, cultural, linguistic and religious affinity with Nepal. Then why be so insensitive that we cannot find time to talk to them for more than 5-6......

'COVID-19 is a man made pandemic'

'Wild animals lived in their natural environment.''So, viruses could not be communicated.''Then came mass production and mass quartering of animals -- whether it be poultry, pigs and cattle --......

'Carrot-and-stick economic model not workable in all countries'

Economist Deepak Nayyar says economic openness, while necessary, is not sufficient, and is conducive to development only when combined with industrial policy. Illustration: Uttam Ghosh/Rediff.com......

Should interest rates be cut? A tough decision for MPC

Some say the MPC will raise the rate, while others are of the view that there is already de facto interest rate tightening through rising bond yields, which might prompt the central bank to go for......

The real reason behind the fiscal slippage

In absolute terms, fiscal deficit went up by 33.6 per cent in April-December 2017 and the revenue deficit by as much as 40.7 per cent compared to the same period the previous year, said Sudipto......

Nobel Laureate Raghuram Rajan? We will know on Monday

Though Nobel Prize nominations have been a secret for 50 years, speculation abounds over the contenders for this year’s prize in economics. A look at the possible winners.   Colin......

A nation of tax avoiders?

Exemptions, and the fact that farm income is outside the tax net, ensure that India’s tax-GDP ratio stays low. The view that Indians don’t pay their fair share of taxes resonates......

Counting the cost of Tokyo's Olympic delay

One-year postponement will likely cost 641 billion yen ($6 billion) IMAGE: New Olympics dates have yet to be set, leaving sponsors and businesses uncertain and scrambling. Photograph:......

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