In this US election, the din has buried the consequence. The narrative is of a festering society amid a ravaging pandemic, with warts of racism and inequality stoked by boorish political theatre.
For a world used to rising prosperity and longevity, the shock of Covid-19 is shaking us to the foundations. Princes and prime ministers have been sequestered, the greatest sporting tournaments have been annulled and rituals of a civilised life have… Continue Reading →
Against a backdrop of a sluggish economy and rising inflation, the budget called for pro-growth measures without exacerbating the deficit. The FM walked through the tightrope with a signal towards bold privatisation through the IPO and partial divestment of LIC,… Continue Reading →
The Union budget was an opportunity to bolster the economy on the back of a strong mandate for a stable government. The budget had to unequivocally demonstrate India’s commitment to propelling economic growth by engendering demand, reviving animal spirits in… Continue Reading →