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Sujan Hajra

Direct benefit transfer: Not a panacea, but a likely game changer

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Direct benefit transfer: Not a panacea, but a likely game changer

After 201 years of modern banking, India opened 140 million unique bank accounts by 2006. The bank-...

Indian healthcare: Big, bad and cheap

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Indian healthcare: Big, bad and cheap

Despite India being one of world’s largest healthcare markets and pharmaceuticals exporters, the ...

Indian households shun banks

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Indian households shun banks

At 30 per cent of disposable income, savings rate of the Indian households rivals even China. ...

GDP: Growth at decadal low

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GDP: Growth at decadal low

Investment a curmudgeonIndia’s real GDP growth has nose-dived to 5.3% in 4QFY12 from 9.2% in ...

Policy paralysis: A symptom, not the disease

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Policy paralysis: A symptom, not the disease

Despite widespread perception that lack of policy actions is leading to India’s sharp economic ...