Gulzar Natarajan The Indian Express Group

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On restless pinions

Saturday 9 November '13

Second-generation issues in the infrastructure sector have not received the level of scrutiny they deserve.
Figuring out distribution

Monday 16 September '13

We need to debate how we define access to opportunities
The capable state

Wednesday 31 July '13

No magic pill solution or quick fix can make up for basic administrative deficiencies
Two much in one

Monday 8 July '13

The Delhi Airport Metro project frames the distortions in PPP projects where construction and operational activities are bundled into one contract
A relationship that works

Thursday 20 June '13

Public-private infrastructure projects should be restructured to enable better distribution of risk, more efficient and transparent price discovery
Taking politics out of power

Tuesday 5 February '13

For one, bipartisan political support is necessary for governments to restore regulatory credibility and depoliticise tariff setting


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