Jaithirth Rao The Indian Express Group
Monday 23 December '13In return for a Green Card, all you have to do is provide evidence against your prominent employer.
Monday 9 September '13The government seems determined to create a de-industrialised moonscape across India
Monday8 April '13Can we agree to vote only for parties that promise to implement the police reforms?
Friday22 March '13Viren Shah disproved the view that wealthy business leaders like to flirt with authoritarianism
Thursday17 May '12For Shirin Darasha, school was a democratic republic of talent
Saturday5 May '12Our approach seems to be, ‘Have problem, do a quick-fix’. We need to learn that ill-conceived fiscal fixes will not work
Saturday21 April '12Christopher Hitchens died a few months ago. Lovers of English prose were dealt a serious blow.
Friday13 April '12Attacking tax havens is a cover to introduce the draconian GAAR
Monday2 April '12Rajendra Prasad and Ambedkar on retrospective changes to laws
Saturday24 March '12India’s arbitrary policy environment has shifted IT and BPO jobs out of here, to more reasonable regimes
Tuesday20 March '12Telenor executives and social services officials, for starters, could do with some elementary lessons
Saturday14 January '12Like the professional pessimists of the 1930s, Jeffrey Sachs prescribes central planning to tide over the crisis
Saturday14 January '12Cho Ramaswamy’s play ‘Saraswatiyin Shapatam’ is a caustic comment on our passivity and denial
Friday30 December '11This bill is a ploy to turn opinion against the judiciary, which is bound to strike it down
Friday9 December '11It is not easy for cinema to convey the complicated inner lives of families — but Benegal pulls it off
Friday25 November '11The strange parallels between Germany and China
Tuesday18 October '11That there is a larger purpose behind Mayawati’s public architecture
Friday30 September '11Are we going to see a whole lost decade for the world economy?
Saturday10 September '11Look at how that one clear, fateful autumn morning put so many folks in business.
Friday2 September '11Why India cannot afford to take economic growth for granted?
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