Vikram S Mehta The Indian Express Group
Vikram S Mehta-
Monday 6 January '14Why AAP’s success mirrors the best and the worst of our political system.
Monday 2 December '13Across the globe, the question is ‘when’, not ‘if’, India will return to the growth trajectory.
Sunday6 October '13The government must make it easier for oil and gas companies to acquire assets abroad
Monday2 September '13We have messed up the present. Can we still recover the future?
Monday5 August '13How the recent gas price hike got it right
Monday1 July '13Talent, money and policy must be harnessed to search for the optimal development-environment balance
Monday3 June '13As income inequality grows, social mobility is constrained. Could this partly explain the IPL spot-fixing scandal?
Monday6 May '13Strong forces are at work to neutralise falling demand and plentiful supplies
Monday1 April '13Governmental support is essential to create an enabling eco-system for electric vehicles
Friday1 March '13But on oil and gas exploration, the budget takes a wrong turn
Monday4 February '13The tussle between two ministries over exploration licences shows technology hasn’t bridged gaps within government
Monday7 January '13Why has the political class not struck a chord with its younger, aspirational constituency?
Monday3 December '12As opposition to cash transfers and FDI in retail shows, it is difficult to change the direction of Indian policymaking
Monday5 November '12Jaipal Reddy’s shift offers an opportunity to weave technology and innovation more strongly into the fabric of petroleum policy
Monday1 October '12A guide to the necessity of a price hike
Monday3 September '12A number was always going to trigger ‘loss generating’ political reactions
Monday6 August '12If govt dithers over pricing, the petroleum industry could face a crisis similar to the power sector
Monday2 July '12A modus vivendi between the two must be found quickly
Monday4 June '12Desired outcomes can be reached through a series of ‘imperfect’ small initiatives
Monday7 May '12Events across the world show public disenchantment with the outcome of free markets, open borders and political leadership
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