Yoginder K. Alagh The Indian Express Group
Yoginder K. Alagh-
Tuesday 7 January '14The relationship between civil servants and politicians remains unreformed.
Thursday 26 December '13An investment stimulus, not a trimmer budget, is the need of the hour.
Saturday2 November '13The government must work on the fundamentals, not just wait for FDI.
Monday21 October '13Why much of the anxiety over the new land acquisition law is misplaced.
Tuesday8 October '13Vo Nguyen Giap’s strength was his immersion in the real world
Friday20 September '13Improving agricultural productivity is the real challenge for food security.
Monday26 August '13Globally accepted norms of transparency in financial assessments are needed
Saturday10 August '13Only the foolhardy would uncritically accept official estimates.
Monday22 July '13Food security could help raise real incomes, trigger innovation in agriculture
Tuesday11 June '13Support mechanisms for states are key to a national water law
Friday3 May '13Law on land acquisition will reduce distortions in the use of a scarce resource
Friday12 April '13Rahul Gandhi said it: we need policies to improve conditions for economic migrants
Thursday28 March '13Can a policy for growth with price stability be configured, is the question
Wednesday27 February '13It is unlikely to address concerns arising from failing agricultural initiatives
Tuesday29 January '13The new companies bill dilutes the progressive intent of the ‘producer company’
Monday10 September '12Eras, like the one Verghese Kurien inaugurated, never come to an end
Thursday5 July '12Time to take the bolder steps, bring FDI to small towns
Monday11 June '12What the standing committee report on the land acquisition bill left out
Wednesday4 April '12P.S. Appu demanded a lot, but set the perfect example
Saturday17 March '12There’s no easy way out after living beyond our means for so long. But the budget is good
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