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    Chaitanya Kalbag

    Journalist, ET

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    Does this festive season herald fireworks or damp squibs?View: Can India fashion a policy to weather the existential crisis it faces?View: Arrested development or attention deficit?View: A $5 trillion economy is a stretch; do we have the running legs?
    View: EC needs more rope to get to the bottom of campaign spendingView: India has crossed just one battle line, but many more lie aheadView: Chalte Raho Pyare Fauji
    View: Chalte Raho Pyare Fauji
    21 Feb 2019 11:30 PM IST
    View: The government is performing a risky high-wire balancing act
    View: Be careful what you digest from the results of the assembly electionsView: Will India ever learn to speak loudly? The signs, so far, are dismal#MeToo: Impunity and immunity of sexual predators must end at media workplacesView: The IAF is the loser in the war over Rafale
    Better healthcare makes economic sense. Does it make political sense?Will Ayushman Bharat do better than its predecessor schemes?Winning the vote of over-confidence
    Winning the vote of over-confidence
    21 Jul 2018 11:00 PM IST
    It's magical mystery tour: This government's been raising expectations, not the economy
    How PM Modi has run UPA's legacy programmes better than his predecessorsEverything is hunky-dory, don’t you agree?Unique question:  Will we have a life after Aadhaar?Near total enrollment, improved infra; So what's the problem with our education system?
    Hindu is as Hindu does, but does Modi?Will PM Narendra Modi declare independence from poverty?Four weaknesses India needs to overcome to build a strong foreign policyTeam Modi wobbles a bit but hasn’t lost its balance
    PM Narendra Modi and FM Arun Jaitley seem to have meekly accepted targets set by UPAPlanning omission: The hydra-headed monster of Yojana BhavanDespite BJP's majority, rowdy scenes in both houses undermine Parliament's productivityPM Narendra Modi is not China's Deng Xiaoping and he will never be
    Wanted: A Modi roadshow to sell economic reformsWhy Narendra Modi must ask his followers to heed his namesakeNarendra Modi government on road to revive 'brand India'Narendra Modi’s task: To make India less effluent, more affluent
    Can Narendra Modi give a great government to this country?The meaning of absolute power
    The meaning of absolute power
    22 May 2014 04:00 AM IST
    Lok Sabha elections 2014: Narendra Modi may have to don new avatar to take along allies, new & oldLok Sabha polls 2014: A saga of sweat, toil, blood and tears
    Labour Day: India needs a hundred million jobsLok Sabha polls 2014: Who’s afraid of Narendra Modi?Poll Point: With cash, liquor flowing, who are we voting for anyway?Nota Bene: Indian voter can turn any analysis on its head
    Which party will you vote for in Lok Sabha polls 2014? Choice not clear or comforting
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