MONTEK SINGH AHLUWALIA
Montek Singh Ahluwalia on why a $5-trillion economy is a pipe dream
The short answer is we are not, the former deputy chairman of Planning Commission said.
Narayana Murthy credits Manmohan Singh, Chidambaram for India's economic reform & tech boom
The Infy co-founder's list also includes PV Naras...
Overseas sovereign bonds: Montek says gains far less than disadvantages
Govt wants borrow Rs 70,000 crore of its planned market borrowings fr...
Finance Commission chief makes case for institutional mechanism to check fiscal deficit
Finance Commission Chairman N K Singh also said fiscal federalism is a dynamic process and 'a Work in Motion'.
India must revamp energy taxation: Montek Singh Ahluwalia
Advocating a "complete revamp" of the energy taxation system, he said coal consumption could be reduced through it.
When cause of volatility is external, we have to fix internal vulnerabilities double quick: Montek Singh Ahluwalia
Talking to ET Now's Supriya Shrinate on recently released back-series GDP data, former deputy chairman of Planning Commission Montek Singh A...
It is nonsense to say that at cusp of global recession, UPA should have cut fiscal deficit: Montek Singh Ahluwalia
“During the high growth years of the UPA there was a dream fiscal correction.”
Eminent policymakers, economists, activists in US discuss issues being faced in India
Former deputy chairman of the Planning Commission Montek Singh Ahluwalia delivered the keynote address at the event 'India Dialogues' on Saturday.
Messages naming ex-officials like Arvind Mayaram, Montek Singh Ahluwalia key to AirAsia probe
Arvind Mayaram and Planning Commission deputy chairman Montek Singh Ahluwalia are frequently mentioned, along with then civil aviation minister Ajit Singh.
Growth vs growth: battle lines are drawn
P Chidambaram said the data shows that growth under UPA I & II was much higher than during the NDA rule
Proposal for lateral entry not because bureaucracy is inefficient: Government
The term lateral entry relates to appointment of specialists, mainly those from private sector, in government organisations.
View: By grafting welfare measures on rickety Raj structures, our leaders guarantee failure
Right from the beginning, policy and decision makers of independent India have ignored a fundamental reality: that the welfare state is, first and foremost, a state.
Globally and locally, there are challenges in 2017: Montek Singh Ahluwalia
In the global economy, I do not see upsides at the moment. So the best we can hope for is that things do not get too bad, says ex-deputy chief, plan panel.
Lateral entry into the bureaucracy will seek outside specialists, not work around the system
The Narendra Modi-led government has set the stage by inviting applications for 10 joint secretary positions for terms lasting three to five years.
Lateral Entry: Welcome initiative but umpteen challenges
The living and working conditions having improved in most state capitals, officers from the states also do not find a deputation to Delhi so very attractive.
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