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Sajjid Chinoy

  • #100AccheDin: First 100 days of Narendra Modi government dealt deftly, now time to pace up

    India’s foremost opening batsmen, Sunil Gavaskar, when asked about why he was able to succeed consistently on tricky wickets, once famously said: the first hour belongs to the bowlers. If negotiated safely, the next five hours will belong to the batsman. What he meant, of course, was for a batsman...

    Tuesday, 2 September 2014 - 5:15am
  • Eco Survey: Sober, Balanced and Responsible

    After India's historic election result two months ago, there was an expectation in some quarters that the new government — impatient to revive growth and emboldened by its absolute majority — would unleash a raft of announcements in the first few weeks. Some market participants expected an...

    Thursday, 10 July 2014 - 6:10am
  • Balanced and pragmatic, Raghuram Rajan's first policy statement as RBI governor

    It would have been easy to overreact. The Fed had thrown all emerging markets an unexpected lifeline by postponing its tapering of asset purchases. Domestically, the rupee is 10% stronger from its lows, capital inflows have begun to trickle back in, growth momentum is abysmally weak, and the...

    Saturday, 21 September 2013 - 7:13am
  • Credibility over ambition, please

    It is ironic that precisely at the time when growth has slowed so sharply, India is forced to embark upon sustained fiscal consolidation, which will further slow growth.

    Saturday, 16 February 2013 - 11:30am