Don’t push street vendors aside

Walmart is welcome, but so is the street vendor. »

CAD mess, a result of free imports

Foreign exchange outflows, through imports and royalty, could have been curtailed. »

Criticism of Land Bill lacks basis

We protest higher property prices for the poor, even as the rich make money hand over fist by selling assets. »

Shouldn’t have parted company with old laws

Overturning some of the provisions of the Companies Act, 1956, wasn’t a great idea. »

When dollar’s dear, go for barter

India’s quasi-barter deal with Iran can be tried elsewhere. It will cut down on dollar demand and lift the rupee. »

Against ‘demergers’— of States and companies

Decentralisation of political power can negate the breakaway itch. The other day, K. T. Rama Rao of Telangana Rashtra Samithi (TRS) said Telangana stands apart from demands from other States for statehood. »

Reform political parties — not the RTI way

Political parties should be brought to book on black money. Spare them from RTI scrutiny. »

We need FDI, not kickbacks

FDI is good for our BoP. But a case-by-case approach breeds corruption. »

Our FDI policy is a circus

Let’s clear the clutter and get the investment ball rolling in the mining sector. »

Sensible export policy would have saved the day

Let’s not pin hopes on a falling rupee to boost exports. The CAD problem calls for another approach. »
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