Swaminathan's

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There are many more articles written by Swaminathan Aiyar. He has been writing for Economic Times, Financial Express, and Times of India. Given below is a selection of some of his articles. The reader is encouraged to search on the Internet for a specific item if not found here.

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Why Punjab model of farm freebies is wrong

With very high debt/GDP ratio and land prices, it is losing out to states like Gujarat Readers, do not sympathise with powerful farmer unions of Punjab who are on the warpath again. Politicians, beware of the temptation of buying...

Rao over racket of Bharat Ratnas

Singh was a Jat farm leader of UP, ...

India’s strong economy is cumulative effect of reforms since 1991

NDA adopted and improved on many UPA initiatives. ...

Budget sparkles, minus fireworks

For any economy to grow at this rate ...

Why Punjab model of farm freebies is wrong

With very high debt/GDP ratio and land prices, ...

Rao over racket of Bharat Ratnas

Singh was a Jat farm leader of UP, ...

India’s strong economy is cumulative effect of reforms since 1991

NDA adopted and improved on many UPA initiatives. ...

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Communism as a fling: N.R. Narayana Murthy’s ideological journey and lessons for today’s youth

Some thought Marxism would die after the collapse of the USSR. But they were wrong. Every year, close to a billion youngsters reach the age …

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Ayodhya is buzzing but can it make the big leap to tirth sthal?

For Hindus, a tirth sthal is about seeking and fulfilling a search for one’s own salvation Prime Minister Narendra Modi succeeded in making the inauguration …

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Why India’s K-shaped recovery theories are wrong

RBI projects economic growth at 7.3% for 2023-24, surpassing earlier estimates. The current year’s recovery is significant, especially considering the decline in agricultural production due …

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SC verdict on Bilkis Bano comes as a welcome breath of justice

Having served 14 years of a life term in jail, the convicts had asked for release on the ground of old age and ‘good behaviour’. …

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Feb budget may have rhetoric, but not sops

Will this interim budget really be a bore? After all, this is an election year. But the BJP is so certain of winning that it …

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Recalculate inequality — it hasn’t worsened over time, it’s stayed the same

Piketty and Chancel analysed different periods of taxation in India, and concluded that inequality dropped sharply from 1950 to the early 1980s under Nehru-Indira’s socialism, …

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