This section of the Pragati Manifesto outlines how to unleash a nation’s entrepreneurial energy.
The angel tax proposed by the government will hurt investors, investments and the economy. It is a demonic idea.
We have tolerated air pollution for too long now. Our apathy is as foul as the air we breathe.
Our investment rate is down, our savings rate is low, and it remains hard to do business in India. Tough times lie ahead.
The rest of the world is figuring out the good that cannabis can do. We knew it back in the day — but have a backward attitude today.
Almost 70% of India’s prisoners have not been convicted of any crime. We cannot call ourselves a civilised nation unless we solve our undertrial problem.
Our weekly explainer on economics using lessons from popular culture. In Installment 38, Sridevi’s awe for private-sector brands reveals a fundamental truth about the marketplace.
Change takes long-term thinking. Our politicians only care about short-term optics.
Our weekly explainer on economics using lessons from popular culture. In Installment 11, Amitabh Bachchan explains why variety is the spice of life — and the sauce of economics.
Edward Luce’s new book addresses the crisis in Western liberalism — but focuses on symptoms rather than the underlying condition.
Our prisons are in an abysmal state. Privatizing them can only be an improvement.
Those who fail at economics or governance often invoke morality. Don’t fall for this age-old ruse.
Modi’s ‘development agenda’ has regressed from the far-sighted one of 2014 to the old populist tropes of past decades.