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February 28, 2004

T N Ninan: What's happening to about Indian agriculture?
S L Rao: Management education: the real issues

February 27, 2004

Vijay Dandapani: Pauper or sovereign?

February 26, 2004

Tamal Bandyopadhyay: Revolutionising rural banking
Kanika Datta: Who's afraid of liberalisation?

February 25, 2004

Deepak Lal: The US corporation under attack
Subir Roy: How not to divest
: Should India ease trade restrictions further?

February 24, 2004

Shankar Acharya: Why did India reform?
A K Bhattacharya: The right kind of power
R Jagannathan: The coming decline of America

February 23, 2004

Matei Mihalca: Rule of law in China
Sunil Jain: Fool good factor
V Ranganathan: Stopping short of privatisation

February 21, 2004

T N Ninan: India may finally cross the hump
Arvind Singhal: A changing India
Surjit S Bhalla: India shining has Mr Joshi worried

February 20, 2004

R Ravimohan: What would I like the new govt to do?

February 19, 2004

Haseeb A Drabu: Toying with capitalism

February 18, 2004

A K Bhattacharya: Delhi Metro's dream run
Ila Patnaik: Feeding an elephant

February 17, 2004

R Vaidyanathan: Are IIMs accountable? If so to whom?
Sunita Narain: Cola issue: Vindicated by the JPC
Kirit S Parikh: Why reduce IIM fees?

February 16, 2004

Ranjan Nambiar: Do BPO jobs hold a future?
Nishad Kapadia: Well done, Dr Joshi!
Rakesh Prasad: EMRs & patents: same difference
Subir Gokarn: Revisiting development finance

February 14, 2004

François Bourguignon: More equal than others
T C A Srinivasa-Raghavan: The mullahs of economics

February 12, 2004

Gopal Krishna: Say no to white asbestos
Sudhir Mulji: Savings versus hoardings
Kanika Datta: 2020 vision for the IITs

February 11, 2004

Trilochan Sastry: 'Fee reduction has paralysed IIMs'
Subir Roy: The national design deficit
Devangshu Datta: The brown man's burden
A P: 13 reasons why India can keep booming

February 10, 2004

Surinder Sud: Birdbrained authorities
A K Bhattacharya: Bring on the bouquets
Suman Bery: Mother courage and her children
R Jagannathan: Lessons from telecom's travails

February 09, 2004

A V Rajwade: Europe's Enron?
Abheek Barua: The credit growth conundrum
Matei Mihalca: The new Chinese consumer
Sunil Jain: To hell with the customer

February 07, 2004

Surjit S Bhalla: IMF plays dirty economics
Sunanda K Datta Ray: NRIs: Non Reliable Indians
T N Ninan: Pakistan, a rogue country
Arvind Singhal: The retailing boom
Fali S Nariman: The WTO tug of war

February 06, 2004

T C A Srinivasa-Raghavan: Why inflation is like a toothache
Madhukar Sabnavis: Scourge of short-termism
A G Krishnamurthy: The art of listening to different views

February 05, 2004

Tamal Bandyopadhyay: IDBI's existential dilemma
Haseeb A Drabu: The semiotics of India shining
Ila Patnaik: Do Jaswant's sops deserve praise?

February 04, 2004

Suman Bery: Budget encouraging, but. . .
Sukumar Mukhopadhyay: Ironing out the creases
Jamal Mecklai: FM's deft effort at sound politics
Surjit S Bhalla: Good economics, better politics

February 03, 2004

Manas Chakravarty: The spectre of outsourcing
Sunita Narain: Messages, nuances and globalisation

February 02, 2004

Sunil Jain: Cleaning up the markets
Sukumar Mukhopadhyay: Duty benefits: an illusion for populism


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