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The National Green Tribunal’s (NGT) crusade to improve the quality of Delhi’s air has very often meant a single point agenda: Clamping down on diesel vehicles. In April last year it had said diesel vehicles older than 10 years should not ply on the city’s roads. The green body’s...
Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh’s statement in Parliament that the Centre and the Jammu and Kashmir government are in touch about “how to start dialogue with the civilians of Kashmir” is encouraging. Until now, the government had remained steadfast that there are only two parties to the Kashmir question,...
The political and the monetary authorities need to work together to ward off the emerging risks to the economy Read this opinion at : India’s masked policy confusion Source: Mint - Opinions
Integration through goods and services tax will improve economic efficiency and minimize needless fragmentation of Indian supply chains Read this opinion at : The economics of GST Source: Mint - Opinions
The Supreme Court verdict could prove to be transformational for the BCCI Read this opinion at : A moment of truth for cricket in India Source: Mint - Opinions
Before transgenders can join the mainstream with the help of technology, a mindset change is called for Read this opinion at : The changing story of transgenders Source: Mint - Opinions
As MoS (finance) Jayant Sinha had not only been instrumental in removing several bottlenecks facing AIFs, but also helped bring about a boom in the industry Read this opinion at : Private equity industry will miss Santa Sinha Source: Mint - Opinions
The capital infusion in 13 PSU banks is one more step in the long journey towards dealing with the problem of bank capital, since there is no money for a blockbuster bank bailout Read this opinion at : Bank capital Source: Mint - Opinions
We are not seeing much demand for loan. So I would not say that capital infusion by the government is not adequate. Read this opinion at : We will be eligible for further capital infusion in future: Arundhati Bhattacharya Source: Economic Times - Opinions
The significance of some judicial interventions trump the fact that they are unusual or are marred by excessive activism. The Supreme Court’s project to revamp the cricket administration is one such. It has accepted the recommendations of a committee headed by former Chief Justice of India R.M. Lodha, which...