Monthly Archives: March 2015

A walk into history…But

Arun Jaitley presented his first full budget under the most fortuitous of circumstances. The rupee had stabilized, crude oil prices had come hurtling down, the government was in a majority and the party was winning elections left, right and center. … Continue reading

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Indian Railways: Version 2.0

What can happen to budget making in the hands of a hard core professional, belonging to a majority government that is not dependent on external support for existence, is best exemplified by Suresh Prabhu’s rail budget. If you ask me, … Continue reading

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