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Government merges NSEL with FTIL - Aman Malik, Ashish Rukhaiyar & Ami Shah, Mint
Rajasthan to streamline clearance procedures to encourage investment - Aarti Dhar, Hindu
Doing business in India to get easy, registration in just a day - Bharti Jain, ToI
Plants linked to cancelled coal blocks can be sold off - Sarita Singh, ET
A balancing of interests - Hindu
Reforms push boosts confidence in Indian equities - Ami Shah, Mint
How Flipkart, Amazon and Snapdeal fund discounts - Mihir Dalal & Shrutika Verma, Mint
Poll wins set to hasten key economic reforms - Oommen A Ninan & Lalatendu Mishra, Hindu
The Mobile first economy - Shelley Singh, Economic Times
Departure time gets a new meaning in aviation - Njuli Bhargava, Bus Std
Divestment ball might roll with Coal India, ONGC - Vrishti Beniwal, Bus Std
Ordinance to douse coal fire, enable e-auctions - Business Standard
Don’t fear e-tail - Arvind Singhal, Financial Express
Cooking gas DBT to yield govt direct Rs 10,000-cr benefit - Siddhartha P Saikia, Financial Express
Diesel disengaged - Business Line
37% of GDP now in states under BJP control: what this means for economics and politics - Shaji Vikraman & Harish Damodaran, Indian Express
Made in India - Kushan Mitra, Pioneer
Sugar mills face bitter reality at festival time - Sanjeeb Mukherjee & Virendra Singh Rawat, Business Standard
'India, Finland need to collaborate in the education sector' - Pranab Mukherjee, Business Standard
Govt fires up growth with fuel reforms - Hindustan Times
Cong tied next Govt's hands: FM - Pioneer
Arvind Subramanian seen to be a reformist at heart - Vatghese K George & Puja Mehra, Indian Express
‘Illegal mining cost Orissa R17,000 cr’ - Indian Express
Before PM visit, govt begins work on Nepal power pacts - Anil Sasi, IE
US wants to be partner country in Vibrant Gujarat - Darshan Desai, Mail Today
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The BJP and the Sangh have understood the reality of India’s changing society and an organisation that was considered Brahmin-centric put up a backward caste leader like Narendra Modi as its prime ministerial candidate. Modi is not an ordinary man. The journey of this man, who began earning his living by selling tea, to the prime minister’s chair is no less than that of the hero of a novel. I had warned Nitish that Modi is not an ordinary man, he must not be underestimated. In return, he not only turned me out of the Rajya Sabha, but also expelled me from the party. This is the Tughlaqesque style of running party and government.
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