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Kerry visit: Breaking the standstill - Indian Express
In defence of Rambo - Madhu Kishwar, Economic Times
Food security is poor politics too, but who cares - R Jagannathan, FirstPost
'You can't eat Sharia' - Mohamed Elbaradei, ForeignPolicy
New Delhi, don't be wishy-washington - Rajesh Rajagopalan, Economic Times
Price gas logically, set up a market - Economic Times
Ending the drift in India-US ties - Manjeet Kripalani & Neelam Deo, Mint
Emerging markets R.I.P. - V Anantha Nageswaran, Mint
Denationalise coal - Times of India
A 10-step programme for India’s economy - Jim O’Neill, Bloomberg
Bharat Shining: Fall in rural poverty needs to be showcased - Financial Express
A tale of two BJPs - Christophe Jaffrelot, Indian Express
RTI: Golden chance for our system to come clean - A Surya Prakash, Pioneer
John Kerry's baggage - Pioneer
Food Bill: Bad economic and bad politics - Abhijit Banerjee, Hindustan Times
India, US: a story of receding horizons - Mint
Why trade pacts are not working - Biswajit Dhar, Financial Express
Towards 2050: structural shifts - Nitin Desai, Business Standard
Growthless and jobless? - Business Standard
Let’s fix this rupee volatility - V Shunmugam, Business Line
VIPs, do things yourself - C Gopinath, Business Line
Entrepreneurs should be made to pay the price for making wrong calls - Business Line
The irrantional cap on tv advertising - Economic Times
An open letter to John Kerry - Som Mittal, Times of India
Metadata: Be afraid, be very afraid - John Naughton, Hindustan Times
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Rahul Gandhi has stepped back into caricature rhetoric from the 1960s and 1970s, in which the private sector was ridiculed and vilified as an evil ogre drinking the blood of citizens for breakfast. This chant is the product of an infantile mind that has absorbed pseudo-Marxist litany with all the intellectual curiosity of blotting paper. I thought that Congress had moved away from failed recipes when it embarked upon reforms in the early 1990s in order to expand space for the private sector. Clearly, there has been rhetoric reversal.
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