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Why is forecasting so difficult? - Meghnad Desai, Financial Express
A debate has broken out in British Press about the quality of economic forecasting. When the Brexit referendum voted to leave by a majority of 52% to 48%, there was a shock. The Sterling collapsed overnight. Dire forecasts were made about a recession. In the event, the British economy not only failed to have a recession but is performing surprisingly well.
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Post-Doklam, Chinese aggression not yet over - Claude Arpi, Pioneer
Exploring grounds of convergence - Anirban R Banerjee, Pioneer
Regaining hearts and minds of the Nepalese - Ashok K Mehta, Pioneer
Prime Minister reinforces trend in India-Myanmar ties during visit - Harsj V Pant, Mail Today
China won't abandon Pak - Manoj Joshi, Mail Today
Atithi Devo bow bow - Chidanand Rajghatta, Times of India
The world has changed - Pioneer
‘Child sexual abuse is a national epidemic’ - Rinku Ghosh, Pioneer
Analysing the future of informational privacy - Sunieta Ojha & Talish Ray, Pioneer
Paedophiles on rampage! - Kanika Mehta, Pioneer
Time to break China-Pak’s anti-India nexus - Satish Kumar, Pioneer
Doklam resolution: Diplomacy as strategy - Manan Dwivedi, Pioneer
Mamata's brazen admission of Muslim appeasement - Anirban Ganguly, Pioneer
An India where knowledge is free - M Venkaiah Naidu, Indian Express
The two biggest threats to world peace today - RK Pachauri, Pioneer
Why ties with Myanmar are important for India - Elizabeth Roche, Mint
Dissecting the triple talaq judgement - Raghav Pandey, Pioneer
Will work to avoid repeat of Doklam, resolve Modi & Xi - Saibal Dasgupta, Times of India
India’s handling of Dokalam shows us the way to talk tough issues with China - Pranab Dhal Samanta, Economic Times
Beyond Doklam: The Brics connect - Manish Chand, Pioneer
N Korea’s bomb - Indian Express
Rearranging the BRICS - C Raja Mohan, Indian Express
Rise of women power in Modi Sarkar: Two in Cabinet Committee on Security - Aman Sharma, Economic Times
‘I strongly support demonetisation’ - Richa Mishra, Business Line
Modi chooses performance over politics - Poornima Joshi, Business Line
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