Here are a few budget reactions from the corporate world sent to me by the respective PR agencies. While some are lauding Pranab, others are not too happy with him. As a layman, I am only happy with Pranab for making it a rural-focussed budget. … Continue readingBudget reactions from the corporate world
Coalition politics is a different game but Congress is a master of that. Having wrestled the opposition to the ground in the historic mandate this year, I am sure they will find a middle ground with its tantrum-throwing ally, the DMK led by the super … Continue readingDMK is demanding more than just its pound of flesh
It’s heartening to note that this Lok Sabha will comprise the maximum number of women members of parliament in history – 61. Statistics also reveal that women MPs in the past have outperformed men and also have a higher success ratio in elections. Does this … Continue readingGeneral elections showcase women of substance
Agreed his father Rajiv became the prime minister at 40 and he could at 38, but Rahul Gandhi should not only stay away from becoming the PM, but he should also avoid the pitfalls of being a Cabinet minister. Here is why… 1. Becoming a … Continue readingRahul Gandhi should not be in Cabinet
Now that the Congress-led alliance has made BJP’s LK Advani weep his way to political oblivion, will the shrewd economist in prime minister Dr Manmohan Singh assert himself a lot more like he did with the US nuclear deal and set right the anomalies in … Continue readingManmohanomics: Will it win over Recessionomics?