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Don’t fire from Supreme Court’s shoulder

Fighting social ills needs engagement with communities, throwing the Constitution at them won’t help.

Greece has 'basically achieved' its reform goals: Juncker

Greece's creditors carried out the review intended to evaluate progress on reforms by the Athens government as it hopes to unlock the next tranche of its 86-billion-euro ($95 billion) bailout agreed in July.


India's sovereign rating may be pressured if polls end in hung Parliament: S&P's

Any downgrade from its current ratings would place India's debt in 'junk' category: S&P's

There is no case for India's rating downgrade: Rangarajan

Government has already taken a host of reform measures,including passing the Pension Bill.

Easy reforms over,time now for difficult ones,says Manmohan Singh

The UPA govt has been pursuing the principal opposition party BJP to get through the hike in FDI.

Exit norms relaxed for road developers

In a push to reforms for the road sector,the Cabinet Committee on Economic Affairs (CCEA)


‘India needs another round of reforms’

India needs another round of reforms for better GDP growth and rid itself of unnecessary regulations to reduce corruption,Paris-based think-tank OECD has said.

Foreign Trade Policy announced no big ticket reforms,says FIEO

Govt measures to boost exports and revive SEZs have evoked mixed response.

P Chidambaram promises more reforms

The government is steadily and surely working on next generation of reforms to put the economy back on high growth path.

State has only one cop for 1,450 people: Report

A comparative study of police infrastructure in West Bengal with those of other states has brought to light the pitiable condition of the state police and the need for its urgent reforms and modernisation.