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Tamil Nadu politics won’t be same without Jayalalithaa

Jayalalithaa was admired for her hugely popular schemes like Amma canteens, Amma drinking water, and Amma pharmacy

Disruptions in parliament amount to gagging majority: Pranab Mukherjee

President said holding of frequent elections is a strain on both administrative and financial resources

Revisiting foundations of Aadhaar

Apart from being one of the most ambitious identity projects in the country, it has also been one of the most misunderstood

Why you must spare a thought for this poor farmer...

...but not for the reasons given in this ad

Procedural changes from 1978 may have created huge loopholes

Banned notes could be transferred to anybody, no declarations are needed

The really cashless economy

Rural India is putting up a brave face, with even guarded optimism about the fight against black money

People are adapting faster than we had thought: Nirmala Sitharaman

“The problem with the opposition is that if we do this, they say you were unprepared and if don’t do this, they say you are not doing enough…”

We had lawyers and media coverage, adivasis have nothing: Nandini Sundar

Academic-activist talks about ‘fictitious and absurd cases’ against her and others caught in the crossfire in Chhattisgarh

“What is the logic of demonetising Rs 500-1,000 notes and then printing Rs 2,000 note?”

An interview with Arun Kumar, retired economics professor, JNU on demonetisation

Exchanging notes

Highlights of ‘Demonetisation: Impact on the Economy’, a working paper by NIPFP, an autonomous research institute under the finance ministry


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