Keyword : Montek Singh Ahluwalia

Eradicating poverty in India a Sisyphean task

The Narendra Modi government wants to banish poverty from India by the year 2032, a target that is ambitious and fraught with potential pitfalls. The government has thrashed out an a

“Trade policy was pretty fundamentally restructured in about 10 hours”

 “The crisis was really severe. No one younger than 45 can imagine what it was like. We had run out of foreign exchange, the rating agencies had downgraded us and imports had to be squee

“We need leaders who will try to explain the logic [of reforms] to the people,” says Montek Singh Ahluwalia

If there is one person from the bureaucracy who has made the biggest contribution in planning and implementing the economic reforms, it has to be Montek Singh Ahluwalia. Commerce secretary at t

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All governments have failed the people of India: Yashwant Sinha

 “The support of political parties to reforms depends on which side they sit in the parliament,” said former finance minister Yashwant Sinha while referring to the 1991 economic re



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