- Targeted treatment
- Turkish detour
- India should have its own policy on Afghanistan, says Hamid Karzai
- Refuge from the sinking islands
- Powering up food
- The LoP Excuse
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- Time to revisit the idea of public sector banks
- We should tax agriculture. But how?
- More farm credit is meaningless
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Fortification is good but needs regulation. Augmenting foods with nutrients can improve overall health, but it must be regulated.
So, when the SC asked the government to select the Lokpal, even in the absence of the Leader of Opposition, it should also have asked why the statutory provision was ignored.
The current outrage over the proposal to tax agricultural income misses the point — often deliberately
Lending directed by the state has meant that Indian banks have slipped into crisis mode at the end of every business cycle
While the idea is reasonable, the issue is so political that it will automatically ring in negative points for the implementer
It will only further farmers’ indebtedness. Government must find sustainable ways to boost farm income and productivity.