Sunday Sentiments

  • Rajan’s departure is hardly a surprise

    Published On June 26, 2016

    I’m not an economist nor an administrator so my opinion of whether Raghuram Rajan should have continued as Governor of the Reserve Bank carries little weight. Of cour...
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  • Power in the wrong hands is ruinous

    Published On June 19, 2016

    I’m not writing to defend Pahlaj Nihalani. Perish the thought! But if you create an institution that has the power to censor and, then, give it guidelines to define t...
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  • Help them dance their way to glory

    Published On June 12, 2016

    I’m not sure what to make of this story which is why I’ve chosen to share it with you. Sometimes telling a tale helps to understand it better. As you speak or write...
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  • Next time you visit London, go to a play

    Published On June 5, 2016

    “Is there something London can boast off that’s argueably better than anywhere else in the world?” Pertie was clearly taunting me. The word ‘boast’ was a dead...
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