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Sanjeev Ahluwalia

Sanjeev Ahluwalia | Glasgow COP looming: Feel earth move under your feet

At the current rate of around thirty-four billion tons of CO2 emissions per year, we could exhaust our carbon budget in less than a decade

25 Oct 2021 1:10 AM

Glasgow COP is near: Fix rewards for aggressive mitigation of goal

The race to keep global climate stable seems irrevocably loaded against us, already

27 Aug 2021 1:08 AM

Taming regulatory excess in retail markets

Sadly, legislation, in democracies, is strongly influenced by political economy which dilutes technical good sense

18 Jul 2021 7:47 AM

Sanjeev Ahluwalia | The morality of stock markets

Capital intensive competitive 'games' have a funneling effect where the biggest players benefit disproportionately

13 Jun 2021 7:14 AM

Sanjeev Ahluwalia | The social media djinn: Excluding and unsocial

India women are 26 per cent less likely to access mobile Internet due to misogyny, harassment and revenge porn

09 May 2021 12:00 AM

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Sanjeev Ahluwalia | Indian subnationalism past its expiry date?

Kerala, Tamil Nadu and West Bengal, represent exemplar benchmarks for regionalism with deep political, social, linguistic and cultural roots

11 Apr 2021 12:00 AM

Sanjeev Ahluwalia | A bottom-up view of the annual Budget

Despite the hoopla around the Union government’s Budget, for citizens, allocations in their state budgets matter more

14 Feb 2021 4:35 AM

Sanjeev Ahluwalia | Playing with God’s world: ‘Growth’ has a high price

It is also unclear to what extent the disaster is the outcome of over-exploitation of resources in the back-to-back construction of dams

10 Feb 2021 7:14 AM

Sanjeev Ahluwalia | C-virus funk? Relax, and respect the kids

There are so many moving parts, any of which could pitch the game against the parent or the child

10 Jan 2021 7:32 AM

2021: A magical bridge across troubled waters

The enhanced vaccine cover will, we hope, diminish social and economic disruptions.

31 Dec 2020 4:43 AM

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Sanjeev Ahluwalia | Keeping Big Biz out of banks not a good idea

Increasing the number of well- capitalised private banks will induce competition and dilute the concentration of economic power

04 Dec 2020 7:35 AM

Sanjeev Ahluwalia | Different, and same: Pandemic musings

The ongoing pandemic’s most telling debris — other than heightened neurosis and germaphobia — are the ubiquitous masks

29 Nov 2020 9:45 AM

Lockdowns are overkill, and won’t tame the virus

The silence of economic graveyards can be very expensive for struggling economies like ours

24 Mar 2020 7:49 PM

The C-virus impact on the lives of urban Indians

Globalisation benefited urban India the most, so it is urban India that is now affected the most

16 Mar 2020 11:49 AM

Treating Trump better may be good for India; but let’s not forget China

Look no further than enjoying at Ahmedabad a grander version of the Narendra Modi-Donald Trump event in Houston last year in September.

22 Feb 2020 3:18 AM

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Seismic changes haunt BJP after Delhi shock

To be sure the city of Delhi — a cossetted child of emperors starting with the Great Mughals — is spoilt silly.

15 Feb 2020 3:07 AM

New thinking is needed, Band-Aids won’t suffice

The government has been firefighting since FY 2019 using mostly Band-Aids of the cheapest kinds.

29 Jan 2020 2:26 AM

Modi legacy: What the future holds for India

The man is full of energy, strong in the saddle and is likely to be around till 2030.

07 Jan 2020 1:29 AM

Stoke ‘animal spirits’ to let India breathe again

The economic downturn has cannibalised the participation of women in the workforce -- down to 26 per cent from 37 per cent in FY 2005.

25 Dec 2019 2:13 AM

Can govt let private sector take lead on growth?

Bringing the private sector centre-stage requires a sea change in the manner of its participation and its role in nation-building.

02 Dec 2019 12:00 AM

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