Around the time that the British voted to leave the EU on the issue of ‘job-takers’, the government of Kerala is planning to include the migrant worker in the social security net. The challenge will, of course, be to track the millions of daily wage earners, who are constantly on the move.
After being the target of uncontrolled personal attacks, central bank governor Rajan has chosen to return to academics.
The attempt by the film certification board in India to censor a film on drug abuse in Punjab in the name of political correctness gets trashed by the court.
The recent incident in ‘holy’ Mathura of armed squatters opening fire on policemen killing two officers, shows that the Indian politician is a very slow learner.
As Subramanian Swamy pours venom on RBI Governor Rajan, a baffled corporate India looks on. Will the government brush him aside and allow Rajan to continue? Or will they use this as a chance to bring in a more pliable economist?