Monthly Archives: October 2012

Vol. 6 | issue 7 | August 2012   Cover story petroleum pricing   Oil & gas crisis Controlling decontrol Poor governance of hydrocarbon reforms and a disjointed pursuit of policy and regulatory changes have jeopardised the country’s energy security. … Continue reading

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Circus of oil pricing

Vol. 6 | issue 7 | August 2012   COVER STORY petroleum pric   Circus of oil pricing It makes no sense to first make the oil marketing companies sell fuel at below cost and then compensate them with a subsidy. … Continue reading

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Vol. 6 | issue 7 | August 2012   governance security a k verma   Reds are here to stay The Maoists present a complex challenge, which has a mix of ideology, people’s disenchantment with the governing processes and mechanisms, … Continue reading

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Stabbing the dead, yet

 Vol. 6 | issue 7 | August 2012   defence war m g devasahayam   1962 China War Stabbing the dead, yet Speaking a month before the 50th anniversary of China’s military offensives, Army Chief General Bikram Singh said: “I … Continue reading

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Taxing the poor

Vol. 6 | issue 7 | August 2012   BUSINESS taxation t n pandey   Taxing the poor Short term committees, (like the Shome committee for GAAR) have become camouflages for implementing preset Government’s decisions   The report of the … Continue reading

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