Monthly Archives: January 2015

From the Editor

ATITHI Devo Bhava’ or ‘A guest is akin to God’ is an ancient Indian credo. India will have the most powerful personality of the world as its atithi on Republic Day. US President Barack Obama’s visit is likely to be … Continue reading

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The gfiles Governance Awards 2014 felicitated civil servants who strove to make a difference by taking good governance practices to the people ADDITIONAL Secretary in the Union Coal Ministry AK Dubey proudly remembers an incident involving his friend and Kerala … Continue reading

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Modi Governance: Quo Vadis?

The Modi government has been in power for nearly eight months now. Yet, there is no sign of an architecture or blueprint of Modi’s governance agenda Christmas (December 25) was observed as Good Governance Day to celebrate the birthday of … Continue reading

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Jignesh Shah The end game begins

Jignesh Shah is selling his stake as he and his company, FTIL, have been declared unfit to run any exchange The higher you go, the greater your fall. Two, there are no permanent mai-baaps to break your fall each time … Continue reading

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Inspector Raj bleeds economy!

Reforms have not improved the ease of doing business in India and everybody knows why. There has to be a check on the still pervasive inspector raj. ajay Jain and Saurabh Jain regret the day they decided to shift their … Continue reading

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