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Zia Haq

US Turned Blind Eye To Pak Nuke Programme In 70s After China's Intervention: Report

Dec 21, 2018 Outlook Web Bureau

In addition to the US turning a blind eye to Pakistan's nuclear weapons programme, China also convinced the US to start giving more military and financial aid to Pakistan.

Hail This Low Inflation, But Stay Worried

Jul 13, 2017 Zia Haq

Core inflation or prices excluding food, beverage and fuel has also moderated to 4% from 4.2%. All this points to a slowing economy.


Narendra Modi Government Gears Up To Counter China's One Belt One Road

A string of airports, road and river links are expected to come up in the Northeast by the end of 2017-18

Taxing Farm-Income: An Idea Whose Time Has Come

May 08, 2017 Zia Haq

Two top economists with the government have suggested taxing farmers’ income. Five reasons why that shouldn't scare our politicians


NDA’s Not-So-Hidden Weapon Helping It Dodge Rajya Sabha

As Modi govt successfully pushes money bills one too many, Opposition cries foul.

23 March, 2017

Muslim Litigants In Babri Masjid Case Say They Are ‘Not Keen On Talks Again’

Zia Haq

The bench on Tuesday had taken up a plea by Bharatiya Janata Party leader Subramanian Swamy for a speedy outcome.


20 March, 2017

What Do Copyright Experts Feel About Wrangle Between Ilayaraja And SPB?

Zia Haq

Balasubrahmanyam doesn’t need Ilayaraja’s permission to perform his songs. He is an equal owner. Ilayaraja though may seek his share of proceeds



20 March, 2017

More Paid Leave For Working Moms, Bias Against HIV+ To Be Crime

Zia Haq

Parliament to take up key social legislations for passage


18 March, 2017

5 Tough Turnaround Targets Awaiting UP CM-Designate Yogi Adityanath

Zia Haq

Firebrand Hindutva mascot Yogi Adityanath, the new CM to be, will have to deliver on one of the most ambitious manifestos of the BJP, from farms to job creation


27 February, 2017

How Different Is Your IMFL From Desi Daaru?

Zia Haq

Country liquor and the IMFL are just not any different from . The difference largely has to do with flavours, which begins only once blenders take over the alcohol.


22 February, 2017

Kenneth Arrow: A Beautiful Mind

Zia Haq

Kenneth Arrow, a brilliant economic mind and a Nobel winner to whom the discipline owes great intellectual debt, has died at 95 at his Palo Alto California home.


01 February, 2017

A Popular, Not Populist Budget

Zia Haq

The budget set against the backdrop of a destabilising demonetisation process, seeks to give a renewed but measured welfare a push because it is not dipping into more borrowings than the fiscal legroom permits.


14 December, 2016

Populism Is Back. But Does It Make For Good Economics Or Bad?

Zia Haq

In India, populist politics is a mode of government. Its masses need to be pleased all the time


29 November, 2016

Demonetisation Blues: We Aren't Alone

Zia Haq

Globally, monetarists are building a case for cashless. But not overnight drives. Europe has time until 2018 to retire €500. Philippines has given a two-year notice to junk old pesos.


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Health workers inoculate a COVID-19 vaccine dose to a beneficiary during a mega-vaccination drive to mark PM Modi's 71st birthday, in Beawar district.

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Devotees carry an idol of Lord Ganesh for immersion in the Tawi river, in Jammu.

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Saints pray to Lord Swaminarayan during 'Jal Jalani Edkashi' at Gurukul in Surat.

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Activists of Samuga Needhi Katchi wear masks of Tamil Nadu Chief Minister MK Stalin and former chief minister M Karunanidhi, during the pledge owing on the 143rd birth anniversary of Thanthai Periyar, in Coimbatore.

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Health workers inoculate a COVID-19 vaccine dose to a beneficiary during a mega-vaccination drive to mark PM Modi's 71st birthday, in Ahmedabad.

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