The move will end up becoming another burden on the public as the government has limited sources of raising money.
Jharkhand child's death is more proof that Aadhaar is becoming a project to deny India's poor their rights
Forcing technology on the impoverished will not save them.
A government that promotes privatisation has no right to impose higher taxes on products which have linkages with essential commodity prices.
It shows the government is not troubled by the noteban, mounting NPAs and poor employment growth.
The writing is on the wall: it is not possible to stop Beijing's imports and impossible to impose protectionism on domestic players.
It is important to see that not all public sector companies are loss-making.
It was first proposed as a tax reform proposal in 2004.
The latest proposal to tax farmers should have a broader plan to increase their income first.
The blame falls finally on the farmers themselves!