Sandeep Bamzai
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The writer is editor, Mail Today.

MONEY

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Why I felt a little short-changed with Budget 2015

Finance minister Arun Jaitley rightly shunned populism, but I didn't find the transformative idea I was looking for.

MONEY

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Budget 2015: What's Arun Jaitley's recipe for economic growth?

The canvas is available, it requires bold strokes and more than anything else a grand vision for India's economy.

POLITICS

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1947 Partition: How Sardar Patel foiled Nawab of Bhopal's plan

The princes were told that Instrument of Accession was a "take it or leave it" political offer from the Congress which would not be repeated.

MONEY

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Why Budget 2015 could transform the Indian economy

This Budget needs to be decisive. It requires a cogent articulation of the BJP's economic vision, with a gauge to measure the government's reform momentum.

MONEY

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How the Public Sector Banks are in clear and present danger

The risks to PSU bank balance sheets are worrisome as seen with third quarter results where profits are falling off the cliff.

POLITICS

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Three essentials the Budget must provide to see Modi's development dream

Budget 2015 is an opportunity for Modi and Jaitley to tell India what exactly they want to do with the economy.

POLITICS

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Saradha scam isn't just Mamata versus Centre, it's much bigger than that

The entire Saradha scam is littered with discrepancies, for even investigators haven't understood the true extent of the scam.

POLITICS

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Remembering the stampede of Kashmiri Pandits

Twenty five years after the exodus, all of us in our own small ways grapple with this reality of being taken out of the Valley.

MONEY

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Europe on the verge of crisis: India needs fresh reforms

Once the Delhi elections are out of the way, Modi has a huge window of opportunity to ram reforms down our throats.

SPORTS

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From Pataudi to Dhoni: What it takes to be an Indian cricket captain

Indian captains have always been tormented and finally chased out. Public scrutiny has driven cricketers to the verge of breakdowns.