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Ayushman Kaul rated it liked it Jan 07, An impression gathered ground that, while I started as a staunch supporter of swadeshi, I changed course and became an advocate of liberalisation, privatisation and globalisation. Ask politicians, businessmen, and everyone who cheats on his taxes.
Confessions of a Swadeshi Reformer – a reader’s words
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I think he is referring to the no-confidence motion of that brought down the NDA government by one vote. Penguin Books India Published: Yashwant Sinha, finance minister in the caretaker government, was in Patna, contesting for the Lok Sabha against tough opposition, when a senior officer from the finance ministry brought an urgent file for his signature: Lists with This Book.
The finance minister’s decision to issue the Resurgent India Swadesui helped tide over it, raising 4. He suggested to me that, as in the United States, if we encouraged housing in India, it could become a major multiplier of economic prosperity. reformef
Karan rated it did not like it Jun 17, Confeessions of a Swadeshi Reformer: Leave a Reply Cancel reply Enter your comment here He was asked by the Congress party to come to the House that day and vote against us. Amit Tiwary marked it as to-read Jul 01, Yashwant Sinha was finance minister for four years, untiland presented five budgets.
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But the BJP crowd refused to move away from the anti-reform, anti-globalisation slogans of the early s. Collecting food and drink books Nothing quite whets the appetite for rare and collectible books like old and vintage cookbooks. Jay Shah marked it as to-read Feb 01, The current generation is using oil at subsidized prices, the full cost of which will have to be paid by future generations. Ask the seller a question. For those familiar with the people here, Jayalaliths is generally recognized as one of the more corrupt politicians.
Shambhu Sasmal marked it as to-read Dec 10, Vineet Pandey rated it really liked it Jan 12, Want to Read Currently Reading Read. Umair Mir rated it liked it Aug 08, Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. Karn Satyarthi rated it liked it May 10, Yashwant Sinha is perhaps the most passionate when talking about the malaise in the public sector undertakings, the wastage of money and resoures, and the resistance to their privatization from all quarters.
Aashish rated it liked it Apr 16, Little ideological underpinnings to the arguments made by communists, labor union leaders, and politicians – but for the most part it’s self-interest, often at considerable cost to the nation, that is at work here. Yashwant Sinha here is referring to cost escalations that are rampant in almost any construction activity undertaken by almost any arm of the government.
Shashank Shukla rated it really liked it Confssions 04, A K marked it as to-read Apr 22, One minor quibble is that Yashwant Sinha makes copious use of the ‘perpedicular pronoun’, excessive usage of the word ‘I’.
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Confessions of a Swadeshi Reformer : My Years as a Finance Minister
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