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Latest Articles in Arun Jaitley

A Genius With True Wisdom

During the 2004 elections, after the BJP lost, I joined the media cell. It was after 2007 that I started keeping regular touch with Jaitley ji and we would often call each other.

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A Great Statesman

The current government has not bothered about the 91st amendment. Nor about what the Constitution says. It has gone ahead and used the defections of individual members. If Jaitley was in good health, he would have perhaps commented on or questioned this.

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He Understood The Big Picture

Apart from the economy, Jaitley’s knowledge and understanding of Indian history and culture was prodigious.

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The Best Of Times, The Worst Of Times

As the Modi government battles the slowdown, with reliefs and reforms, BW Businessworld looks closely at the impact the measures are likely to have on the economy

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A Nationalist Who Helped In The Mainstreaming Of BJP

As finance minister, his role in the GST rollout will always be remembered. Another achievement of the Narendra Modi government was that of expanding the Jan Dhan accounts and Jaitley executed it with his trademark finesse.

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Gently Into The Night...

India has lost a former finance and defence minister. Our democracy is now bereft of one of the finest parliamentarians that has adorned its chambers. Justice weeps, for it has lost one of its fairest and most illustrious sons. Cricket is today much the poorer, its finest strategist having departed ...

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Arun Jaitley – A Nationalist And A Liberal Who Helped In Mainstreaming Of BJP

The passing away of Arun Jaitley marks an end in the history of modern BJP

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Former Finance Minister, Arun Jaitley Passes Away

He was rushed to AllMS on August 9 after he complained of breathlessness and restlessness. He was kept under observation at the Cardio-Neuro-Centre of the hospital.

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Parle May Cut Up To 10,000 Jobs Amid Slowdown, Falling Demand

A sharp drop in Parle’s biscuit sales means the company may have to slash production, which may result in layoffs of 8,000-10,000 people, Mayank Shah, Category Head at Parle, said in a telephone interview from Mumbai.

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Corporate Tax For Large Companies To Be Gradually Cut To 25%: Sitharaman

The ministry has decided to hold meetings of tax administrators across various Tier II cities in the country.

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'Woo Private Sector, Keep Corporate Tax At 10%'

Today, the private sector feels harassed. They, instead, need to be wooed. So many people are going abroad. Create incentives for them. Corporate taxes should be no more than 10 per cent

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Jaitley On Life Support; Nitish, Piyush Goyal And Others Visit AIIMS

The All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS) has not issued any bulletin on Jaitley's health condition since August 10.

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The Rise and Rise of Mr. Amit Shah

Shah cut his teeth in electioneering as a 13-year-old, when he worked for Sardar Patel’s daughter Maniben Patel’s Lok Sabha campaign in 1977.

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The Rise and Rise of Mr Amit Shah

Shah cut his teeth in electioneering as a 13-year-old, when he worked for Sardar Patel’s daughter Maniben Patel’s Lok Sabha campaign in 1977

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The Real Test Begins

For this issue’s cover story, we have something special lined up for you. As you may have read, India’s leading online travel company Yatra has recently been acquired by Ebix. The US-headquartered Ebix has a fascinating story, and so has its flamboyant CEO, Robin Raina.

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