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Mint Views Daily Dispatch
11 minutes | Aug 22, 2020
70: Sushant Singh Rajput Case
In this episode of Mint View Daily Dispatch, Aresh Shirali in conversation with Anant Vijay about the recent controversy surrounding the suicide of Sushant Singh Rajput, CBI taking over the case, the possibilty of murder and how media is handling the story. Tune in to find out..
11 minutes | Jul 28, 2020
69: Arrival of the Rafale MMRCA
As the Rafale jets are set to land in Ambala on 29th July, in this episode of Mint View Daily dispatch Aresh Shirali in conversation with Anant Kala discussing the details of the Rafale deal and the implications of incorporating the new aircraft into the firepower of the Airforce.
13 minutes | Jul 15, 2020
68: Congress Party Crisis
In this episode of Mint View Daily Dispatch, Aresh Shirali in conversation with Anand Vijay Kala talks about the crisis in Congress party caused by a rebellion by Sachin Pilot, questioning the leadership of power in Rajasthan. Tune in to know more about it in detail.
11 minutes | Jul 14, 2020
67: Mistery Encounter of Vikas Dubey
A lot of suspicions is around the strange encounter of a gangster, Vikas Dubey and the story that has been told to the public seems to have a lot of loopholes. In this episode of Mint Views Daily Dispatch, Aresh Shirali in conversation with Anand Vijay Kala tries to figure the story behind these loopholes, in an effort to fill up the gap in the encounter of Vikas Dubey.
13 minutes | Jul 8, 2020
66: Urjit Patel Book, Overdraft: Saving the Indian Savers
Urjit Patel uses an interesting analogy the 'Checkhov's Gun' to answer questions like what is the banking sector and what are the core problems in it?
7 minutes | Jun 30, 2020
65: Indian ban on 59 Chinese apps
In this episode of Mint Views Daily DIspatch, let's find out why exactly India banned these 59 Chinese apps and what could be the repercussions and implications of this decision. Tune in.
10 minutes | Jun 23, 2020
64: China's objective around its activity on LAC.
What is China exactly up to? What is the objective of its actions around the LAC? Could it be to gain leverage in India? To find the answer to such questions, tune in to this episode of Mint Views Daily Dispatch.
7 minutes | Mar 12, 2020
63: 'Coronavirus a pandemic’ How it affects business & the global economy
The World Health Organization has characterized the coronavirus outbreak as a ‘pandemic’. This holds grave implications for both business and the global economy. Of particular concern is the fate of contracts. Insurers, for example, may invoke force majeure provisions and refuse to honour claims given the unexpected turn of events that has affected a vast number of people.
9 minutes | Mar 9, 2020
62: Russia-Saudi Arabia price war; implications for Indian market
Oil prices suffered a historic collapse after Saudi Arabia launched a price war against Russia. In general, lower oil prices are good for keeping inflation in check, but these gains could be outweighed by the impact of the demand slump taking place not only in India but globally.
8 minutes | Mar 5, 2020
61: Delhi violence- Govt may issue fresh regulations for social media platforms
In the wake of the Delhi violence, the Union government is contemplating issuing fresh guidelines to social media platforms on stopping online hate content. The government reportedly is planning some “tangible” and “visible “steps to do so.
10 minutes | Mar 2, 2020
60: US-Taliban sign peace deal- What are the implications for India?
A long-awaited peace deal was signed between the US and Taliban on Saturday. Conditions of the deal include a phased reduction of American troops in Afghanistan, prisoner swap and lifting of UN sanctions, among others. The question is will the Taliban to stick to the deal, and how would an eventual exit of US forces from Afghanistan affect India?
7 minutes | Feb 26, 2020
59: Should army be called in to contain violence in Delhi?
Delhi chief minister Arvind Kejriwal has suggested that the armed forces should be brought in to quell the violence. But shouldn’t matters related to maintenance of law and order be left to the police? The more pressing need is for all sides to step back so that the tempers are lowered and violence brought under control. This applies to all stakeholders, including protesters, the police, political leaders, and civil society at large.
10 minutes | Feb 25, 2020
58: Trump’s extravaganza in India: What it means for politics in US?
US President Donald Trump is on a visit to India. Besides the broad continuity in the India-US ties, what does it mean for the domestic politics in the US? Trump, who recently came out of an impeachment trial, could use the visit to bolster his image in the run-up to the 2020 Presidential election, particularly among the Indian diaspora in the US. But could it also affect the bipartisan nature of India’s relationship with the American polity?
9 minutes | Feb 17, 2020
57: SC orders Centre to give permanent commission to women in Army
The Supreme Court has ruled that all women officers shall be considered for permanent commission in the army and will be eligible for both ‘command’ and ‘criteria’ appointments. Technically, the order paves the way for India to have a woman general leading our army someday. On the ground, though, implementation may pose challenges due to sexist biases and prejudices prevalent among our people.
11 minutes | Feb 12, 2020
56: Should other states replicate Arvind Kejriwal led AAP’s governance model?
Arvind Kejriwal’s Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) swept back to power for the third time in a row in Delhi. The triumph owes mostly to welfarism and effective governance that trumped the nationalistic campaign pitch of the Bharatiya Janata Party. Could this act as a template for other states to follow?
8 minutes | Feb 6, 2020
55: Local Vs National issues: What will Delhi vote on in the upcoming polls?
Elections in Delhi is just round the corner. Both AAP and BJP has been quite robust in their campaigns. While the former confined their narrative to local issues and governance , the latter clearly put more emphasis on certain national issues. The point we discuss and analyse is whether it will be local or national issues that would determine the outcome of this election?
11 minutes | Feb 4, 2020
54: Budget 2020: Is economic growth possible without push to the private sector?
Budget 2020 hasn’t done much to address concerns over economic slowdown. With a nominal growth of 10% GDP growth translates into 5.5%-6% real GDP growth rate. The question is should we accept this rate as the new normal? This budget has seen a massive push to social sector and infrastructure through government spending. But the point is can we experience growth without the private sector? According to the latest Purchasing Manufacturer’s Index (PMI) private sector investment has shown a surge in eight years. Here is a discussion on the concept of growth and the current economic scenario.
9 minutes | Jan 31, 2020
52: As the Budget drumbeat rolls, what are our expectations?
All eyes are on finance minister Nirmala Sitharaman who will present the Union Budget on Saturday. A ramp-up in fiscal spending to revive growth seems likely. With key indicators including GDP, exports, investment showing poor numbers what can be done to increase consumption and revive growth? Greater infrastructure spending would help drive investment. On the other hand, a tax cut for the salaried could stimulate spending. Some argue it may be better to put money in the hands of the poor who have a greater tendency to spend. The choices are many, and Sitharaman has an unenviable task.
8 minutes | Jan 30, 2020
51: Kunal Kamra banned by three airlines; is the action justified?
IndiGo, Air India and SpiceJet have barred Kunal Kamra from flying with them after he heckled Republic TV anchor Arnab Goswami onboard a flight. Kamra reportedly confronted Goswami with multiple questions and mocked him even as Goswami chose to ignore him. Such behavior can be a nuisance for other passengers besides posing security risks. But is the ban too harsh a step?
7 minutes | Jan 29, 2020
50: Will the EU resolutions on CAA & Art 370 affect ties with India?
The European Parliament is set to debate on resolutions that centre on India’s amended citizenship law and the revocation of Jammu and Kashmir’s autonomy. The most critical of these resolutions is the one on the citizenship law, which an overwhelming number of members of the European parliament consider discriminatory. A European Union spokesperson has clarified that the resolutions do not reflect the official position of the 28-member bloc. But the question remains: Do these resolutions pose diplomatic challenges to India and can they impact India-EU ties?
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