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  • "That's interesting logic," said Arvind Virmani, an IMF board member from India.

    Europe and Asia Battle Over IMF Post

  • "Europe no longer has the divine right to this job," Arvind Subramanian and Nicolas Véron of the Peterson Institute for International Economics, a Washington think tank, wrote this week.

    Fund Falls Behind In Global Changes

  • Unfortunately, even in this budget, the government has tried to shrink from taking any decision by merely stating that this subject is under discussion, said Arvind Singhal, Chairman, Technopak Advisors.

    India's Budget: Industry Speaks

  • I cannot find the Samuelson article online, but I have located a response by Jagdish Bhagwati, Arvind Panagariya, and T.N. Srinivasan.

    Outsourcing Muddles, Arnold Kling | EconLog | Library of Economics and Liberty

  • "If something happens to Anna, the government will be directly responsible," Arvind Kejriwal, one of the chief organizers of Mr. Hazare's campaign, told supporters.

    Hazare Weakens as India Talks Stumble

  • Rajanish Kakade/Associated Press A man held up a picture depicting Mr. Hazare and two of his aides, Arvind Kejrival and Kiran Bedi, as the stars of Bollywood film "Gandhigiri " in Mumbai, Aug.17.

    Art for Anna Hazare

  • Air India Chairman Arvind Jadhav gave a presentation to its 20 lenders--including State Bank of India and Syndicate Bank Ltd. The restructuring will include replacing short-term loans with long term ones and reduce interest rates, the airline said, without elaborating.

    Air India Meets Lenders to Restructure Debt

  • One anti-corruption bill is proposed by the government called the "Sarkari Lokpal bill" (Government Lokpal bill) and other one proposed by the civil society which is represented by Anna Hazare, Arvind Kejriwal, Prashant Bhushan and Shanti Bhushan called the "Jan Lokpal bill" (People's Lokpal bill).

    Piyush Mangukiya: India 2.0: Bracing To Be Corruption Free

  • Arvind Kejriwal, an Ashoka fellow, has made it public multiple times that "voting in favor of a strong anti-corruption bill by various members of parliament would literally mean that they are signing off their suicide notes."

    Piyush Mangukiya: India 2.0: Bracing To Be Corruption Free

  • This means Anna Hazare, Arvind Kejriwal and some other social activists should not be part of this law-making process as they were not elected by the people and hence they don't represent the civil society.

    Piyush Mangukiya: India 2.0: Bracing To Be Corruption Free

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