Vasudeva Reddy

Vasudeva Reddy
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Engineer, Manager, Blogger, Photography enthusiast and a finance professional
Demonetisation was the first step and a big one at that. Demonetisation was one of those rare policies where there was a mixed opinion about the failure or success of the policy and the participants on both sides were...
Slowest quarterly growth in last three years! 98.96% of specified bank notes found their way back to banking system Glitches in GST filing and woes of exports Is there anything good about this economy to talk? Have you ever questioned, despite...
Richard H Thaler, a name known to not many people few days back, is the current topic of discussion in the economic circles. If you are a not-my-problem guy and unaware of Thaler name, he won Nobel Prize in...
Petrol price in India is a perennial source of discussion, no matter which party is in power. Yet again, time has come to open Pandora’s Box. Have you ever wondered why ‘one nation- one tax’ GST didn’t include petroleum...
Have you ever wondered how fairly the most celebrated news media houses in the world, BBC and CNN report news? Well, the answer is, not so fairly. They are biased in one way or other, but in a dignified...
Mahatma Gandhi National Rural Employment Guarantee Scheme (MGNREGS or NREGS in short) is undoubtedly one of the most debated social welfare scheme in India, and it is not surprising given its magnitude. From the time it helped UPA to...
Whatever we call history will become myth someday in future, and whatever we call as myth "possibly" had a history at some point in the past. Harvard University is going to offer classes on Ramayana and Mahabharata in the...
Indian Forex (Foreign- Exchange) reserves touched a historical high of $392.8 Billion, in absolute terms, as on 28.07.2017. Just In case, if you are not able appreciate that fact, we had Forex reserves of $600 million in 1991 which...
Our finance minister, Mr. Arun Jaitley, recently opened a Pandora's box when he said, "For 70 years, India’s democracy has completely been funded by invisible money- Elected representatives, political parties, Governments, parliaments. And I must say that the election...
If my memory serves me right, we have celebrated the resilience of Indian financial system for escaping the second worst financial crisis, after Great Depression, unscathed. But, the recent turmoil in the Indian banking system has made us realize...
“The object of war is not to die for your country, but to make other bastard die for his” – George S Patton. The result of war is better measured by the valour of the soldiers than the win itself....
It is no secret when it comes to PM Shri Narendra Modi’s love towards Non-Resident Indians Dashboard(will be addressed as NRIs from now on) and I don’t think anybody would dispute on that front though there are set of...