Tag Archives: Lock down

Economic Impact of the Lock down on India

Covid GDP

Mises India Institute President Dr. Madhusudan Raj was recently interviewed by Mr. Yohan Tengra of Anarchy for Freedom India to discuss the economic fallout of the Covid-19 lock down that the Indian government has imposed since last couple of months. They discussed the following topics: Economic condition of India before the lock down, The main […]

India, A Rudderless Ship

Sinking Ship

To control the spread of coronavirus, India went into a complete curfew on 24th March 2020. For the last two months of this ongoing curfew, the Indian government has repeatedly asserted success. How valid is their claim? And was the lockdown justifiable from a cost-benefit perspective? The government says that it instructed all arriving international […]

A New Self Reliant India

Self Reliant India

Amidst the ongoing Covid-19 lock down in India, yesterday the prime minister announced continuation of the lock down in its fourth phase in little less restricted mode. More importantly, he also announced an economic stimulus package worth 20 trillion rupees i.e., some 10% of India’s GDP. This package will also include already announced measures as […]

Covid-19 Pandemic and the Indian and World Economy & Society

Covid-19 and Economy

Recently Mises India Institute President Dr. Madhusudan Raj was interviewed by Mr. Ibrahim Susiwala – a Senior Partner, Enwisen Consulting LLP – to discuss myriad of issues like the condition of the Indian and the world economy today, how businesses will survive amidst the Covid-19 chaos, Indian stock market and many other such economic, political […]

Coronavirus and the Emerging Police State in India (Mises Interviews, Episode 3, Mr. Jayant Bhandari )

Coronavirus and the Emerging Police State in India In our third episode we again sit down with Mr. Jayant Bhandari to discuss the on-going Coronavirus Pandemic related lock down that Indian PM Narendra Modi imposed on India on 25th March. Mr. Bhandari discusses and warns Indians about the emerging ‘police state’ in India under the […]