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Thursday, July 15, 2010

Who has the best sources?

Tamal Bandyopadhyay has amazing sources. He got the full text of RBI's letter about the Protect Insurance Companies Ordinance. And, he has got a copy of the elusive MoF FSDC White Paper. Tamal, please release these on wikileaks! Also see Shaji Vikraman in the Economic Times.

And, see C. Rangarajan's comments in the Indian Express.

1 comment:

  1. Tamal is simply the best banking reporter in India. Has been for a long time. The difference between him and others is he also is one of the most ethical and honest journalists in India, which makes his ability to get sources to talk and get the information he gets that much more difficult. And over the years he has developed the best contextual understanding of what his information means. I am glad to see his abilities being publicly noticed.
    Raju Narisetti


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