Why Some Indians Don’t Like New IMF Chief Economist Gita Gopinath

Even as Indians celebrated the appointment of Gita Gopinath as the International Monetary Fund's chief economist -- the first woman to hold the post -- back in her home state of Kerala, she's loathed for her free market policies.

04/10/2018 4:30 AM
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  • Ibraheem S.
    29/01/2019 21:19

    yes good job gita

  • Sarika M.
    12/01/2019 04:10

    Proud moment

  • Karthik P.
    11/01/2019 15:16

    Raghu rajan did not resigned, he is a great man but he failed to stop bad loans to malaya nirav in Congress rule.

  • Milind W.
    11/01/2019 06:42

    Samandar sahebanna hardik shubheschya pudhil vatchali karta..

  • Bharat M.
    10/01/2019 18:58

    Brain drain

  • Sheen J.
    10/01/2019 15:21

    Of course she was, a smart woman with opinion which is not the popular one. Now that she is where she deserves to be for all her hard work, Indians have the validation they needed to accept her and will 'claim' her as their own.

  • Joyel N.
    10/01/2019 12:02

    This shows out that what drags back our country is it's worst politics!!!

  • Sushant T.
    10/01/2019 10:20

    I believe same thing happened in Nazi Germany when great scientists and scholars like Albert Einstein, Enrico Fermi fled to USA or other liberal western countries. Ideological rigidity will give us nothing.

  • Shubham P.
    10/01/2019 09:28

    Swapnanil Chowdhury

  • Junaid A.
    10/01/2019 05:11

    HIGH POSTS LIKE CM's PM's DC's filled with closed economy fools ...who want to adhere to the pre 1990's rituals. Yes . A microscopic community of fools driving such economist's out to bring idiot laureate like Ram dev to govern the principles. Isn't this funny ...😂😂

  • Umi R.
    10/01/2019 02:55

    Very cool!

  • Vaibhav D.
    09/01/2019 18:46

    Vandana Dwivedi

  • Reshmi S.
    09/01/2019 16:46

    This page is sponsored by Congress party.

  • Saswat H.
    09/01/2019 16:16

    The day topics like -Religion, caste, creed, colour, culture, cow wouldnot matter to India, that is the day to get ready people, India is all set to become the developed country.

  • Sanith P.
    09/01/2019 14:30

    What she said about demonetization is that it is not recommendable for a developing country like India, It is true but there was no other choice and she might have said it after that.

  • Charit R.
    09/01/2019 14:05

    Kicking out talent has been a thing for India for decades and it just continues.

  • Meera M.
    09/01/2019 13:27

    Very sad

  • Shaunak K.
    09/01/2019 12:39


  • Samipya M.
    09/01/2019 12:16

    Dikshita Khataniar

  • Shaunak J.
    09/01/2019 11:49

    Yashodhan Manerikar

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