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India’s economy is tottering, inflation is too high and growth too low. The Congress-led UPA government allowed the economy to drift during its second term. Why? Because it did not focus on real issues, failed to govern effectively and did not carry out any significant reforms.
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The Nifty touched a high of 6758 during the week, part of a market rally for 10 consecutive sessions – the longest streak in five years. An overdue correction set in towards the end of the week with the Nifty ending flat at 6694.