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Sanjeev Sabhlok's revolutionary blog A call for classical liberal policies in India (and the world)

English - Liberty, Economics, India
http://sabhlokcity.com/
Sanjeev Sabhlok's revolutionary · 1W ago

A masterpiece by Uday Deb – how Hindutva is holding back “Make in India”

I asked the TOI editor to convey my appreciation to Uday Deb for his illustration for my TOI op-ed yesterday.
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Report by Horasis on the India Meeting 2017 at Interlaken, including on my participation

The Horasis think tank has published its report on the 25-26 June India Meeting. The final program of attendees, here
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For my future reference: my current broadband speed at home

NBN is coming to my home next month and I suspect (from the reports in the media) that I’m going
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Response to Parag Hede regarding the role of population in India’s Third World status and performance

Parag has commented: @sabhlok Dear Sir lovely article on TOI tday. Agree with ur views. But I always feel population
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My article yesterday in Times of India regarding why neither BJP nor Congress can help India

I shared this with a few people yesterday. Sharing the links to the article, below: In Times of India: http://blogs.timesofindia.indiatimes.com/toi-edit-page/can-india-be-first-world-we-drea...
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Three strategies for trying out cryptocurrency – least risky to most risky

I was talking to someone on Friday about the risks of cryptocurrency. There are essentially three strategies: a) LEAST RISKY In
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लिब्रलिस्म क्या है? What is liberalism?

At the 2017 national conference of Swarna Bharat Party, I was requested to explain liberalism to the participants. This short
Sanjeev Sabhlok's revolutionary · 2W ago

There is ZERO chance of India becoming a First World nation without fundamental governance reforms

My comment on an article today: The situation described in this article is typical of all activities in which the
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Money is a subset of value and is therefore purely subjective. And so, cryptocurrency is money.

My comments on an article in The Australian today: Crytocurrency is no flash in the pan, no tulip bubble. It
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The myth that the UK has a civil service like the IAS

At Horasis someone (I forget who) said to me that the IAS is modelled on the British civil service. I