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The present government got rid of two excellent economists—Raghuram Rajan and Arvind Subramanian. It has presided over the worst economic downturn in a quarter century. Its ministers keep saying the crisis will be over soon, that good times are coming. The latter is a slogan used by the prime minister in the election five years ago that he won; and though the times got worse

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