We cannot ignore the global economy factor (Editorial)

By V.Gangadhar Like the Indian dailies, the British media is full of price rise stories. Bread, grains, provisions, butter and cheese, meat, consumer goods...you name them, the prices had gone up by nearly 25 per cent and are threatening to rise more. The average British housewife was battling to slash her domestic budget and blamed the government for all the troubles. But unlike Chidambaram, the Chancellor of the Exchequer hardly made any statements on steps to curb inflation. In the true British manner, he was following the