Indian row over poverty and policy extends to Harvard and Columbia

NEW DELHI (Reuters) – Indian government figures showing that poverty has been cut by a third since 2004 has set off a row between the country’s main political parties on whether the data is accurate, and a slanging match between two of the world’s best-known economists on the implications for policy.

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