A free-falling rupee, an ever increasing current account deficit, crucial bills pending with no end to Parliament logjam and with every passing day the government's assurance that the economy will revive becoming more feeble - is India's economy standing on a precipice? Will the downturn continue till the elections are over and a new government takes the charge or will the government do some very basic structural adjustments to stabilise the economy? Given, how the things have shaped up in the last few years of UPA II, very few people are willing to put their bet on UPA salvaging or reviving the economy. Where did it go all wrong? Did policy flip flops, lack of foresight and an inability to take the right decisions hurt the economy? Join us for a debate on The Big Fight with Mohandas Pai, Arun Maira from the Planning Commission, Portfolio Manager Nandita Agarwal Parker, Piyush Goyal of the BJP and Sanjay Jha of Congress.