This is a season of manifestos and economic manifesto becomes really important for both policymakers and the public. I want to raise a couple of questions which can be taken up for public debate.
Every now and then we speculate about the future of India. We are always looking at the past or the future but never the present. I regard Indiaís problem as late to catch up. More or less the 40-years after independence were wasted. Between 1947 and 1991, India didnít grow at a decent rate.
In an academic exercise to assess the transition happening in oil industry in India, with focus on recent developments, D C Patra finds out that the Indian oil and gas sector has registered phenomenal growth in both production and consumption.
India has achieved two significant milestones in power sector. The country has emerged as net exporter of electricity and achieved almost 100 per cent electrification. Electricity has reached to every villages in the country and the target of electrifying all households is likely to be achieved soon. The initiatives like Deen Dayal Upadhyay Gram Jyoti Yojana - DDUGJY, and integrated Power Development Schemes have played a crucial role in electrifying the country, analyses Team Inclusion
Maharashtra has made significant progress in strengthening production and distribution network of power sector in the past four years. While the state is on course to ensure uninterrupted supply of power, huge subsidies and under collection from agriculture sector pose big challenges, writes Team Inclusion
Bifurcation of a large state into two is never an easy process. While it comes with the dangers of split resources and lost synergies, it also comes with a small opportunity to shine in its own light. One such opportunity knocked on Andhra Pradeshís doors in 2014 after Telangana split finally happened. Instead of being bogged down, the state leadership took charge of the reins and turned the state around into a beacon of best practices especially when it comes to the power sector, reports Team Inclusion
Development of infrastructure depends on availability and quality of power. Narendra Modi government initiated various programmes to boost the output and reach of power across the country. To ensure a sustainable growth it is imperative to push for clean energy, says Gursharan Dhanjal
Maheshwari Logistics, a coal and bulk cargo through road transportation logistics company, owns and operates a fleet of more than 100 lorries and trailers. This is in addition to another 5,000 trucks from third party vendors attached to it on a regular basis. During 2018-19, the company transported over 30 lakh tonnes of coal. Given its timely delivery, efficient handling and safe operations, it has become a preferred logistics partner for almost all cement companies in Gujarat and Rajasthan for transporting coal to their plants.