R K Ray, 22 Aug 2014
There is a saying that with power comes responsibility. While central bankers take pride in being the inflation hawks, history has shown that they have tweaked their rulebook to a great extent to shoulder the responsibility of reviving an economy in crisis. Full Article
One thing that has gone unnoticed in the Modi government is that it has not made any economic advisory appointments thus far. Increasingly it was seen that even before the government taking oath of office, several self-styled advisors appointed themselves in different positions. The reason for doing so is anybody's guess...
The Indian farmer suffers in silence with only 30 per cent of the profit margins accruing to him for his production risks, weather-risks and marketingrisks, writes
K G Karmakar
Having achieved almost double-digit growth for over a decade, Gujarat shows the way for other states as well, says
Aspirational India is about creating a new paradigm for long-term goal setting. Successes in infrastructure development in Gujarat have become benchmark practices today, writes
The problems are deep rooted and each segment of economic policy needs to be provided clear-cut objectives, says
S S Tarapore
Besides a significant increase of targeted investments in health programmes and disease control, India also requires to improve other basic services in rural India, writes
N C Saxena
suggests policy changes that are critical for next level of digital reforms
Ram Sewak Sharma
This was perhaps the first time that a politician boldly wooed the middle and aspiring class. This exemplifies that India is now undergoing a churn, where the old order is giving way to the new, writes
One of the major mandates in the SEBI Act is to work towards the growth and development of the markets, says
U K Sinha
The whole concept of 'good governance' should be seen in the context of delivery by the agencies of the state. There is no magic wand, says
National Insurance Company (NIC) has been the most preferred choice for Motor Insurance since 1906. Over the years, NIC has retained this leadership in insurance market with a consistent share ranging from 15 per cent to 17 per cent of the industry's motor insurance portfolio. Today, 48 per cent of the company's gross revenue comes only from the motor segment...
What's should be the agenda for the great leap from India 1.0 to India 2.0? Undoubtedly, economic stability is a sine qua non. An economy can't sustain the same speed if it has headwinds in the form of high inflation, weak currency and high debt burden and hence high interest rates. A report by
Imagine this-thousands, perhaps hundreds of thousands of aspirants write a critically important test. Almost no one secures the pass mark. Now imagine that these are not students, but teachers and would be teachers of thousands of sought after schools across India. Wish it were just a nightmare. It is not...
The historical inactivity of decision-making has impacted disabled the most in India. Neither are any decisions taken to help them live with dignity, nor is anyone bothered about this small constituency, which is not a vote bank...
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