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22 September 2015
Gurgaon to be Smart City, private participation critical: Manohar Lal Khattar

New Delhi, 22 September 2015: Despite losing in the national competition Gurgaon will be developed as a Smart City with state funds, Haryana Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar announced Tuesday at the 41st Skoch Summit.

22 September 2015
Government in the process to accelerate reforms: Naidu

New Delhi, 22 September 2015: The government is in the process to accelerate reforms by pushing through crucial bills on land, GST, real estate and several other sectors, in the coming session of parliament, Minister of Urban Development M Venkaiah Naidu said at the 41stSkoch Summit on Tuesday.

12 June 2015
Competition can unlock growth potential of India: Ashok Chawla

Mumbai, 12th June 2015: Effective and credible institutions and a transparent ecosystem, especially in the areas of public procurement, infrastructure and services are essential to ensure long-term sustainable growth in India, Chairman of Competition Commission of India Ashok Chawla said at the 40th Skoch Summit here Friday.

03 Nov 2014
Make in India Promises for an Industrial Revolution

The current round of economic slowdown in India can be attributed more to domestic factors rather than the global economic order, which is rebounding. Manufacturing has been the primary dampening factor. Which is why, the "Make in India" campaign is timely and needs to be implemented on a war-footing, points out Raj Kumar Ray


Taking Banking to the last mile

While the new Swabhimaan scheme is a welcome step, the government must maintain its focus on financial literacy and linking financial inclusion efforts to poverty alleviation...


NIC Synching with financial inclusion initiatives

The Indian economy in general has made rapid strides in the recent past. However, a sizeable section of the population, particularly the vulnerable groups, such as weaker sections and low income groups, continue to remain excluded from even the most basic opportunities and services provided by the financial sector including Insurance.


Letter from the Editor

Whenever I meet senior bureaucrats at the centre, I always ask one question, so what has changed with the Modi government? Almost in unison the single biggest change that they talk about is that all crony capitalist pulls and pressures are off and now they actually feel that they are working for India and not for person.


Corporate Governance in Insurance Sector

Good corporate governance is key to efficiency in a competitive environment, as it provides a cutting edge. It is necessary, not just because it is good for the shareholders and other stakeholders, but because it is in the interest of the company itself in the present prevailing competitive environment in insurance industry, says Anabil Bhattacharya

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