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India’s economy being run without the aid of economists, says P Chidambaram

The protagonist may be elected as the chief minister of a state and may deliver an impressive account of governing the state.
india economy, Narendra Modi, Nirmala Sitharaman, Ministry of Finance, india GDP growth, GST, MGNREGA, Arvind Subramanian News

The clock is ticking on climate change

With just 12 years of emissions left to exhaust the carbon budget for 1.5°C warming, a planetary climate crisis is looming.

climate change, climate policies, wildfires, fossil fuels, floods, carbon budget, carbon credits, climate crisis News

Not banning outside membership in trade unions reflects little appetite for reform

Not banning outside membership reflects little appetite for reform

labour law reform, trade union, labour law rationalisation, Code on Industrial Relations, EPFO, NPS, K Chandrashekar Rao, trade unions News

Punjab min’s ‘light-hearted’ comments about procuring opioids good for neither optics nor state’s fight against drugs

Punjab ministers’ ‘light-hearted’ comments about procuring opioids good for neither optics nor the state’s fight against drugs

Udta Punjab, Punjab, drug busts in Punjab, Punjab politicians, Charanjit Singh Channi, drug problem in punjab, drug menace News

Bullet train goes off track, so does investor interest

After the Andhra Pradesh debacle, nervous investors will wait to see if Modi can save the bullet train in Maharashtra

Bullet train, foreign investors on bullet train, , Supreme Court, Maharashtra, infrastructure projects, retail FDI policy, BJP-Ajit Pawar alliance, Railways News

RCEP: A White Revolution for exports

THE FEAR that signing of RCEP would flood the Indian dairy market with cheaper imports is based on the admission that India is not yet ready for global competition

White Revolution, RCEP, imports of dairy products, milk processing market, indian dairy, milk processing market, New Zealand, Australia News

RBI policy signals huge govt deficit

RBI should have seen through inflation and cut rates, that it didn’t suggests it is quite worried about FY21 govt borrowings

RBI policy, Reserve Bank of India, GDP growth, GDP growth forecast, MPC, Shaktikanta Das, fiscal deficit, inflation, repo rate News

Agri reform: From production to profitability

farm business schools can remedy Indian agriculture’s market disconnect by building capacity through re-training, and restructuring extension delivery

Narendra Modi, doubling farmers incomes, cheap labour, Uttar Pradesh, FAO, agricultural systems, agriculture in India,  Farmer business school News

Stopping rape: Systematic solutions needed, from changes in attitudes to beefing up technological aids

Systemic solutions needed, from wholesale change in attitudes towards women to beefing up technological aids to policing

Hyderabad gangrape murder, sexual crimes, punishments for rapists, death penalty, PCR vans, CCTV cameras, sexual violence, Nirbahaya Fund, Delhi gangrape News

Data localisation will impact GDP

Data localisation can trigger ‘contagion effect’ on other sectors, affecting costs and operations for such businesses

Data localisation, GDP, ICRIER, Srikrishna Committee, digital services, data flows, Indian economy, cross border data flows News

Will a separate Medical Devices Authority reinvigorate the sector in India?

Will a separate Medical Devices Authority reinvigorate the medical devices sector in India?

Medical Devices Authority, NITI Aayog, cardiac stents, CDSCO, US-India trade talks, knee implants, medical devices industry News

Foundational learning: Let’s not delay the NEP

We need to focus on foundational learning. Today’s primary school-going students will join India’s workforce by 2030, and to reap the benefits of our demographic dividend, we need to start with bu

National Education Policy 2019, World Bank, higher education, childhood education, foundational learning, Quality Education, human capital, GDP News

Slowdown in growth likely to be a bigger focus than rise in inflation

In such a scenario, we should be realistic as well as comfortable if the government were to exceed the stated fiscal deficit target of 3.3%.

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Sebi’s new regulations roll out the red carpet for FPIs

Sebi’s new regulations roll out the red carpet for Foreign Portfolio Investors.

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Public interest vs revenue goals: Govt must change definition of AGR with retrospective effect

The respite will also benefit consumers by ensuring continuity of service to subscribers, and will prevent a hike in voice and data tariffs.

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Economic slowdown: Beating the challenges to the job market

Nevertheless, keeping the spotlight on innovation, keeping business competitiveness alive nationally, continuous product expansion and on-going investments in all facets of the business are critical t

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Taxing growth: TDS isn’t tedious, but it is excessive

The effect of the ‘big bang’ corporate tax rate reform is limited to profitable, tax-paying enterprises, which, as per the 2019 Budget papers, are only 46.41% of all corporates.

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Monetary fines good idea for those who fail to do their duty

Monetary fines are a good idea for those who fail to do their duty, but a blanket ban also serves a useful function.

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RBI may cut repo, but bonds may still not yield

With poor loan-demand, repo rate & transmission don’t matter as much; cleaning up NBFC mess is the priority.

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COAI’s collusion capers: Asking Trai to set price floor is a bad idea

COAI has written to the telecom regulator, Trai, asking it to fix a floor price for data, and has said that all three telcos agree to this demand.

Vodafone Idea Vs Airtel Vs Reliance Jio: you have to pay upto 50 percent more, Know revised plans list News

Modi needs to negotiate hard with Uddhav Thackeray to save bullet train

After the Andhra Pradesh debacle, the last thing nervous investors need is another blow.

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Beyond MSP! Protecting farmers’ income through market mechanism

Thirdly, all transaction details and trails can be transparently recorded ensuring efficient utilisation of public resources.

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IBC vs RERA: Should insolvency proceedings be the first option?

The IBC should not be the first resort for a lender for handling a default, given that there are other fora.

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Why using principal status to conclude formal jobs are rising is erroneous

Moreover, a focus on principal status jobs alone leads to the erroneous conclusion of rising formal jobs; while in fact, the number of contract jobs (with less than a year’s contract) is rising in b

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