IT sector boosts employment after sluggish growth
India is the largest off-shoring destination for Information Technology (IT) companies across the world.
Indian handicrafts need new vision to compete globally
High-quality handicraft goods
AHSI hosts Bicentennial Flower Show and World Regional Rose Convention 2020
The Agri Horticultural Society of India (AHSI) recently celebrated its bicentenary year by hosting the Bicentennial Flower Show and the World Regional Rose Convention 2020.
Threat Of A Third World War?
Renewed tension in West Asia forebodes a troubled 2020.
Railways Financial Stress: Is Economic Slowdown The Main Reason?
The Indian Railways (IR) has been going through a rough financial patch for the last few years.
US-Iran Hostility: India Feels Heat Of Crude Oil Price Hike
The geopolitical tension triggered by the killing of Iranian Islamic Revolutionary Guards Corps’ (IRGC) top military leader Qasem Soleimani and the subsequent retaliatory missile attacks on American military bases in Iraq by Iran has brought many countries including India to the edge.
Landmark Judgements To Stop Animal Cruelty
Some of our judges are now beginning to understand what animal cruelty does to a nation and act on it.
Opportunities And Challenges In The Aviation Sector
The Bharat Chamber of Commerce organised a national seminar and an exhibition on the ‘Indian Aviation Sector: Opportunities and Challenges’ at the Park Hotel, Kolkata. The prospects of private participation in maintenance, overhaul, and repair were discussed.
India Needs To Learn A Lesson From Brexit
The verdict given by the people of the United Kingdom in 2016 in favour of quitting the European Union (EU) is popularly known as ‘Brexit’. People who voted for Brexit argued that it was because of the adoption of erratic neo-liberal policies that had led to livelihood crises.
US-China Trade War Continues: Global Implications
The ongoing US-China trade war had its origin in 2012. It began then as a “cold war”, well before Donald Trump became the US President.
Falling Investments, Rising Trade Barriers Bring Down Global Growth
The global economy is slowing down. Will it fall further?
Health Of Life Insurance
The life insurance segment is still dominated by a public sector player when the government is promoting private and foreign investment in the Indian market.
New Age Customers And Their Needs
A strong growth has been witnessed in India’s non-life insurance segment over the last few years.
Plastic Production Costs Environment
The government has retracted its plan of imposing a blanket ban on single-use plastics.
Reinventing Insurance Business Through Disruptive Technologies
Business models based on data and analytics have facilitated companies like Google, Uber, Airbnb, and Facebook to enter the S&P 500 index in less than 10 years compared to business houses like Microsoft and HP, which made it to the index in two and three decades, respectively.
Win-Win Situation For China-Nepal
The recent visit of Xi Jinping, the President of China, to Nepal can be a game-changer for the small Himalayan nation.
Lack Of Awareness - The Biggest Hurdle For Insurance In India
Insurances are partially similar to banks and capital markets as they serve the needs of business units and private households in financial intermediation.
Privatisation- A Step In The Right Direction?
The Indian Railways on September 27 provisionally selected 50 key routes in order to collaborate with private operators to run modern passenger trains.
Taking Science To Millions
A group of children with curious eyes stared as the impact of air pressure was demonstrated to them.
Can The Festival Of Lights Illuminate The Indian Economy
Diwali, the festival of lights, follows the celebration of Dhanteras.
Banking On Festive Mood To Boost Consumer Spending
India’s festival season is here.
Animals and their society
Are we the only ones who vote, drink, sleep around, eavesdrop on conversations?
‘Land Of Festivals' Promoting Tourism
Abhishek Dwivedi, a 27-year-old, Jaipur-based management trainee has already registered to attend the grand Jaipur Literature Festival next year.
Tourism Can Be India's Next Big GDP Earner
After the success of its tourism’s promotional slogan ‘Atithi Devo Bhava’, the Indian tourism ministry has come out with another catchphrase 'your search ends here'.
We Aim To Reach Financial Self-Sufficiency In A Few Years
The Tourism Department of West Bengal has taken up the mega task of renovating many of its tourist accommodations and is also looking to implement new programmes. It has been trying to attract national and international tourists.
Travel And Tourism Industry In India: Venturing Into The Reality
India offers a great tourism potential not only for the Indians but to the foreign travellers as well.
Reality-Check Of The Economy
The first few months of 2019 have seen the lowest new investment proposals in India in the last 14 years.
Indian Railways Facilitating Tourism
In India, railways and tourism are interconnected.
Gandhian Concept Of Human Equality: An Ideal Social Order To Resolve Conflicts
The Gandhian thought is based on the eternal truth.
Effects Of Increase In Gold Prices
In the latest Union Budget, Finance Minister, Nirmala Sitaraman, proposed to increase the import duty on gold from 10% to 12.5%.