CATEGORIES

Employment Growth In IT Sector Slides Down in 2017-18

Nobel Laureate and economist Paul Krugman has recently remarked that lack of employment poses the biggest risk to India even as he has remained optimistic about the growth story that will be driven by the world’s fastest-growing economy’s young population.

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BUSINESS ECONOMICS
April 1 -15, 2018

Cement Industry Poised For Growth

The Indian cement industry is the second largest cement producer in the world after China with a production capacity of nearly 420 million tonnes. It accounts for 6.9% of the world’s cement output.

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BUSINESS ECONOMICS
April 1 -15, 2018

Calm Your Nerves, Watch Your Health

What is ailing workplaces? Factors like lost productivity, escalating absenteeism, and indirect expenses give birth to a negative work environment, which impacts business and leads to mental health problems.

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BUSINESS ECONOMICS
April 1 -15, 2018

Another Six Years For Putin

The recently concluded Russian presidential election warrants a close scrutiny. In what was effectively a one horse race, anything less than an impressive victory could have weakened President Vladimir Putin’s grip on power.

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BUSINESS ECONOMICS
April 1 -15, 2018

Rights Of The Women, For The Women, By The Women

Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru had said, “You can tell the condition of a nation by looking at the status of its women.”

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BUSINESS ECONOMICS
March 16-31, 2018

India's Fiscal Reforms - Rhetoric and Realities

In the economic history of our country, there have been some significant developments in the formulation, enunciation and management of fiscal policies over the last decade.

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BUSINESS ECONOMICS
March 16-31, 2018

JITO Connect 2018: Encouraging Business And Entrepreneurship

Jain International Trade Organisation (JITO), a worldwide organization of Jain businessmen, industrialists, knowledge workers and professionals organised JITO CONNECT 2018, a three-day event that focused on a conclave, business networking and a trade fair, Chennai from February 23 to 25, 2018.

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BUSINESS ECONOMICS
March 16-31, 2018

Siragu Celebrates Women's Day

Siragu Celebrates Women’s Day

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BUSINESS ECONOMICS
March 16-31, 2018

The Crisis In Maldives

The Crisis In Maldives

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BUSINESS ECONOMICS
March 16-31, 2018

The Indian Philosophy Of Universal Unity

I bow with my hands together to the eminent sage Patanjali, who removed the impurities of the mind through yoga, of speech through grammar, and of the body through medicine.”–The Shivarama Text.

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BUSINESS ECONOMICS
March 16-31, 2018

Ministry Vs. Prasar Bharati

Public broadcasting in India has never been free. Whichever party has been in power – left, right or centre – it has wanted Akashvani or Doordarshan to serve its propaganda purposes.

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BUSINESS ECONOMICS
March 16-31, 2018

Indo-French Maritime Security

The French President Emmanuel Macron will be accompanied by a team of businessmen and French officials during his trip to India. According to the Indian Ministry of External Affairs (MEA), the goal of this visit is to strengthen the bilateral economic, political and strategic ties.

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BUSINESS ECONOMICS
March 16-31, 2018

Has India's Economic Turnaround Started?

For about two weeks, the Union Finance Minister, Arun Jaitley, has been expressing his satisfaction over the turnaround of Indian economy. This has been the case, particularly after the Central Statistical Office’s (CSO) upward revision of the gross added value (GVA) and gross domestic product (GDP) estimates for FY 2017-18.

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BUSINESS ECONOMICS
March 16-31, 2018

Call For Changing Mindsets

Call For Changing Mindsets

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BUSINESS ECONOMICS
March 16-31, 2018

Posta– A Documentation of Several Unheard Stories

Posta, once a fortress of the Bengali mercantile aristocracy, is now the extension of Burrabazaar and home to over 10,000 ‘mutiamojdoor’.

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BUSINESS ECONOMICS
March 1-15, 2018

Organ Transplant

A hundred years from now, if scientists have their way, many humans will be partly pig and baboon. I mean really, not metaphorically

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BUSINESS ECONOMICS
March 1-15, 2018

Media Need To Evolve Along The Golden Mean

The Prime Minister, before his departure to Davos to speak at the World Economic Forum, gave a remarkable interview to a television channel – perhaps one of his best so far.

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BUSINESS ECONOMICS
March 1-15, 2018

Illuminating India's Landscape

For the Millennials, Prime Minister Modi’s Make in India campaign is a novel approach towards making the country self-reliant and self-sufficient.

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BUSINESS ECONOMICS
March 1-15, 2018

How Do You Train? Get A Coach!

Patient safety has become the most important outcome to achieve in medicine.

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BUSINESS ECONOMICS
March 1-15, 2018

Gujarat Model: A Huge Miss At Davos

Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi has initiated the process of becoming the world leader at Davos.

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BUSINESS ECONOMICS
March 1-15, 2018

GST Council Slashes Rates

With a lot of buzz about the Goods and Services Tax (GST) around, Uttarakhand Finance Minister Prakash Pant said that the GST Council decided to slash rates on 29 items, mainly handicrafts, to 0%. 49 other items have been rationalized.

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BUSINESS ECONOMICS
March 1-15, 2018

Budget Expectations From The Stock Market

Every year, at the time of the Union Budget, there is a lot of buzz.

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BUSINESS ECONOMICS
March 1-15, 2018

Automobile Industry Seems Promising

The Indian auto industry is one of the largest in the world.

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BUSINESS ECONOMICS
March 1-15, 2018

What Does “Being Child Of God” Mean?

For a man who may be self-styled happy and contented in his life, it is necessary even for him to develop and depend on divine qualities because it is the path which is important for happiness and success.

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BUSINESS ECONOMICS
February 16-28, 2018

The Indian Railways In The Budget 2018

This is the second year that the rail budget has been merged with the Annual Budget of the government of India. This is why the railway sector has lost its prominence as a matter of discussion.

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BUSINESS ECONOMICS
February 16-28, 2018

Rural India Is The Theme Of This Budget

The Union Budget 2018-19 which held humble expectations and was the first post-GST and the last full Budget of the Government led by Prime Minister Narendra Modi before the country goes to polls in 2019 was widely expected to be rural centric and was bang on expectations, the budget laid emphasis on strengthening agriculture and rural economy, provision of good health care to economically less privileged apart from which focus was on senior citizens, infrastructure creation and improvement in the quality of education in the country.

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BUSINESS ECONOMICS
February 16-28, 2018

Halal, Haram, Makruh

Recently the Hyderabad based Muslim seminary Jamia Nizamia, started in 1876, issued a ban on Muslims eating prawn, shrimp, and crabs, calling them Makruh Tahrim (abominable).

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BUSINESS ECONOMICS
February 16-28, 2018

Digital Disruption In Construction Equipment Space

In today’s world when emerging technologies such as robots, 3D printing and drones are changing or disrupting every industry, the construction and mining equipment sector is yet to witness any large scale product or process disruption.

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BUSINESS ECONOMICS
February 16-28, 2018

Communicating The Annual Budget

Preparing for the coverage of the budget, both at the state and the central level, has always been a big occasion for any business newspaper or television channel. It’s an annual ritual, for which all media outfits undertake long planning processes. 

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BUSINESS ECONOMICS
February 16-28, 2018

Illuminating India's landscape

Illuminating India’s landscape

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BUSINESS ECONOMICS
February, 1-15, 2018