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Indian Textile Industry In The Global Market

The textile and apparel sector is a major sector globally. Since the initial stages of global industrialisation, this sector has remained at the forefront of generating employment and has featured prominently in the export market of many developed economies.

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BUSINESS ECONOMICS
May 1-15, 2019

Government Initiatives To Tackle Environmental Degradation

Over the years, India has taken several measures to control pollution, maintain ecological balance, increase forest area and keep its rivers clean. In this article, we take a look at some of these initiatives.

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BUSINESS ECONOMICS
May 1-15, 2019

Vegan Way To Gelatine

Maneka Sanjay Gandhi, Minister, Women & Child Welfare, GoI

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BUSINESS ECONOMICS
April 16-30, 2019

Unsafe Homes, Migrating To Neighbours

The coastlines of the Mediterranean Sea went blurry with the waves.

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BUSINESS ECONOMICS
April 16-30, 2019

The Business Of Art

Art related to paintings has achieved great commercial success over the years.

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BUSINESS ECONOMICS
April 16-30, 2019

Socio-Economic Implications Of Migration In India

Dr. (Prof) Om Prakash Shukla and Lopamudra Lenka Samantaray

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BUSINESS ECONOMICS
April 16-30, 2019

Indian Tea Industry Suffers Demand Deficiency

The Indian tea industry is growing as its production level is rising. In spite of that, the industry is passing through a crisis.

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BUSINESS ECONOMICS
April 16-30, 2019

Indian Tea Industry Needs Comprehensive Reform

The Indian Tea association has been playing a multi-dimensional role towards formulating policies for the growth of the Indian tea industry since 1881. Arijit Raha, Secretary General of Indian Tea Association, spoke to BE's Ellora De.

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BUSINESS ECONOMICS
April 16-30, 2019

Indian Tea Industry Fights For Survival

“If you are cold, tea will warm you.

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BUSINESS ECONOMICS
April 16-30, 2019

How Do The Politicians Communicate?

Words. Words. Words. Do they really mean anything? Or are they just promises without action.

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BUSINESS ECONOMICS
April 16-30, 2019

Branding Of Tea Is The Task Of Producers

The tea industry is passing through a crisis of oversupply. Even in the international tea market, supply outpaces demand. Small tea growers are coming up in a big way in India and producing tea at a lower cost as compared to big tea producers. Arun Kumar Ray, IPS, Deputy Chairman, Tea Board, spoke to BE’s Kishore Kumar Biswas.

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BUSINESS ECONOMICS
April 16-30, 2019

Biggest Consolidation Of PSBs, Still Challenges Remain

After the amalgamation of two erstwhile public sector banks (PSBs), Vijaya Bank and Dena Bank into Bank of Baroda (BoB), the BoB is now the second largest PSB of the country.

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BUSINESS ECONOMICS
April 16-30, 2019

Uniformity Of Electricity Prices In India – Will It Work Out

The central government in various podiums claimed that they were able to bring the ‘One Nation one Tax’ system in the country.

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BUSINESS ECONOMICS
April 1-15, 2019

The Many Uses Of Cow Dung

Maneka Sanjay Gandhi, Minister, Women & Child Welfare, GoI

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BUSINESS ECONOMICS
April 1-15, 2019

Spiritual Awakening, The Bedrock Of Interfaith Harmony

One day while going through an English daily, I came across a news item that was headlined ‘Man-Made Barriers’.

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BUSINESS ECONOMICS
April 1-15, 2019

Pure Water For The Needy

It was in 2014 that the then United Nations’ Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon said, “Access to safe drinking water, sanitation and hygiene must feature prominently in the post2015 development agenda.

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BUSINESS ECONOMICS
April 1-15, 2019

Key Sectors Failing To Provide Employment

India is facing a decline in the total number of employed persons in the economy.

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BUSINESS ECONOMICS
April 1-15, 2019

Journey Into Humanity

Namaste.

6 mins read
BUSINESS ECONOMICS
April 1-15, 2019

Investments Not Translating To Employment Generation

India is now the world’s fourth-largest economy. It produced $9.4 trillion in goods and services in 2017.

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BUSINESS ECONOMICS
April 1-15, 2019

India's Economic Growth And Foreign Capital Inflow

Recently the rating agency, Fitch, slashed the GDP growth forecast for FY19 of the Indian economy.

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BUSINESS ECONOMICS
April 1-15, 2019

Forced Migration Increases Educational Vulnerability And Trafficking In Sunderbans

The Sunderbans, which is the largest delta in the world, is formed at the confluence of the mighty Ganga, Hooghly, Padma and Brahmaputra rivers.

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BUSINESS ECONOMICS
April 1-15, 2019

Crisis Of Employment Has Deepened In Last Five Years

Along-awaited report from the National Sample Survey Office (NSSO) on employment generation has put the central government in a tight spot.

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BUSINESS ECONOMICS
April 1-15, 2019

The Importance Of Health Education In India

The process of health education is defined as something that imparts information about health in such a way that the people are motivated to use the information for the protection and promotion of health and individuals, their families and communities.

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BUSINESS ECONOMICS
March 16-31, 2019

Proper Planning And Implementation Of Business And Management Education Is The Need Of The Hour, Says Dr. Anantha Nageswaran

The worldover, universities offering business and management education are asking hard questions regarding the purpose of their MBA programmes.

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BUSINESS ECONOMICS
March 16-31, 2019

Kota: A Case Of Rajasthani Entrepreneurship

Rajasthan, the biggest state of modern India has been historically famous for its military entrepreneurship.

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BUSINESS ECONOMICS
March 16-31, 2019

Kerala Pioneers In Offering Benefits To Migrant Labour

Migrant workers are a special feature of the economy of Kerala.

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BUSINESS ECONOMICS
March 16-31, 2019

Hiranyakashipu Slaying By Vishnu

Other countries celebrate their mythical animals. Garuda belongs to Indian mythology but is the national bird and symbol of Indonesia. The Phoenix or Homa is revered in Iran. Here are some we should know:

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BUSINESS ECONOMICS
March 16-31, 2019

Higher Service Sector Growth Is Redefining India's Growth Narrative

India’s services sector’s activity accele-rated last February providing some relief to policymakers. It boosted hopes of GDP growth in the quarter ending March 2019. This was after the economy lost momentum in the third quarter of the current year when it grew by 6.6%, the lowest in five quarters.

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BUSINESS ECONOMICS
March 16-31, 2019

GNIT Organised Smart India Hackathon 2019 Software Edition Grand Finale

Guru Nanak Institute of Technology, a flagship college of the JIS Group, was selected for the third time to be the nodal centre to organise the third edition of the Smart India Hackathon 2019 Software Edition Grand Finale on March 2 and 3, 2019.

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BUSINESS ECONOMICS
March 16-31, 2019

Elections Could Be An Opportunity For The Media To Recover Credibility

Now that the election dates have been announced (April 11-May 23, 2019), the government, the political parties, and the media will have to follow the Model Code of Conduct (MCC) laid down by the Election Commission immediately. The present government, constitutionally, will act as a caretaker till the new one is elected.

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BUSINESS ECONOMICS
March 16-31, 2019