Policy Changes Propel Realty's Changes
Aspate of construction activities, backed by the governments push for affordable housing and infrastructuregrowth, is indicating the revival of Indias real estate sector. The sector is witnessing high growth with the rise in demand for office, as well as, residential spaces. The market size of the Indian real estate sector is expected to reach $180 billion by 2020 with the housing sector's contribution doubling to 11.2% of the GDP.
Piracy In Indian Film Industry
The Indian film industry is one of the largest film industries in the world. Around 1000 films are produced each year in India. It earns around $2 billion from legitimate sources such as screening at theatres, home videos and television rights.
Impact Of GST On The Indian Real Estate Sector
Demonetisationhit the real estate sector. The Goods and Services Tax (GST), passed on March 29, 2017, also impacted the sector.
Madhulika Kanoria Takes 'The Ladies Study Group' To Vienna
Mrs.MadhulikaKanorialed a group of 12 ladies representing the Ladies Study Group of Indian Chamber of Commerce to Vienna, Austria from September3rd9th. Every member of the team has her own unique talent. Their talents are also being utilized for social welfare.
Jindal Stainless On Growth Mode
Jindal Stainless is one of the largest stainless steel conglo-merates in India with around 60% industry share and ranks amongst the top 10 stainless steel manufacturer capacities of 1.6 MTPA with an annual turnover of $ 3.1 billion.
Green Buildings For Affordable Living
Green building is not a new concept. In fact, techniques of natural ventilation and natural lighting have been used for ages.
Demand For Luxury Real Estate
The increased exposure to global standards of living has drastically changed the way the Indian customer views luxury living.
Aadhaar - A Digital 'Habitation And A Name' For Every Indian
The 12 digit unique identification number Aadhaar has finally been ruled as constitutionally valid by the Supreme Court.
Why Only Blood And Gore?
The coverage by the Indian news media is increasingly becoming morbid. Children beating up their parents and driving them out of the house; ruffians lynching people on mere grounds of suspicion; communal riots; murders and rapes; political hatred – these seem to be the staple food of the media today.
Tourism Turns A Big Contributor To GDP Growth
Travel and tourism sector is fast becoming an important contributor to economic growth. According to a recent report by World Economic Forum (WEF) travel and tourism industry accounts for 10% of global GDP and about 10% of jobs.
UNICEF Engages Government And Corporate For Social Development
The United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF) has been working for child development in India since 1949. Dr. Yasmin Ali Haque, who had visited West Bengal recently after joining as the UNICEF Representative in India, has said the state is doing well on child development projects. This is a special focus area of the international organisation. Moumita Dastidar, Communication Specialist, UNICEF India, spoke to BE’s Anwesha Chowdhury.
Tourism Promoted By North-Eastern States
The north-eastern Indian states cover a total area of around 2.62 lakh square kms.
The Challenge Is To Sustain Q1 High Gdp Growth At 8.2%
The gross domestic product (GDP) performance of the first quarter (April-June) of the current financial year 2018-19 (FY19) has been beyond anyone’s expectation.
Temi Tea Tourism - Travels And Tales From South Sikkim
The sun rises with birds chirping and in the distance, one hears the pleasant hum of women talking as they walk through the narrow passages between the lush bushes of tea.
Sikkim's Rich Organic Flora And Fauna
Sikkim was declared as the ‘first organic state in the country’ in 2016. The state was also awarded the ‘cleanest state in India’ by the National Sample Survey Office (NSSO) in September, 2016.
NIIT‘s Talent Pipeline Service creates trained manpower
The digital industry is expected to produce around 20 lakh jobs in India by 2020.
Kolkata Hospital Organised Course For Ortho Surgeons
The Indian Society for Surgery of the Hand (ISSH), a national association of hand surgeons, conducted a ‘Basic Hand Course’ on August 25 and 26, 2018, in association with the Kolkata Arthroscopy and Sports Surgery Society (KASS) at Medica Superspecialty Hospital.
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India Post Payments Bank
The Indian Postal Service (India Post) has a famed history of 150 years.
Atal Bihari Vajpayee - The Socio-Economic Reformer
Former Indian Prime Minister Atal Bihari Vajpayee, who passed away at the age of 93 on August 16, 2018, was the forerunner for several socio-economic reforms undertaken by his successors. He continued to liberalise the economy and presented a fresh image of India to the world.
Science And Religion: Two Paths To Truth
The putting together in contradistinction of science and religion has been the task of philosophers, religion, sociologists, writers, and anyone who even cares to think, for many centuries now.
Postmodernism In Music
It becomes more and more difficult to specify exactly what is that ‘postmodernism’ is supposed to refer to as the term gets stretched in all directions across different debates, different disciplinary and discursive boundaries, as different factions seek to make it in their ownway, using it to designate a plethora of incommensurable objects, tendencies and emergencies.
Is India's Economy Going To Have An Investment Boost Shortly?
In its recent economic outlook of India’s economy the World Bank has expressed its satisfaction and projected high economic growth in the near future.
Giving Tennis A Deserving Shot At Success In India
On one side of the court stands a man regarded by many as the greatest player ever to have graced the sport.
Gems Of Indian Philosophy - A Guide To Modern Life
Indian Philosophies that have been evolved by great Rishis and Yogis in various ages are eternal truth and based on spirituality.
Disaster In Kerala: What Media Can Do
God could not save its own country...Humans, over the years, have destroyed its pristine nature despite all warnings - Madhav Gadgil et al.
Change In Mindset Will Increase Participation Of The Marginalised In Economic Process
Dr. Udit Raj, apart from being a Member of Parliament (Lok Sabha), is a social activist who has been championing the rights of the socially marginalised communities. He received the best Parliamentarian Award in 2018. He is the Chairman of the All India Confederation of SC/ST organisations. Dr. Raj spoke to BE’s Ellora De.
An Analysis Of Reservation Policy In Indian Education System
After India’s independence in 1947, there were some major initiatives in favour of the Scheduled Tribes (STs), Scheduled Castes (SCs) that were aimed at their social uplift.
A National Calamity: Options Before Government
The unprecedented floods in Kerala last month resulted in the death of 373. Around 1.2 million people from their homes and hearths were uprooted. They are now in relief camps.
Trade war : An adversity Or opportunity For India
Dr. Rajiv Khosla, Director, Taxila Business School, Jaipur.