Monday, July 13, 2020

Issue 5

Volume 2 Issue 5 – Rebuild Indian Urban Transport

Volume 2 Issue 5 The state of Bihar has made tremendous progress over last decade. The state which was known mostly for wrong reasons, has started to make positive buzz at all economic conferences. The growth rate of the state...

Is free always desirable?

Free Basics of Facebook ignites heated debate on net neutrality.. Over last month or so, a storm has been gathering momentum over the issue of net neutrality in India, which has assumed greater urgency with stalled launch of Free Basics,...

Justice Lodha’s report: Cricket is the ultimate winner

All good, no bad, nothing ugly The last few years have been a great time for sports in the country. Many games have got the needed boost and many promising sportspersons seem to be getting their dues – in terms...

Lung cancer increasing alarmingly in India

Besides discouraging smoking – active as well as passive, greater alertness and awareness is required to diagnose the disease in time Lung cancer is the leadng cause of cancer-related deaths across the world, characterized by low survival rates and aggressive...

Lost childhood

Thousands of children lose their childhood working in cotton fields The Cotton Corporation of India Ltd., which is a Government of India undertaking states that India accounts for 18 per cent of the world cotton production second to China and...

A neglected case

Imperative for the government to address issues of heavy minerals industry Call it a pathetic instance for India from economic point of view that even though it has nearly 35 per cent of heavy minerals’ deposits in the world, the...

Getting private sector to develop skill

The government should incentivize the private sector to train workers in order to take advantage of the demographic dividend Perhaps the biggest of all anomalies lies in the Indian labour market. The country which is known for its excellent quality...

Lacking skill

How Indian manufacturing sector is suffering from non-availability of skilled labor Manufacturing PMI in India decreased to 49.10 in December from 50.30 in November of 2015. It is the first contraction since October 2013. Yet hope abounds. India’s manufacturing sector...

What would it take to hop on alternative fuels bandwagon?

Pollution is undoubtedly one of the most pressing problems today. Even the new year which normally commences with the wishes of ‘Happy New Year’ has begun with the debate on the odd-even formula initiated by the Delhi Government. While...

Getting public transport right

In India’s metropolitan cities, commuting is nothing less than an ordeal. For those taking public transport, the miseries they have to face on a daily basis is untold. The consequences that such inefficiency in the system can have on...
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Kerala brings ordinance to defer Government employees’ salary

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Kerala announces Rs. 3,000 crores agriculture revival package

In a bid to ensure food security and employment generation, Kerala today announced a Rs. 3,000 crores package for the revival of the agriculture...