Important Editorials on Economy
Last week, the government relaunched the Bharatmala Pariyojana (BMP)—an initiative to add 35,000km of new highways (subsuming existing plans
Since 2011, it is estimated that close to Rs4 trillion of shareholder value was eroded when the stock price
Just when the Panama Papers are about to rest, thus emerges the “Paradise Papers” – The Paradise Papers – Secrets
India has jumped up 30 spots in the World Bank’s Ease of Doing Business Report that was released today
By 2050, the global population is expected to soar beyond 9 billion people, 66 percent of whom may live in cities.
Measurements of poverty indicators are usually highly controversial, and many obstacles may arise over providing an exact and objective
Chris Anderson was the editor of Wired magazineuntil 2012. Now he is the co-founder and chief executive officer of 3D Robotics,
A world where a few people have most of the wealth motivates others who are poor to strive to earn more.
Our Right to Eat What we eat matters to us – but we’re not sure whether it ought to
Since 2012, six out of every ten rail accidents in India have happened because of mistakes by or the
Bangalore is famous around the world as India’s technology capital and the birthplace of its most innovative ideas. But
World trade is the exchange of goods and services and capital across international borders based on the principles of
India needs a third generation of policy economists to provide the political leadership with a broad future agenda on
A recent report by the National Institute of Fiscal Policy and Research (NIFPR) released in July 2017 reveals that
Background – It’s akin to expecting someone to climb Mount Everest in a month, Rajan Wadhera says of having to
Although our understanding of the linkages between gender and growth is still evolving, there is mounting evidence that economic
A proposal to further extend the already 20-year-long patent term for pharmaceuticals is on the negotiation table of the
Hyperglobalisation has been used to describe the dramatic increase in international trade witnessed for about a decade and a
One of the toughest environmental and social challenges of our time is managing the mobility of people and goods.
Background- There is a saying in the business circles that:- If you want to become a millionaire, then start
What is GST? Goods and Services Tax (GST) is a value-added tax at each stage of the supply of
The hungry are the poorest of the poor; the link between hunger and poverty is well-established.Food security can, therefore,
A closer look at the economy at large throws up numbers which suggest that while there may be a