In a budget speech that looks more mundane than otherwise, the proposal of setting up an All Women’s Bank was one of the high points among the declarations.
Unlike many post-colonial nations, which have descended to dictatorships or sham democracies, India has wedded to a reasonably stable democracy unhindered throughout its post-independence stint.
The economies that focused on strengthening their manufacturing sector, post World War II, have prospered and became global economic super-power to reckon. However, in India, the manufacturing sector has been a laggard compared to the fast and racy service sector.
When the Indian public life is riddled with corruption, scam, crime and other ghoulish social manifestations; a recent incident with my colleague forced me to wonder whether every stakeholder in the paradigm is worth demonizing!
A couple of weeks back, INLD leader Ajay Chautala along with 51 other people were convicted for illegal recruitment of teachers by CBI special court. The state High Court passed on the case to the centre and asked for CBI intervention as it saw involvement of many elite politicians and dignitaries in the same.
I have always been a staunch believer of organising the so-called unorganised sectors of India. Not only it makes economic sense but also have a positive long term ripple effect on the society.
After series of debates and arguments, over the decades, the incumbent government has finally realised the flaws of direct subsidy and thus announced their intentions of implementing direct cash transfers to the people.
The opportunities that the metropolises offer are often offset by the rising living expenses, which have a cooling effect on happiness level of the dwellers, in the long run.
Today cybercrimes are not only the most misunderstood Criminal Act but also are the one which is being executed from the ease of one’s living room.
The debate on subsidy on diesel price never seems to reach a consensus. On one hand, diesel subsidies are important to keep food prices and transport prices under check, while on the other hand, this subsidy is being exploited by luxury car owners and owners of commercial hubs.
The importance of trade fairs has never been so profound. The recent IITF 2012 opened the gates for budding as well as established enterprises to showcase their products and services that eventually allows them to display and project their services not only to their potential customers but to the entire region at large.
Unlike many post-colonial nations, which have descended to dictatorships or sham democracies, India has sustained to a reasonably stable democracy unhindered since independence.
As against the conventional wisdom of building a service career as a permanent employee, corporates are increasingly rolling out part time jobs and the employees are only too happy to lap it up.
The incumbent government is grinding it out in their apparent effort to convince the farming community that allowance of FDI in retail will actually benefit them. So much effort to convince the truth is required because of a highly charged political surrounding that is reflected in the Opposition’s stand against the move.