The author tries to chart out the essential points of difference between QE and Helicopter Money with special focus on their structure and effects.
The authors analyze the various developments that have taken place in the sphere of environmental regulations, since the BJP Government came to power.
The article explains how the government's proposed amendment may decrease the influence of the NGT, and lead to a 'pollute-and-pay' approach instead of preventing pollution in the future.
In the first part of the three part series, the author highlights the emergence and subsequent normalisation of a 'crazy' policy known as the Helicopter Money and further elaborates its...
The author talks about the various summits and international conferences that take place world over, and the little or no action that ensues.
Read about the "Boost Your Business" initiative undertaken by the UP Government in collaboration with Facebook to encourage the growth of MSME enterprises.
The author talks about the apparent gap in access to knowledge, which is only being heightened by the proliferation of digital technology and the Internet.
The author talks about the prolonged debate around the need to establish a National Court of Appeal, and draws out the merits of the same.
The authors discuss the tourism scenario of 'Jawai Bandh' - an ecosystem inhabited by leopards - and how it is threatened by the opportunism of outsiders.
The author talks about the geopolitical stances adopted by India, right from the Non-Aligned Movement to the various military deals signed with the US and underlines the importance of India...
When it comes to life insurance, avoid being deluded and choose the plan you actually need. In this article, we bust five popular life insurance myths.
This article explains the author's take on the economic bubble that is created in India due to the huge amount of bad loans or investments by public sector banks.
This article is about a Marathi feature film Sairat, a story of an innocent, young love story at first but turns out to be a slap in the face of...
The author describes her visit to Sampangi Ram Nagar; at the heart of what is predominantly an ethnic Kannadiga community.
This article explains the significance of SMEs in India, and the need to finance them to achieve a high growth rate.
The author explains the pros and cons of term plan insurance and life insurance to help readers choose the one best suited to their needs.
This article analyzes the advantages of buying term plans online and gives the detailed procedure of filing an insurance claim.
Read on to know why a personal loan is better than credit card dues and the different scenarios in which it can come to your aid.
With the launch of their virtual digital wallet "DigiBank", DBS is providing their customers with a paperless banking experience.
The UP Police Mahila Samman Prakoshth had been created in 2014 with the aim of bridging the distance between the Uttar Pradesh Police force and the civil society. And according...
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As the government supports the need of bigger banks in order to secure a stronger cash flow for the public sector, the author analyses its probable effects.
The author discusses multiple possibilities for the expansion of clean energy resources in India, and the benefits that will accrue post their installation.
The author discusses the prospects of the Media and Entertainment Industry in Bihar, and its potential to replace the Mumbai industry.
The author discusses the reasons why Mumbai is no longer India's Entertainment hub, and mentions new-and-upcoming alternatives to take its place as one.
The article explains Australia's struggle in push for investment in nuclear energy and also outlines the possibilities, concerns and various benefits.
In this article, Prof. B R Shenoy contrasts the results produced in the two halves of Berlin, one under communism and the other capitalism, to show planning is not required...
A fresh take on the Arab Spring — analyzing the social, economical and educational development in the Middle-Eastern countries and its future scope.
This article talks emphasizes the importance of investing in a home, and creates awareness about home loans.
Flicking through the newspaper one morning, I came across a news piece stating that Uttar Pradesh has been selected as the ‘best Indian destination for culture’ by Lonely Planet –...
LeEco launched the new Le 1s Eco smartphone on 3rd May, 2016 along with its entertainment services in India. The company is looking at a smartphone tailor made for the...
A first-hand review from a student of DSIM, exploring their digital marketing training program in particular and its unique features.
This article takes a fundamentally deliberative approach to questions of social life and reckons that economic liberty is not found in the ideas of self-ownership but in democratic legitimacy.
The author analyzes recent studies underlining the importance of a conservative family structure and attempts to provide a rational perspective over it.
Kannauj, once the capital of King Harshavardhana, has long been known as India’s perfume city. It was under Mughal Emperor Jehangir’s patronage that the ‘ittar’ industry grew many folds...
The article discusses the benefits of licensing parents to raise a child and further questions the relevance of licenses in practices like medicine or law.
This article explores the impact of trade liberalisation on employment share of high-skill occupations coupled with upward occupational mobility in Urban India.
The article describes the author's quest to purchase a toast maker.
The author talks about India's reservation system, the problems inherent in it, and gives ideas on how to reform India's education sector.
The author has discussed the role of Pakistan in turning India into a global heroin trafficker.
This article talks about the alarming levels of pollution in Delhi and important steps that need to be taken by the authorities to combat it.
The article talks about India's investment in the energy sector and the manner in which it contributes to the overall development of the country.
A book review of Peter Glassman's "Foreign Friend: My Life With The Geniuses Who Made Modern China, 1982-1989".
The author talks about the scenic beauty of the earthquake-ravaged city of Christchurch, and the efforts the city has taken to get back on its feet.
The article reviews a new product by Edelweiss. The Trader's Lounge is a software that brings a terminal like experience to individual investors.
The article analyses the hi-tech E-Challan system launched by the UP Government.
The article is the author's take on the film, Ki and Ka, which attempted to reverse gender roles, but instead reeks of sexist undertones.
The author talks about the current benefits offered by, and the future scope of, mobile wallets.