Tag: Narendra Modi

BHIM

When Modi ends the new year with a ‘BHIM’ bang

The BHIM app launched by Modi, seems to be an answer to the skeptics questioning India's ability to go cashless.

/ December 31, 2016

Demonetization: Has the government unleashed a ‘demon’?

The decision of the government to demonetize the currency has come under great fire. The resultant havoc has only brought suffering so far. Is it all really worth it?

/ November 27, 2016
While the markets may have fallen in value right now, in the long term, demonetisation is extremely positive news.

What does demonetisation mean to the ‘aam investor’?

Here's how demonetisation has the potential to become the most significant economic decision for the market.

/ November 21, 2016
Modi and Trump

Does Trump still view India as a ‘job-stealer’?

With Donald Trump becoming the newly elected President of the United States , will the US-India ties strengthen or weaken?

/ November 11, 2016
Market sentiments

An Insight into Modi Governance: Sentiments & Market

Till what extent does the market fluctuate due to business sentiments? The author takes a closer look at the Modi effect on the Indian economy.

/ August 3, 2016

Undressing the Incoherence of ‘Modinomics’

The author exposes the chinks in the armour of Modinomics, the much-touted phenomenon that is currently dominating India's economic and socio-political systems.

Is the BJP Breaking Down On Secularism?

RSS has had a strong influence on BJP and its secular stand. How is Secularism affected?

What Went Wrong?

BJP arose victorious in the 2014 Nation wide elections but fell hard in the 2015 Delhi Elections, a strategic capital, against AAP. What went wrong?

Smart cities: Can Technology and Data Transform India?

Smart Cities are one of those things that is on India's to do list. But what exactly do we by the term Smart Cities? We explore this a little further.

Delhi Elections 2015: Chapter 2 Begins

WIth incresing political interest and awareness among the people in the recent past, Delhi's upcoming elections have become the talk of the town. The three major Parties are putting in...

Resistance to Privatization of the Coal Industry: The Response of the Workers

The changing government and private compositions in the Coal Industry created a furor among the workers and forced the government to 'temporarily' change their decision. Will this become Permanent?

Onset of Foreign Investment in India

With the new government taking on, their actions are towards bringing foreign investment in India and increase its potential. This isn't a piece of cake. We discuss this in detail

BUDGET 2015-16 DILEMMA: Push-Spending & Spur – Growth or Meeting Fiscal Targets?

The Budget 2015-16 is going to test the Modi government not only in terms of past performance but strategy planning as well. What choice should be and will be made?

Bring Back the ‘Argumentative Indian’

The author says how the 'Argumentative Indian' prefers creational and non - existent headlines and tends to look over the crux of an issue.

Gautam Adani’s Australian bets

The author states how states how various factors like concerns raised by environmentalists , cyclical coal prices can act as thorns in the success of the billion dollar project.

Modi Era- Demise Of Competitive Politics?

The author states how a weak opposition and a good performance in various states will ensure that BJP remains a dominant force in Indian polity.

Volley Of Ordinances: Constitutional Impropriety Or A Pragmatic Measure

The author states how ordinances are being promulgated in an ad hoc manner without keeping an eye on the long term objectives and solutions.

Niti Ayog: Stalinism to MODI-ism

The author explains how the Planning Commission was influenced by Stalin's Soviet Union model with the aim of eradicating poverty.

2014 in Perspective: The World Chants ‘NaMo’

The author states how various challenges posed by ISIS, European slowdown can be solved through strong foreign policy initiatives and cordial diplomatic relations.

BJP’s Inaction Louder Than Words?

The author explains that the Government,though directly not behind the ghar wapsi campaign has taken decisions which is creating a feeling of seclusion among the minorities.

From Footnote To Forefront: Shaping INDIA- U.S Ties

The author states that strong Indo - U.S ties serve the purpose of subduing China, maintaining a stable balance of power in Asia Pacific region and launching strong counter terrorism...

Economic Impact Of Make In India Campaign

This article gives us a keen peep into the various points put forth by the make in India campaign introduced by Prime Minister Modi.

India A Rising Global Power

Can India become the global power in the future? What are the impediments in its path of becoming so? Read and find out.

Modi’s North-eastern India Outreach: An Analysis of the Enhanced Look-East Policy

This article describes the special care and concern our Prime Minister harbors for North Eastern India and the steps he is taking to improve its condition.

#IndiaWithPakistan

Is it necessary to be choose nationalism over brotherhood? Are physical boundaries and place of origin greaater than humanity? Here is a fresh take on this topic.

Understanding Food Inflation in India: Why Policymakers Fail?

This article gives us an insight into the impact of inflation on the society as a whole. Food inflation is talk about in more detail.

Raghuram Rajan: The Man who redefined Central Banking in India

“Change is risky but not changing is even riskier”. These words marked the entry of the man so charismatic and able, who offered India, respite from a long inflationary spell.

Overview: Indian Economy

This article summarizes the achievements of Indian economy as a whole after PM Modi came to power. How far is India from becoming a global power?

The Indian Advantage and Obama Administration

The author discusses the ties between USA and India and highlights two facts which seem to be prevalent behind Obama's acceptance of Modi's Republic Day invitation.

Made In India Campaign

The article talks about the new initiative under the Modi government; Made in India. It discusses the campaign in depth, while giving its components and the challenges it may face.