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  • The Governor's Role In The Hung Assembly

    Recent Karnataka assembly Election results have triggered a debate around the governor’s role in the government formation especially in case of Hung Assembly. We have elaborated this whole concept with its history.

    May 16, 2018
  • WEF Annual Meeting 2018: PM Modi’s presence & expected benefits to India

    In his keynote address, Modi reiterated India’s centuries-old civilization that calls for global unity and peace and protection of the environment. He further said India’s social philosophy resonates with the theme of the 2018 WEF Annual Meeting i.e. Creating a Shared Future in a Fractured World.

    Feb 2, 2018
  • ASEAN & Beyond: India’s growing engagement with Indo-Pacific Region

    In early November 2017, Prime Minister Narendra Modi was in Phillipines to take part in the 25th India-ASEAN Summit, 12th East Asia Summit, the first meeting of the India-USA-Japan-Australia Quadrilateral and the first RCEP Summit. The series of meetings with the leaders of the region added thrust to India’s Act East Policy and is an indicative of growing India’s political, economic and strategic engagement with the Indo-Pacific Nations.

    Jan 31, 2018
  • Oxfam report on growing economic inequalities across the world

    As per the report, the richest 1% bagged 82% of wealth created in 2017, while the 3.7 billion people who make up the poorest half of the world saw no increase in their wealth.

    Jan 23, 2018
  • China’s cabbage strategy in South China Sea & implications for India

    Cabbage strategy is also called as ‘salami-slicing’ strategy. Under this strategy, a contested area is surrounded by multiple security layers to deny access to the rival nation and is claimed subsequently. As per the observers, China has been pursuing this strategy against her neighbours for a long a time.

    Jan 16, 2018
  • India’s poor ranking in 2017 Global Hunger Index: Reasons & Policy Response

    Hunger and the related under nutrition is the result of various associated factors ranging from water, sanitation, access to food items. A person’s ‘nutritional quotient’ is also dependent demographic factors like gender, caste, age, etc. For instance, the nutritional needs of girl child’s and elderly are not adequately addressed in our society.

    Dec 20, 2017
  • Financial Resolution and Deposit Insurance Bill: Understanding the Debate

    The Bill came under attack as it seeks to alter over the decades-long relationship between the financial entities (Banks, Insurance Companies, etc.) and its customers (Depositors). As per the Section 52 of the Bill, which proposes the ‘bail-in’ provision, the money of depositors will be under the disposal of the Resolution Corporation for the recapitalization of ailing banks.

    Dec 19, 2017
  • Tuberculosis in India

    Tuberculosis has been a chronic health problem for Indian Society. Here, we have discussed the overall scenerios of tuberculosis in India.

    Nov 16, 2017
  • Food Processing Industry: Scope, Schemes & Challenges

    India ranks no 1 in the world in the production of milk, ghee, ginger, bananas, guavas, papayas and mangoes. Further, India ranks no 2 in the world in the production of rice, wheat and several other vegetables & fruits. If the surplus production of cereals, fruits, vegetables, milk, fish, meat and poultry, etc are processed and marketed both inside and outside the country, there will be greater opportunities for the growth of the sector.

    Nov 9, 2017
  • NITI Ayog's report on Business Reforms in India

    The NITI Ayog has done a survey and created a report which talks about the present scenario of businesses in India. Here, for the convenience of the students, we have briefed the suggested reforms by the NITI Ayog.

    Nov 7, 2017
  • NITI Ayog's report on Business Conditions in India

    Here, we have briefed the report of NITI Ayog which talks about the present businesses situation in India. We have analysed and concluded the key points of the reports.

    Nov 7, 2017
  • Fiscal federalism in India: Recent measures & Impact

    In India, the market economy has been fast replacing the centralized command economy of the Nehruvian and the Indira Gandhi eras. In a market economy, the role of the governments at all levels is of pivotal importance as they have to design and implement policies and programmes to develop social and economic infrastructure to suit the local needs. To achieve this, financial autonomy is essential for the States and local bodies.

    Nov 3, 2017
  • Tourism in India – Current Status, Opportunities and Challenges

    India is a land of great tourism potential. From Kashmir to Kanyakumari, from Arunachal Pradesh to Gujarat, every region has its own uniqueness and flavour - be it cold/hot desert (Ladakh/Rajasthan), rivers (Ganges and Brahmaputra), forests (Niligiri & North East), islands (Andaman and Nicorbar) each landform bound to mesmerize tourists. Moreover, the wide variety in the landscape offers a range of choices to tourists from within India and the abroad.

    Nov 3, 2017
  • Sports in India: Problems and reform measures

    Corruption has become synonymous with sports administration in India. Whether it is the most popular cricket or hockey or weightlifting, most of the sports authorities in India have come under attack due to corruption charges.

    Oct 30, 2017
  • Article 35A of Indian Constitution: Understanding the Debate

    Ever since a 2-Judge Bench of the Supreme Court on 17 July 2017 referred a Public Interest Litigation to decide upon the validity of the Article 35A of the Indian Constitution to a larger Bench and set a deadline of six weeks for it, there has been a debate across the country, especially in Jammu and Kashmir, over the provisions of the Article 35A and the Article 370 of the Indian Constitution that accords special status to Jammu and Kashmir.

    Oct 30, 2017