Category: Business

India and its obsession with witch hunt. by Shaji Joseph

Years ago, as a student in Mumbai, I visited a village near Palghar as part of our SSL (Social Service League) activity. There I first heard of the concept of witch hunt which I later studied as part of my sociology lectures in college. The villagers were talking of...

Rising Oil Prices by Mohini Madhur

Reviewed by Bishakha Jain Oil prices have shown a steady rise since the end of 2003. Due to the large increase in the price of a commodity which affects household expenditures, governments have evolved a number of different strategies to deal with this problem. Rising oil prices is one...

Breaking The Legacy: Union & Railway Budget Merger — By Divya

Edited By – Akash Goel   During British era, the Railway Budget was part of the General Budget initially. Based on the recommendation of Acworth Committee, the Rail Budget was separated from the union budget in 1924 and this system was followed till now. But the Government has decided to...

War Of The Gods : The Infosys Crisis — By Souptik Sur

Reviewed By – Akash Goel   Infosys, a big name in the world of IT, has been going through an internal tussle which in turn is hampering the brand value of the organization. Vishal Sikka, the chief executive who was brought in to turn around India’s Infosys three years...

Make in India or Make for India? – By Isha

Make in India was launched by the Government of India in September, 2014. It has been active for three years and has raised many expectations from the Indian market. Make in India or MII was put forward to try and encash the benefits that India, as a nation, might...

Bullet Trains or Better Trains? – By Kajal Jadhav

Edited By – Akash Goel Are Bullet trains in India the need of the hour? Or do we need to take a back seat and maybe look at the dire state of the current Indian railways and work for its betterment? Can the progress on both the fronts go...

Key Deliverables of BRICS 2017 – By Kajal Jadhav

BRICS – A Brief History BRICS is an acronym for an association of 5 major countries: Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa. It was established in 2009. As of 2015, the 5 BRICS countries represent over 3.6 billion people or about 41% of world population The BRICS members...

Free Trade – By Tanmay Agarwal

Reviewed By – Akash Goel Free trade encompasses many practices and theories. The most common application of free trade is the reduction or removal of commercial barriers between countries. This allows a freer flow of labor and goods between member countries in a trade pact. As free trade agreements...