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View: What the West can learn from India's ease with the past
In the past, the guardians of uber cosmopolitanism were accustomed to berating conservatives for their unending preoccupation with the past. History, the argument went, may be replete with interesting tales but has no relevance in the construction of a bright future. Indeed, inheritance was constantly projected as a facet of 'false consciousness'.
Working 24x7 to achieve success is a myth: Arianna Huffington
As people around the world grapple with the impact of the pandemic, Arianna Huf...
View: India’s ban on Chinese apps sends out the right signal
After considering several wrong sanctions, it has found the right ones. India ha...
UK MP pulls up own party members for creating 'Conservative Friends of Kashmir group'
In a significant support for the Modi government Bob Blackman, a key member of UK's ruling Conservative Party, has pulled up his colleagues for creating the 'Conservative Friends of Kashmir group'.
India’s budget under strain on day one of new fiscal year
As India now conducts the world’s biggest lockdown, budget pressures are set to worsen.
View: The New Education Policy 2020 is set to be a landmark in India’s history of education
The policy places a welcome emphasis on a holistic, learner centred, flexible system that seeks to transform India into a vibrant knowledge society. It rightfully balances the rootedness and pride in India as well as acceptance of the best ideas and practices in the world of learning from across the globe.
Low interest rate will be an important lever for recovery: Neelesh Surana, Mirae Asset India
The interest rate impacts equity markets in three ways- it helps improve demand in rate-sensitive sectors (post lockdown), helps improve cash flows and the price to earnings ratio multiples are also a function of interest rates, says CIO, Mirae Asset Investment Managers India.
How a bad bank can indeed be good for India's ailing PSBs
A bad bank is essentially the government's financial help to banks. Its primary task is to free the debt-laden banks of their burden of resolving bad loans.
View: India needs to accelerate indigenous Covid-19 diagnostics manufacturing
Rapid and effective epidemiological testing is key to implementing a containment plan. Two types of tests are used to evaluate the impact of any infection on human populations: a direct identification of the infectious agent (e.g., viral RNA, bacteria in body fluids etc.) and a measure of the host response (e.g., antibody tests also known technically as serology tests).
Slow recovery is ideal for stock markets and India in a good spot: Saurabh Mukherjea
Stop-start lockdowns keep liquidity sloshing around abundantly for the next couple of years and from a financial markets perspective, whether it stocks or bonds, that is good news.
View: How to get Make-in-India to work this time
While there is again an air of export-pessimism today, on account of rising protectionism, the paralysis of multilateralism in trade, and the post-Covid disruption of maritime trade, Modi appears more sanguine, inviting FDI and asking domestic producers to ‘make for the world’.
View: RBI needs flexibility, monetary policy cannot become a game of whack-a-mole
The presence of myriad supply constraints, both temporary and permanent, often means that there are periodic spurts in some prices that pushes up headline inflation. These supply problems could show up in items as diverse as onions and healthcare. Flexibility must remain the cornerstone of the new framework.
Ambition on hold: India’s pursuit of $5 trillion economy by 2025 will need recalibration
The Covid crisis escalated things dramatically since March with businesses struggling to make all ends meet. As one of the major planks of the mega economic dream, the poor health of MSMEs will mean India’s vision of being a $5 trillion economy will need new tactics and more patience.
WHO concerned about India's rising Covid-19 cases and the younger lot catching virus
The WHO also appealed to countries to enforce the basic measures such as washing of hands, wearing a mask, physical distancing and testing to fight the disease.
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