Why the various investigating agencies and regulators need to work more closely in India?

December 5, 2018

It is said that if the Indian investigation agencies and financial regulators worked more closely and share information at an early stage without indulging in one-upmanship, frauds would not have escaped by gaming with the system. Lack of information sharing: Over eight months before the scam in the Punjab National Bank involving Nirav Modi became public,

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What are the predictions of IMD for the coming winter?

December 5, 2018

The India Meteorological Department (IMD) is an agency of the Ministry of Earth science and it is responsible for meteorological observations, weather forecasting and seismology. IMD has issued a statement titled “‘Seasonal Outlook for Temperatures” which brings out the weather forecast for the coming winter. Forecast by IMD: India is likely to experience a warmer winter for a second consecutive year due

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Why India needs to focus on planning to address the structural deficiencies of Indian economy?

December 5, 2018

India’s commitment towards development through planning had begun to diminish much before the Planning Commission was formally dismantled in 2014. The diminishing intent towards planning was after the LPG reforms of 1991. As India embraced capitalism with both arms, the state-led planning was sidelined. Various international examples outline the significance of planning in the modern world.

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How Planning has helped in building an robust base for Indian Economy?

December 5, 2018

Influenced by the Soviet Union India adopted 5 year plans to give a direction for the economy and realise the goals of modern India. These plans made a significant contribution towards empowering India. Planning in India: India’s planned approach led to the setting up of public sector units (PSUs) in diverse areas of manufacturing; research

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How the opportunity costs were imposed due to the sealed borders in South Asia?

December 5, 2018

Even though South Asia has a shared history and common cultural traits, it is the least integrated region. This is owing to the factor of sealed borders and bilateral tensions which are hindering the free movement of goods and people. Opportunity Costs: South Asia’s potential for sustained high growth has been blocked by the tightened

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