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Housing For All: An Uphill Battle

Housing For All: An Uphill Battle

  This article was originally published in Business World   Housing in India is a growing concern, not just for citizens but also for planners. Little wonder that Prime Minister…

The Amazing Story Of India’s Trade With China

The Amazing Story Of India’s Trade With China

  China recently invited India to join its Silk Road Project,an initiative by Chinese President Xi Jinping to promote and revive traditional trade ties.   The move is seen as…

Why India’s Children Have A Healthy Future

Why India’s Children Have A Healthy Future

  Is India winning the battle against malnutrition?   A comprehensive answer, for several reasons, would be yes. First, there is a downstream impact of economic growth and reduction in…

Insurance Firms Sit On Rs 6,700 Crore Unclaimed Funds

Insurance Firms Sit On Rs 6,700 Crore Unclaimed Funds

Small sums add up to big ones. Particularly when you are an insurance company. Turns out close to Rs 6,700 crore (approximately $1.2 billion) is lying unclaimed with Indian private…

India’s Biggest Farm Challenge: Improving Output

India’s Biggest Farm Challenge: Improving Output

It is perhaps inevitable that given India’s large land resources and population engaged in agricultural activity, the country produces the maximum amount of cereals, next only to China and USA.…

The $15 Billion Tab India Could Have Avoided Picking

The $15 Billion Tab India Could Have Avoided Picking

    India needs lots of coal to power its energy needs. Increasingly, the gap is being filled through imports. Yet, amazingly, the problem is not that there is a…

The Surprising Story Behind India’s Fastest Growing Agri States

The Surprising Story Behind India’s Fastest Growing Agri States

    What does politics have to do with agriculture ? Lots it might appear, but maybe not for the reasons that usually come to mind.   A quick backdrop…

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