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In the intricate tapestry of economic policy, the pursuit of win-win solutions—those rare instances where what benefits individuals also aligns with broader societal goals—remains an elusive yet coveted ideal. Amidst the complexities of balancing micro-level incentives with macro-level objectives, the Sovereign Gold Bond (SGB) scheme in India stands out...
In the wake of unprecedented challenges and uncertainties brought forth by the COVID-19 pandemic, the hospitality industry has emerged as a beacon of resilience and recovery, with hotels across the globe witnessing a remarkable resurgence in demand and occupancy. As travelers begin to venture out once again, hotels are...
In a bold move aimed at fostering digital inclusion and catalyzing economic growth in emerging market economies, the Indian government has unveiled plans to expand the scope of its Digital Public Infrastructure (DPI) and Digital Public Goods (DPG) for export to global South nations. This ambitious endeavor, spearheaded by...
n a noteworthy shift in the complex chessboard of global oil trade, reports indicate that cheaper Venezuelan crude oil may once again find its way to Indian shores starting next month. This potential resurgence comes after a hiatus of three years, driven by Indian refiners pivoting away from Russian...
As influenza infections surge across the nation, health authorities are stepping up their efforts to curb the spread and protect the population. The National Centre for Disease Control (NCDC) has recently issued an official notice, recommending the cautious adoption of the Southern Hemisphere's 2024 quadrivalent influenza vaccine. This decision...
As India braces itself for the upcoming interim budget, a peculiar trend has emerged in the equities markets. Retail investors, in a surprising twist, have become net sellers in the cash market, while their counterparts trading through mutual funds continue to pour capital into equity schemes. This divergence raises...
Credit cards have become synonymous with a world of luxury, offering access to premium hotels, exclusive homes, and dream vacations. However, this access often comes at a significant cost, especially when it comes to ultra premium credit cards. The Amex Centurion, the most expensive credit card in India, demands...
India's journey to becoming the largest producer of milk in the world has been nothing short of remarkable, especially considering the modest supply the country had post-independence. The White Revolution, marked by the formation of cooperative networks among rural dairy farms, propelled India's dairy industry to new heights. In...
In the ever-evolving landscape of India's corporate sector, a fierce competition is unfolding for a limited pool of skilled IT employees. This battle is not confined to the traditional realm of IT companies but extends across diverse industries, creating a talent gap that poses challenges for India Inc. at...
In a noteworthy shift in the complex chessboard of global oil trade, reports indicate that cheaper Venezuelan crude oil may once again find its way to Indian shores starting next month. This potential resurgence comes after a hiatus of three years, driven by Indian refiners pivoting away from Russian...