Budgeting Beyond Election: Focus Should Remain on Modinomics

Posted: January 24, 2024 at 9:10 am | Author: Manish Marwah

The interim budget to be presented on February 1 will likely set the direction and give a clear message about the Narendra Modi government’s pro-poor policies with fiscal prudence to make India a developed nation. However, the government is under no pressure at this juncture to announce any big-bang sops. More so, after the ruling […]

Having weathered the storm, Indian IT sector finds smooth sailing

Posted: January 17, 2024 at 7:05 am | Author: Manish Marwah

Much to the sector’s disappointment, ambiguities over US Fed’s rate cut timing have been a spoiler. But light appears at the end of the tunnel  The US Federal Reserve’s timing of interest rate cuts back and forth has been a big spoiler for businesses across the globe, and more so for the Indian IT industry. […]

India’s Steel Sector set to Ride on the Economic Surge ahead

Posted: January 15, 2024 at 7:13 am | Author: Manish Marwah

‘Steel is the fabric of the modern world, holding it all together’ India’s steel sector recently surpassed Japan to become the second largest globally, demonstrating its rapidly growing clout as a manufacturing powerhouse. The steel sector, which is pivotal for numerous sectors such as construction, infrastructure, automobile, engineering, and defence, is a backbone for India’s […]

COP 29 Must Resolve Carbon Trade Imbroglio

Posted: January 12, 2024 at 10:19 am | Author: Manish Marwah

Developing countries like India face the double-challenge of simultaneously investing in development and in climate mitigation and adaptation. Globally, the scale of this challenge is staggering as close to 900 million people in the world don’t have access to electricity, and more than four billion people (half of the world population) don’t have a social […]