CURRENT STATUS OF MAJOR HEALTH PROBLEMS OF INDIA

INTRODUCTION At the face of it, India is a booming economy and one of the fastest growing in the world. Yet, over one third of income is spent towards food and related consumption and hence, social security support for health, education, housing etc. becomes critical. However, over half a century post-independence, there is little change which has occurred in context to changing the social security … Continue reading CURRENT STATUS OF MAJOR HEALTH PROBLEMS OF INDIA

Driving in the Future in Developing Countries

Driving in the Future in Developing Countries   A high rate of individual car use comes at a price. Automobility — the use of cars and light trucks for personal travel — provides many people with a flexible and speedy means of travel. But a high rate of individual car use comes at a price. Pollution, urban sprawl, traffic jams, and fatalities — not to … Continue reading Driving in the Future in Developing Countries

Uniform Civil Code- A Threat to Pluralistic Fabric of India.

Uniform Civil Code- A Threat to Pluralistic Fabric of India.   By Monisha Jogan B   ABSTRACT India is a land where thrive multiple religions with their own characteristic of personal intercourse ranging from marriage to inheritance of multicultural diversities. India being a secular country guarantees its minorities the right to follow their own religion, culture and customs under Article 29 and 30. Its identity has … Continue reading Uniform Civil Code- A Threat to Pluralistic Fabric of India.

Tourism A Growing Industry

Tourism A Growing Industry Manoj Dixit Tourism is a growing industry in India, with people from all over the world coming here to experience the country’s natural beauty and visit its vast array of states and their differing cultures and climates. Many are also attracted by India’s famous landmarks such as the Taj Mahal and Khajuraho Temples. The largest number of foreign tourist arrivals are usually seen … Continue reading Tourism A Growing Industry

Indian Agriculture in the GST Framework

Indian Agriculture in the GST Framework Naveen P. Singh and Jaiprakash Bisen Tax policies are one of the important fiscal tools with the government to achieve the twin national objectives i.e. maintaining economic stability while boosting economic growth of the nation. The recent indirect tax policy reform in the form of Goods and Services Tax (GST) by government is believed to be  transformative and visionary … Continue reading Indian Agriculture in the GST Framework

Bullet Trains Speeding Up India’s Journey Into The Future

Bullet Trains Speeding Up India’s Journey Into The Future Vijay Kumar Dutt High speed in Indian Railways is at present limited to 150 KMPH. However, in many other countries the speed of Railways is of the order of 200 KM per hour (KMPH). In France, Japan, Germany, China, Spain and South Korea high speed traction above 280 KMPH has been introduced. India and Japan have … Continue reading Bullet Trains Speeding Up India’s Journey Into The Future

Organic Farming In India

Organic Farming In India Dinesh Kumar and Shweta Mehrotra   Organic farming in India has been reinvented and getting more popularity with each passing day. Farmers, entrepreneurs, researchers, administrators, policy makers and of course consumers are showing increasingly greater interest in promotion and development of organic farming in the country. Organic food products are considered to be much safer and nutritious than the products produced … Continue reading Organic Farming In India

Future of Employment in India

Future of Employment in India Sasikalapushpa and DR. B. Ramaswamy Employment generation is the key channel through which economic growth translates into prosperity for the population. In a growing economy, employment growth with rising productivity is the most effective mechanism available to the poor to participate in the growth process and raise their standard of living. High economic growth, therefore, unless accompanied by quality employment … Continue reading Future of Employment in India

Aadhaar card: An Invasion to privacy

Aadhaar card: An Invasion to privacy By Pavithraa   Aadhaar is a 12-digit unique-identity number issued to all Indian residents based on their biometric and demographic data. The data is collected by the Unique Identification Authority of India (UIDAI), is a statutory authority established in January 2009 by the Government of India, under the Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology, under the provisions of the Aadhaar … Continue reading Aadhaar card: An Invasion to privacy

This is the story of India’s growth

This is the story of India’s growth     India has achieved much in the last decades. Yet an economic deceleration in the past few quarters has generated worried commentaries about India’s growth potential. However, our analysis of nearly five decades of data finds that India’s long-term growth process is steady, stable, diversified and resilient. Does this lay the groundwork for a more sustained 8% growth … Continue reading This is the story of India’s growth