Empowering the Power Sector

The Indian power sector has shown phenomenal growth since independence and now the country has reached an almost negligible shortage of power, with surplus generating capacity. The marginal gap in demand and supply at the consumer end is not on account of unavailability of Generation Capacity, but due to technical and commercial reasons. Presently, weContinue reading “Empowering the Power Sector”

Transformation of The Indian Economy

The Corona-virus pandemic has unsheltered the overdependence of various countries on China. The ongoing crisis had brought everything to a halt in China, which sundered the subsisting “supply chains.” Various countries all over the world have paid heed to this gremlin and are now looking to branch out their “supply chains.” They are looking forContinue reading “Transformation of The Indian Economy”

Analysis of Union Budget 2020- Honey or Sweet Poison

Union Budget of a year as defined in the Constitution of India under Article 112[1] is also known as annual financial statement, is a statement of the estimated receipts and expenditures of the government for that particular year. It is also classified as Revenue Budget and Classical Budget. Revenue budget includes the government’s revenue receiptsContinue reading “Analysis of Union Budget 2020- Honey or Sweet Poison”

Migration and its Impact on The Economy

“Migration is an expression of the human aspiration for dignity, safety and a better future. It is part of the social fabric, part of our very make-up as a human family” – Ban Ki-moon Migration is one of the most important issues of the state’s economy. It is stated as the movement of people fromContinue reading “Migration and its Impact on The Economy”

Yemen Crisis: A Human Rights Violation

Human rights are the basic rights and freedom that belong to every person in the world, from birth to death. They are the rights inherent to all human beings irrespective of their place of birth, caste, colour etc. Generally, the state is the real guardian of human rights and is responsible for any violation ofContinue reading “Yemen Crisis: A Human Rights Violation”

Farmers’ Reforms: ECA and APMC

Last week while announcing the stimulus package for the economy, Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman announced a long-pending agricultural reform – the centerpiece of the third tranche of the economic stimulus – a package to make farmers “Atmanirbhar”. This was announced with a view to provide a stimulus for enacting a central law to permit barrier-freeContinue reading “Farmers’ Reforms: ECA and APMC”