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Fifty-fifty: How Japan Successfully Blunted The Corona Bullet

Japan’s ‘lockdown’ was very dissimilar to ours – no baton-happy police, no ‘gedi’ bikers breaking the curfew, no office closures, no desperate attempts to force everyone to stay home.

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Wither, India Abroad? Jai Ho – Indians Abroad?

A new normal shall return and flights will be full once again. Meanwhile, take pride as the Indian ‘can-do’ and ‘give-back’ spirit burns bright.

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Goodbye China, Hello India: Will Cos Really Shift To India?

Given the unprecedented circumstances, companies realise that while large supply chains in China may have been economical, there's no point in keeping all your eggs in one basket.

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Covid 19: The Journey To A New World

The world economy will take years to come out of it. We can already see the impact of this virus on the economies of USA and China, which had looked robust just 6 months back.

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Electricity Act 2020: An Overview

There are new areas where the policymakers need to look at and if they feel a hand-holding is required to introduce an Act that too, with a limited shelf life of the Commissions.

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Of Drifts, Trends And Shifts

Behaviour, initiatives, and deeds will be under the microscope and remembered, rewarded too, and the cornerstone to navigate uncertainty and foundation to re-build.

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Will Airports Be Able To Attract Private Investment?

Aviation is one of the worst impacted sectors and airport investors are staring at significant challenges. Key valuation drivers such as land around the airport, traffic flows and ancillary streams are impacted.

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A Self Reliant India

A Self Reliant India can be easily established. However, the following issues have to be addressed

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Specifics Critical For Contractors

The finer details of the announcement are awaited and are critical since Contractors will also need commensurate financial relief to offset the adverse impact of the period of inactivity and hence loss of revenue during the lockdown period when they were still incurring similar costs.

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Working Capital To GST Rationalisation: How The SME Sector Can Recover

Indian government should look at allaying fears about the pandemic. The issue of restarting consumption and addressing the demand shock should be a priority.

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Big Real Estate “Re-set” Opportunity – Mantra For Thriving Through COVID–19

If the above are implemented, these reforms have a potential to bring a “Tsuanmi” in the economic upsurge of the nation and make real difference…….Madam Finance minister Listening?

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Covid-19 Claims Not Entirely Representative; Case For Greater Push For Senior Citizen Health Insurance

As per data released by GIC, claims received by insurance companies on May 11, 2020 were 1520, when the number of Covid-19 positive cases on an all-India basis were 67,152.

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At a Tricky Crossroad

As India gained a firmer footing over the decades, so did Indian sports. Not that commercial inflow into sports increased rapidly (please, let’s ignore the elephant in the room – cricket – for now), but media attention certainly did

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Toward A New Global Order

The pandemic has propelled a reimagination of the role of the state and the market. The society might come out of this catastrophe with some positive changes, but it may also set some negative practices in motion.

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Leadership: The Bicycle Shed Effect

The bicycle shed effect also refers to our irresistible urge to spend time debating silly little details – rather than the issue itself

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