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Raghav Chandra

Former Secretary Government of India

Latest Articles By Raghav Chandra

How To Make The Indian Civil Services Market-Friendly

Raghav Chandra

The Indian private sector, too, has changed – driven by intense market pressures, the regulatory influence of the new Companies Act and SEBI Listing Obligations and Disclosure Requirements – emerging as smart, methodical and transparent, albeit in an exclusivist way.

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The Need for a Uniform Employment Code

Raghav Chandra

Apart from falling foul in terms of constitutionality, this law will cause compliance issues to arise.

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Need to Deregulate Indian Agriculture

Raghav Chandra

More market-marked contracts and involvement of private companies are needed both in agriculture and agro-forestry.

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Google, Gatekeeping And Government

Raghav Chandra

The US action against Google charges it of locking up deals with giant partners like Apple and throttling competition through exclusive business contracts and agreements, for instance to make its search engine the default option for users.

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Bamboo as Green Gold for Doubling Farmer Incomes

Raghav Chandra

What is needed to be done is to grow industrial grade bamboo such as bambusa bambos – only one percent of the bamboo grown in India is of this industrial grade – this being sturdier than Chinese moso bamboo.

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Importance of Predictive Analytics and Cyber Security

Raghav Chandra

Organized digital transformation plans need spanning both the information technology and the operational technology aspects. Solid digital resilience is the need of the hour.

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Morale Management Key to Effective Disaster Management

Raghav Chandra

The world over, thousands of doctors and supporting personnel fighting the corona war have died. This is indeed tragic. We should urge government to treat their sacrifice at par with military casualties occurring in a regular war.

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Technology Can Help Restore Tourism And Retail

Raghav Chandra

Countries like India should rapidly embrace new technologies to widen the consumer base and enthusiasm, without fearing that this will necessarily snatch away the opportunities available in our service sector for tourist guides or salespersons.

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The Future Of Education Post The Corona Pandemic

Raghav Chandra

Wars and pandemics always give rise to scientific discoveries, inventions and most importantly –new methodologies.

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Delhi Election Results: A vote for Urban Governance

Raghav Chandra

Beyond the crescendo of electoral turbulence and frenzy, the city emerges as the future. I

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