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Latest Articles in Opinion

Banking In A Planned & Organized Deficit Spending (PODS) Economy

All equity can be converted to debt by issuing deposits in Banks which will earn 10% p.a. tax free interest, but these monies can be used digitally only, and cannot be used for speculative purposes.

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Transcending The Urban: Incubating Rural Innovation

There is no national development without keeping everyone on board and a holistic and inclusive approach towards the same has to do justice to grassroots entrepreneurs and rural endeavour and talent.

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The First Lunar Eclipse of 2021

It will be partially visible in Bangkok, Chicago, Dhaka, Yangon, Montreal, New York and Toronto. Although it is not visible in Europe and Africa, the effects are still felt all over the world. Eclipses are usually a time when there are natural calamities and disasters. Fears and anxiety are prevalent, and our emotions go for a toss.

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Banks Must Come Out With Clear Cut Policies For Settlement Of Personal Guarantees

Bankers seem to have unlimited leverage over borrowers in the case of a default. Banks are lending with covenants that disbursement and draw-down will happen only if all covenants are complied with. Borrowers tend to yield to pressure as they have timelines to meet in the pursuit of financial closure and project completion

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Pandemic Uplift Astrology Business

Estimated to be over $40 billion, as per media reports, the Indian spiritual and religious market is booming.

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The Tragedy Of UP And Bihar Along The Banks Of Ganga

A peculiar characteristic affecting development, and one that separates northern states like UP and Bihar from their southern counterparts is the sense of collective identity.

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CEO Succession

For thriving companies, an effective CEO succession plan is the elephant in the room. The sooner it is addressed, the better it takes care of the long-term interests of all stakeholders.

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Fifty-Fifty: Sundarlal Bahuguna : A Prophet Easily Ignored

Sundarlal Bahuguna was the most passionate voice behind the anti-Tehri Dam protests for decades.

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Learnings For Building A Healthy Future

The Covid-19 pandemic has triggered a tectonic shift in the way diagnostics have been perceived

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The Second Wave: A Reality Check

The public and private sectors need to work together to ramp up facilities, provide medical support, vaccinate quickly and support each other

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The Demand For Steel Is Peaking

The negative impact of the second wave of the pandemic on the demand and production of steel is not likely to whittle down all of the resurgence that has been evident of late

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Continuity Of Business Must Be A Priority

The focus must be on bringing down the infection. At the same time, we must avoid loss of jobs and livelihood

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E-Commerce Sellers Seek Tech-Enabled Shipping Aggregators To Cope Up With Surging Online Orders

The industry needs to look for a tech-enabled shipping aggregator and maybe there is one already round the corner!

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Editor's Letter: A State Of Despair

In this issue, we take stock of how we are dealing with the virus, the challenges in management, the impact it will have on the economy and an overall perspective of the situation.

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Voices Within, For & Beyond: ESG

In this 21st century “global village”, it is no longer just about maximising profits, but also about using sustainable supply-chain practices to ensure long-term growth and longevity.

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