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Latest Articles in magazine 25 january 2016

Pre-Budget 2016: No Easy Choices On The Tightrope

One worrying macro context to the Union Budget is the slow growth in nominal GDP. Due to a negative GDP deflator, for the past three quarters the real GDP growth has been more than nominal.

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Implement Suggested Administrative Reforms

The goal of ‘Make in India’ to become a success also hinges on whether tax steroids are provided to the deserving sectors

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The Trends That Will Define The New Year

Dan Neary of Facebook talks about what is trending on mobile in the Asia-Pacific market and what to expect in the New Year

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The Hindu: The Siege Within

In India, there has never been that perfect ‘editorial independence’, the traditional separation of ‘church’ and ‘state’; and with plummeting advertising and competition, the erosion of editorial values have only increased.

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HMT: When Time Stood Still

Iconic brand HMT Watches, a part of the lives of Indians who grew up in the 1960s, passes into the silent realm of nostalgia

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Out Of The ‘Net’

Fishery and sports net company Garware Wall Ropes has swung right back in the game after a troubled period

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Pragmatic Approach Needed

In a sense, in 2016, the prime minister is being asked to move out of his comfort zone: rather than keep spinning dreams, maybe he just needs to be a little more pragmatic.

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Reduce Backlog Of Cases

I can only hope that we see a permanent Constitution bench in the Supreme Court in the New Year and for the sake of Mumbai, the Property Owners Association case is also heard by a 9 judge bench at the earliest.

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Overt Lessons For India

India will be affected both positively and negatively by the current situation in the middle east. The continuing low oil and gas prices have been a boon in reducing domestic inflation and transport costs

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Renewable Energy: Moving Away From Fossils

By leveraging technology, expertise, experience and the increased demand resulting from the Make in India initiative, India can become a global hub for renewable energy technology and production.

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