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Mobiles may make Banks Extinct

The mobile phone is now being used for small-time financial activities, such as information on prices, billing settlements, etc. We have service providers like Air Tel/Jio providing internet based TV channels which will provide competition to Dish TV

The Craze for Big banks

Now the clamor is for big, bigger and biggest. Particularly in the banking sector. After the merger of subsidiaries with SBI there is a talk of merging other banks. The chief of Kotak opines that five banks will only remain in future. This craze f

Universal Basic Income: An idea whose time has come?

The 2016-2017 Economic Survey of India (ESI), which was presented a day before the Union Budget was placed in Parliament, threw up the interesting idea of Universal Basic Income (UBI). It even gave the suggestion a swadeshi touch. An entire chapter t

China's Economic Engagement in Africa

China’s engagement with Africa over the past decade is one of the most significant recent developments in the region. The People’s Republic of China, has immensely strengthened its ties with the African nations. China’s history of engagement wi

पी.पी.पी मॉडल से होगा रेलवे का कायाकल्प

दुनिया की चौथी बड़ी रेल सेवा के तौर पर ख्यातिलब्ध भारतीय रेलवे में बहुआयामी सुधारों की बहस पुरा

Japanese Economy: Genesis of the Malaise and Abenomics

Japanese Economy Once called an economic miracle for its record period of high economic growth, Japanese economy today has also become the country suffering the longest economic recession in the world. Though the economy does recover interm

कारोबार में सुगमता की दिशा में ठोस पहल

वर्ष 1956 की औद्योगिक नीति पर टिप्पणी करते हुए पंडित दीन दयाल उपाध्याय ने कहा था, “1956 औद्योगिक नीति

अमेरिकी सरकारी ऋणपत्र: अमेरिकी ऋण रखना पूर्वी एशिया में क्यों है महत्वपूर्ण

निर्यात से चलने वाला और सकल घरेलू उत्पाद (जीडीपी) में व्यापार की अधिक हिस्सेदारी वाला क्षेत्र ह

Of National Governance and Regional Governance

The term ‘governance’ is generally associated with the conduct of a Government at the national or the local levels. But there is also the concept of global governance, or regional governance that goes beyond national boundaries in reac

Historic Budget in the Offing

If you are a tennis buff, the country’s Union Budget is akin to the Australian Open. Just as this tournament, held in January every year, marks the beginning of the Grand Slam season, the Budget presented in February marks the start of the G

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