The world’s leading financial hub will be India’s mainstay over the next decade as it pumps in billions to create the base for a truly modern economy and the so-called ‘Masala Bonds’ hold the key.
“Nations have no permanent friends or allies, they only have permanent interests.” The India-Japan relationship has been almost a perfect example of the famous quote by the 19th century British Prime Minister Lord Palmerson on foreign policy.
It is a fact that the previous Indian government had left the country’s economy in a bad shape – rising unemployment, widening fiscal deficit, high inflation, and persistently high interest rates with no pressure to lower them.
Japan’s high speed train, with its promise of speed, reliability and safety, to be created on the Mumbai-Ahmedabad route over the next seven years is a significant milestone in India-Japan ties, says Japan expert Dr Rajaram Panda.
India Inc. presents a snapshot of the progress made by the “Make in India” initiative since its launch in September 2014.
Net neutrality is imperative for India's development says Arvind Gupta, as he argues that giving Internet Service Providers the right to decide consumers' access to content would go against the very grain of the Digital India vision.
India’s transformation to a lower carbon economy offers a $800 billion opportunity for global investors says Namita Vikas, Group President, Yes Bank.
Government estimates show that the Swachh Bharat Mission involves an expenditure of about $10 billion over five years. But a detailed study conducted by the Centre for Policy Research, shows that this stimulus could be much larger – up to $135 billion over the next five to 10 years.
New Delhi develops innovative policy to support local economic regeneration through Clean Ganga initiative. The Indian government’s vision of a more integrated waste-water management policy got its first major boost with the launch of a new incentive-based corporate model.