E-learning combined with conducive policies by the Indian government are reshaping India’s education sector and whetting Investor appetite.
The government’s new policies will not only push for EVs at a larger scale and become a lucrative new market for clean-energy investors and manufacturers but will also help propel India towards its ambitious target as set in the Paris Climate Accords.
New Delhi assures Ottawa of shipping out Covid-19 vaccines, in the face of the shortfall, after Canadian prime minister Justin Trudeau reaches out to Narendra Modi.
The US India defence relationship has been progressing steadily propelled further by unrelenting multi-directional push.
Its geostrategic location and Japan’s need for new investment avenues have combined to help infrastructure development in India’s long neglected North Eastern states.
Essar Oil UK, which operates the Stanlow Refinery in Britain, has struck a joint venture tie-up with UK-based Progressive Energy to help meet targets for the country’s decarbonising hydrogen production hub.
The application of deep tech has been helping Indian enterprises to not just overcome challenges but also expand their footprint.
India stands out through evidence-based action that it is aiding countries debilitated by the pandemic. Richer nations can no longer look to ignore the plight of poorer countries in the fight against the pandemic. The economic fallout from this could be enormous.
A near-universal vaccination programme funded by a Covid bond issue could remove fear from the minds of consumers and encourage them to start spending on travel, eating out and other goods and services. The RBI will have to print additional money to buy the bonds and this could be fiscal stimulus that will help set the Indian economy back on track.