RN Bhaskar

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Maharashtra to have ten ropeways in next ten years

Tourism can be a great employment generator, only if supported with right policies. In an interview, Dilip Gawade, IAS, Director, Directo...Read More

Arbitration & need to protect investments

Arbitration & need to protect investments

Matters came to a head in December 2011.

Policy watch: The world loves gold; India confused

Policy watch: The world loves gold; India confused

Seized gold is safest in a single vault under the RBI, with a single ledger

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The world loves gold; India confused amid uncertain economic situation

In the aftermath of the US armed forces assassinating General Soleimani of Iran, prices of gold spiked. The more the world becomes an unc...Read More

Who is a voter, pray tell us?

Who is a voter, pray tell us?

The crushing effect of migrants on the electorate

The Power drain in India by RN Bhaskar

The Power drain in India by RN Bhaskar

Short-sighted planning has wreaked havoc in the power sector

The case for bullion banking in India

The case for bullion banking in India

A thriving bullion banking industry can support India’s overarching economic ambitions

NPS is a low-cost, high service oriented, old age security program

NPS is a low-cost, high service oriented, old age security program

That is what Ashvin Parekh, Chairman of the National Pension System (NPS) Trust says. This organization oversees the entire system of th...Read More

Farmers Day: Free the farmer; First from the government’s caprices and then from market sharks

Farmers Day: Free the farmer; First from the government’s caprices and then from market sharks

Agriculture may contribute to just 14 per cent of India’s GDP, even though it engages over 50 per cent of of its working population

Banking is becoming messier in India: RN Bhaskar

Banking is becoming messier in India: RN Bhaskar

Concealment of economic data from the public adds fuel to the fire

China has a better version of Panchayati Raj

China has a better version of Panchayati Raj

Social governance paves the way for a peaceable society that trusts the law

Blending education and the Belt-Road initiative

Blending education and the Belt-Road initiative

This shows the acceptance level of various country governments, but China wants to go a step further and engage with experts and communit...Read More

Walk through this model village of China

Walk through this model village of China

While this is a model village backed by development and flourishing ecology; there is yet another interesting concept that the villagers

Zhili: China's biggest centre for children garments

Zhili: China's biggest centre for children garments

This is no ordinary shopping centre—the whole ground floor that has around 100 stores is only for kids’ clothing.

Recession or not, the pain is for real: RN Bhaskar

Recession or not, the pain is for real: RN Bhaskar

Changes in every domain needed to pull the economy out from quicksand

Cloud Town: Betting big on the future

Cloud Town: Betting big on the future

It also houses the Alibaba centre for quantum computing, appropriately called Apsara, named after the Chinese belief that Apsaras

Ningbo Port in China grew despite the prevailing economic slump

Ningbo Port in China grew despite the prevailing economic slump

A representative of the port said, "Our company has been affected slightly by what has been happening with the US.

FPJ EDIT: Gloom worries economy watchers

FPJ EDIT: Gloom worries economy watchers

The government refuses to admit this. But all the reports compiled by experts appear to suggest that the economic gloom could get darker ...Read More

India will have to resume RCEP negotiations, says Chinese expert

India will have to resume RCEP negotiations, says Chinese expert

However, India had to take a call to safeguard its own interests – particular in agriculture especially in dairy farming.

China open to renegotiate terms of BRI: Chinese political commentator

China open to renegotiate terms of BRI: Chinese political commentator

Weiwei, who is a professor of China Institute, Fudan University, added China is always open for renegotiation for BRI.

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