PM Modi Launches Saubhagya to Electrify Rural India

  On 26th September, Prime Minister Narendra Modi launched a Rs 16,320-crore scheme – Pradhan Mantri Sahaj Bijli Har Ghar Yojana ‘Saubhagya’. This scheme aims to provide electricity connections to over 4 crore families in rural and urban areas by… Read More

HSIL’s New Expansion Plans with Consumer Business

Hindustan Sanitaryware and Industry Ltd (HSIL) enjoyed the top position in premier sanitaryware for years. The company now wants its consumer products vertical to lead its business. The said vertical covers air coolers, air purifiers, water purifiers, built-in ovens, sinks,… Read More

Indian E-tail: Growth Over the Festive Sale Period

  Indian e-commerce industry had announced a mega sale with exciting offers and massive discounts on products ranging from clothing to electronics and from home appliances to accessories. This mega sale lasted up to 24th September for around four to… Read More

How Indian Engineering Sector is Helping the Boom in the Indian Economy (INFOGRAPHIC)

Education Sector in India: Government Schemes for a Grand Boost by 2020

  With over 751 universities and 35,539 colleges, India holds a very important place in the global education sector. The country has more than 1.5 million schools with more than 260 million students enrolled. The branch of higher education in… Read More

Pvt Ltd or Public Ltd: A Tata and Mistry Battle

The promoter of major operating companies of Tata Group, Tata Sons is planning to convert itself into a private limited firm from a public limited one. This is being opposed by the family of the family of the ousted chairman… Read More

India’s Unlikelihood Towards Being a Global Growth Pole

In 2017, the world economy is picking up but not lifting off. Growth in India and China is relatively buoyant but it is still at a slower pace than it was during the 2008 financial crisis. The global growth is… Read More

Indian Domestic and Outbound Investments Soaring to New Heights

India is fast becoming home to start-ups focused on high growth areas such as mobility, e-commerce and other vertical specific solutions – creating new markets and driving innovation. Higher infrastructure spending has resulted into increased fiscal devolution to states, and… Read More

Tapping Technology to Meet India’s Financial Inclusion Goals

The term financial inclusion in the Indian context was first used in April 2005 in the Annual Policy Statement by Y. V. Reddy, the then Governor of the Reserve Bank of India. Banks were urged to review their existing practices… Read More

Government Forces and FDI Pave the Way for Infrastructural Development

  Infrastructure is a key driver for the Indian economy. The sector is responsible for boosting the overall development of the country. The Government is focusing on this sector and initiating policies for creating world-class infrastructure in the country. This… Read More

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