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How India΄s economy can gain from opportunities thrown up after COVID

Jun 22nd, 2020;  Source: Live Mint

A call for Atmanirbhar Bharat is just the right impetus for local manufacturing in a world overly dependent on China It is time to move to a direct benefit transfer model instead of the appeasement tool of farm loan waivers Given our population density and modest health infrastructure, the gov ...ReadMore

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Budget 2020 practical, holistic; execution holds key

Feb 17th, 2020;  Source: Financial Express

The Budget rightly allocates Rs 1.7 lakh crore to give a push to infrastructure development, targeting 9,000 km of economic corridor, more hospitals, highways, high-speed trains, airports and a National Logistics Policy. Budget 2020-21: This year’s Union Budget came at a challenging time when the ...ReadMore

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Indias clean energy reforms make it a role model for other developing nations

Oct 25th, 2019;  Source: India Inc.

An industry expert elaborates on some of the strategies that need to be implemented for the rapid growth of clean energy in India as it sets out to achieve an ambitious goal of 175GW renewable energy capacity by 2022. Today, we are seeing an increasing recognition of the magnitude of a threat that c ...ReadMore

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Heres how India became a global clean energy powerhouse

Sep 17th, 2019;  Source: World Economic Forum

The past few years have seen a steady rise in India’s global stature, manifested in its enhanced economic and diplomatic clout. As the world is looking to mitigate the rapidly growing threat of climate change, India figures prominently as a vital cog in the wheel. It is now poised to take up th ...ReadMore

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Convert Intentions Into Action

Jul 12th, 2019;  Source: BW BUSINESSWORLD

Nirmala Sitharaman’s first full budget as the finance minister did cover many important sectors and I feel the ones mentioned below will be some of the most crucial in transforming the economy.  The budget speech promised a lot. From electric vehicles to women empowerment, from easing out ...ReadMore

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Budget 2019: Top positive messages for boosting growth

Jul 5th, 2019;  Source: ET

Unveils the Government’s vision for the economy and charts a roadmap for achieving the $3 trillion milestone by 2020. In an exclusive interview with Republic TV, Sumant Sinha, Chairman and MD of ReNew Power, India;s largest renewable energy company, speaks of clean energy. he Union budget 2019 aim ...ReadMore

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Next Govt Will Reap Benefits Of The Work Done By Modi Govt

May 13th, 2019;  Source: BW BusinessWorld

In an exclusive conversation with BW Businessworld’s Suman K Jha, Chairman and Managing Director of Renew Power Sumant Sinha talks about the economy, ongoing elections, and the Modi and Manmohan years. On the overall business climate I think the business climate in the country is certainly improvi ...ReadMore

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Election 2019: So, what are we voting for?

Apr 26th, 2019;  Source: The Economic Times

Like every Indian, I, too, have been faced with the inevitable choice of which way to vote. The responsibility to vote is individual, but the outcome is collective. For me, the most important issue is economy — how do we lift much of India out of poverty and improve their living standards? Once ou ...ReadMore

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BJP has helped the middle class realise its aspirations

Apr 24th, 2019;  Source: Hindustan Times

By creating a robust fiscal architecture, arresting inflation, and improving ease of business, it has ensured growth. One of our biggest challenges is to create enough jobs for India’s growing work force. The NDA’s emphasis on upgrading our dated academic curricula to focus on innovation, resear ...ReadMore

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Perseverance Always Pays

Nov 20th, 2018;  Source: BW BusinessWorld

I largely attribute my perseverance to the strong belief in this sector and its huge potential in the coming years. Back in 2010, I wanted to do something radically different from what I had been doing for the last 20-25 years. I had seen my father, an IAS officer, quit his comfortable job at a simi ...ReadMore