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Dr Subhash Sharma

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Agriculture sector should be a priority in the General Budget, 2018

Agriculture is the main occupation of rural India. Directly or indirectly we are all dependent on agriculture. Agriculture is the basic foundation of economic development. To enhance the ...
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Going ‘swadeshi’ is key to India’s holistic development

It is high time for India to go swadeshi to ensure the people’s holistic development. Today a large number of people—skilled or semi-skilled or non-skilled—are just wasting their ...
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Alphons sets massive targets for tourism sector

It is an undeniable fact that India tourism sector has immense potential to contribute significantly to Indian economy. Union Tourism Minister K J Alphons has set the target ...
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Road boost to Indian economy

Once again Prime Minister Narendra Modi has proved that roads are very important for his government and the economy as well. The roads have played a key role ...
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NaMonics holds a lot for India, BJP too

Prime Prime Minister Narendra Modi may not be a Harvard University (HU) trained economist, but his hard works hold a lot not only for India, but also for ...
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PART—V NPAs an opportunity for NDA government

Non-performing assets (NPAs) or dud loans of public sector banks are a bad legacy, which the current NDA government has inherited from the UPA government when Indian economy ...
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PART-III Bankruptcy process, not an effective tool to address NPAs

It is not possible to vouch for bankruptcy process as an effective tool to address the problem of non-performing assets (NPAs). Various banks have initiated the bankruptcy process, ...
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Congress attack on Jay Shah is to create cover for Vadra’s ills

The economic and business understanding of Congress leaders stands brazenly exposed if one goes by their unfounded attack on Jay Amit Shah, an upcoming entrepreneur. His fault is ...
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PART-I : India’s mounting NPAs, a horrible economic legacy and liability

As an economy, India is fast getting resilient thanks to proactive measures of the current NDA government at the Centre, but the problem of non-performing assets (NPAs) of ...
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Prime Minister bulldozes hollow economic critics

Prime Minister Narendra Modi is not an economist. He is a seasoned statesman, politician and able administrator. He proved his worth first Gujarat Chief Minister by establishing Gujarat ...
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Make rivers a catalyst for India’s economic empowerment

India is dotted with rivers, most of which are full of waters throughout the year. They are the perennial source of water to sustain life on the earth ...
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Sinha gives vent to his frustration through half truths

Former Finance Minister and BJP leader Yashwant Sinha seems to have given vent to his pent up frustration through half truths about the real resilience of Indian economy, ...
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Too little, too late!

Punjab Cabinet, which met on Wednesday, has finally approved to notify the loan waiver scheme for the state’s farmers. It is too little and too late, given the ...
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Fueling inclusive development at a ‘justifiable’ cost!

There is too much hue and cry from different quarters over the Centre refusal to cut the prices of petroleum products. India’s rich class is perturbed over the ...
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Time to rationalise subsidies

The poor and other needypeople must get subsidy so far as essential servicies and commodities are concerned, but subsidies should not be doled out as luxuries to all. ...
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Left wins JNUSU polls, ABVP hearts

The result of Jawaharlal University Students’ Union (JNUSU) polls for 2017 comes as a pleasant surprise. The victory of United Left Front (ULF), a conglomerate of leftist student ...
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Bumper GST revenue vindicates Centre, exposes critics

Contrary to general perception that the Goods and Services Tax (GST) will have an adverse impact on total revenue collection, the reality has turned out to be entirely ...
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If PM entrusted Suresh Prabhu to treat ailing Railways, he must be retained

SURESH PRABHU IS EXECUTING SOME OF THE TOUGHEST REFORMS IN THE HISTORY OF INDIAN RAILWAYS AND HIS EXIT WILL ONLY DERAIL THE ENTIRE PROCESS. It is not easy ...
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India’s tourism potential yet to be fully exploited

India is dotted with tourist spots, which are evenly spread. There is hardly any corner in India which does not offer something unique to tourists—whether domestic or foreign. ...
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Involving start-ups in making a New India

India needs to be hundred times better than what she is today. It is satisfying to see that Prime Minister Narendra Modi is working hard to make a ...
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Time for concrete measures as PM sets high goals

Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s address to the nation from the ramparts of Red Fort on the eve of Independence Day on Tuesday was a reflection on India of ...
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India’s bullish textile sector

India’s textile sector is fast emerging as one of the brightest spots of India economy. It is showing the elements of resurgence and never-before-seen vibrancy. It is the ...
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Farmers’ suicides need to be dealt with ‘overnight’

The issue of suicides by farmers from across the country needs to be addressed as soon as possible. A large number of farmers commit suicide every year. There are multiple ...
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Prime Minister Modi’s Trump feat

Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s just concluded maiden meeting with the US President Donald Trump has brought the two nations closer, which will certainly give a new boost to bilateral trade ...
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Manpreet’s unimpressive Punjab budget under Capt. Amarinder

There is nothing unusual about Punjab’s annual budget for 2017-18, which Finance Minister Manpreet Singh Badal presented in the state Assembly on June 20. Badal was the Finance ...
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GST: India set for scripting a new history

India is all set to record a new milestone, perhaps the first of its kind in the 21st century, by adopting the Goods and Services Tax (GST) regime ...
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Farmers need justice, not clutches

Farmers and farming are two important pillars of the Indian economy. In order to realise the dream of a ‘New India’, as envisioned by Prime Minister Narendra Modi, the ...
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Income goes up, challenges remain

It is heartening to know that India’s overall economic prosperity in terms of income aggregation has improved significantly as has been refleted in the latest data on the country’s per ...
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NDB and Global Economic Challenges

The New Development Bank (NDB) has come up at a time when global in general and economies of BRICS nations—Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa—are poised for ...
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Agriculture marketing set to under sea-change

In a significant development, the Department of Agriculture Co-operation and Family Welfare (DAC&FW) in consultation with NITI Aayog has identifies a set of 9 marketing reforms to be ...
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CAIT welcome the agreement of states to roll out GST

The Confederation of All India Traders (CAIT) has welcome agreement of States to roll out GST from 1st July in the Country. “Now India is moving towards adoption ...
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Sluggish growth not the real worry, challenges lie elsewhere

Sluggish growth of gross domestic product (GDP) at 6.1 per cent in March quarter of  2016-17 fiscal is not the real worry for policy makers. It lies elsewhere. ...
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Rural development for inclusive growth

Indian agriculture and allied sector logged 4.9 per cent growth last fiscal, the best performance recorded by the country’s key economic mainstay in the recent years. It is ...
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Time To Work As ‘Team India’ For Inclusive Development

If all goes well, India is poised for major developmental metamorphosis under the dynamic leadership of Prime Minister Narendra Modi. A country, which is faced with multiple woes ...
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Narendra Modi: The Game Changer

In first three years, PM Modi scripted India’s re-emergence on world’s map; but challenge of job creation and farm sector still loom large. On November 8, when PM Narendra ...
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