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The small step that proved a giant leap

The present efforts at consolidation of the PSBs, merging them to larger sizes, and the resort to technology and digital cashless transactions could mark another quantum jump in banking practices. Bureaucrat G Ramachandran in his Memoirs, Walking with Giants, reminisced on the trigger for bank nationalisation: in the late 1960s as

TCL, now a chemical only Co.

The cyclone Vayu was earlier predicted to land on the west coast between Dwarka and Porbunder on 14 June. This landfall point was directly west of the Tata Chemicals’ extensive salt pans and chlor-alkali facilities at Mithapur coast. Remember, Tatas account for nearly two-thirds the sale of packaged salt sold

In a deep crisis

Tamil Nadu is dependent on monsoons, which have become increasingly unreliable. For several years IE has been pointing to the imperative for the state moving away from water-intensive crops, notably sugarcane and rice. Recent developments reinforce the need for urgent action on this. The sugar industry in Tamil Nadu has a

Multilateralism for global development and sustainability

Trade conflicts between the US and China are escalating. They have the potential to disrupt the existing network of global value chains and reduce worldwide production and trade. Some believe that the trade conflict between China and the US will have beneficial fallout on India. Ramesh Subramaniam (RS), Director General (South-East