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Needed – Reform For Disruptive Economic Growth

In this feature IE suggests a few steps to stimulate economic growth. It points to opportunities and challenges. Even as the issue was being sent for printing we came across the welcome and pleasant initiatives of finance minister Nirmala Sitharaman. In her lucid presentation, she pointed to rolling back some

Reliance Industries – to be debt free in 18 months!

Amidst the gloom and lack of enthusiasm for mega growth, Reliance Industries continues to provide room for optimism. Chairman Mukesh Ambani, in his address to shareholders at the AGM, outlined plans for re-structuring the company and for strident growth in several directions. The most interesting one relates to massive investments

The smart way to live

IoT has the power to make our lives more connected, more productive and more rewarding. In use and exploited much better by the developed nations, it is hoped other countries, like ours, will also be able to catch up soon. The internet has been around since the early 1980s, linking computers

Walmart still at the top

Fortune magazine’s listing of the world’s largest companies underscores how Chinese companies are surging ahead. These have been growing bigger and are rapidly spreading their operations across the globe. This change has been taking place over the last decade and a half. For a couple of decades, American companies dominated the

The quintessential consensus builder

In recent years Arun Jaitley’s was the most familiar face among Delhi’s politicians and intellegentia. He strode across the political scene a colossus. JAITLEY handled as Union Minister a variety of portfolios that included Finance, Defence, Law & Justice, Corporate Affairs, I&B, Disinvestment. The brilliant leader left his mark in each

INDEPENDENCE DAY address: Reforms more forms Piped water for every house

It has been customary for the Prime Minister to present in his Independence day address a report on the performance and programmes of his government. Narendra Modi, bolstered by the stability of his government, has been looking ahead at major reforms and announces new schemes in his Independence Day addresses.

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