Welcome attention to disinvestment by S.Viswanathan During 2019-20 the government announced an ambitious target for disinvestment. A bold plan to disinvest a number of reputed and large PSUs was announced with the target to raise handsome resources. This did not materialise during that year with the economy and the market sluggish.
Farmers’ or Punjab’s protest? by S.Viswanathan The farmers’ agitation seems essentially an agitation by Punjab. To understand this reasoning, we take you back to the 1960s. Rice is not a staple food of Punjab and it has no buyers. During 1965-66, Punjab produced 1.9 million tonnes of wheat and 0.29 million tonnes of
Real Estate development flourishing in Chennai: Favorable factors for Real Estate flourishing in chennai: 1. Continued growth and expansion of the IT sector not affected by Covid-19 pandemic 2. Pent up demand of the Covid months 3. Steep fall in interest rates for housing 4.Ambitious Government programme assuring hosuing for all with liberal occasions.
Successful corporations develop a high performance ethic by aligning their entire workforce with the values and vision of the corporation. A high performance culture is built on a shared vision, a shared large purpose, larger than that of any individual or group of individuals and a trust that every individual
There is a welcome focus on Make in India, on Vocal for Local, on self-reliance. Global anti-China sentiment also results in the rhetoric on large manufacturing plants getting shifted to India. How can India work on these? Our labour laws over decades have proved to be anti-employment. This is reflected in the
CRISES HAVE OFTEN been the springboard for new disruptive growth. Remember the fiscal crisis of 1990- 91 proving a game-changer to discard decades of state controls - licences, permits and quotas - that heralded the era of liberalisation?There have been myriad suggestions on turning the Covid19 crisis into an opportunity. The
For decades in the past, the headquarters of the Finance Ministry at North Block used to be described as the Anna Salai Corridor (source: KP Geethakrishnan). It had seen several brilliant Tamil officers: G Ramachandran, V Ramachandran, Ganapathy, S Venkitaramanan, KP Geethakrishnan, MR Sivaraman, K Venkatesan, C Ramachandran, R Gopalan,