Is the government using manipulative ways to save us from leading an unhealthy lifestyle?
The video showing a young Kashmiri being used as a human shield by a battalion of the Indian Army, has gone viral, showcasing the brutality faced by the Kashmiri citizens.
How do gender quotas actually affect the legislatures?
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India has achieved in generating a surplus in steel exports due to a fall in domestic demand which has set it on the path to becoming a global giant in the market.
The financial market witnessed steep gains as Nifty closes at record high of 9300.
India has been steadily improving its outbound sports investments. However, if it is to sustain and increase the outcome, it must take a page out of China's book.
The permit raj and the allocation of land to the housing sector are proving to be detrimental to educational institutions. Can establishing the link between the real estate and education sector and a simple policy change, prevent this...
G20 leaders have recognised steel overcapacity as a global issue causing low metal prices for years and China in the spotlight of this crisis.
Lack of enforcement and rampant corruption have rendered the current sand mining permit system ineffective.
What is the impact of post-independence land reforms on corporate investment in our country?
By Manan Vyas The beauty of data science is best understood through an example on how it helps real businesses. The Indian Economist teamed up with the data science team at Atidiv to give our readers an exclusive...
Since it came to power in 2014, the BJP has implemented multiple reforms for the Indian economy. Has it been successful? All this and more is expounded upon in the riveting interview given by Mr Shailesh Kumar -...
What Generations X, Y and Z Want from Work Technology.
United Nations has set the goal for 2030 - eradicating poverty. But is it realistic? Ecuador says yes.
Few people know who builds them, but there's labour behind them, with implications for search neutrality.
What are corporations in business for?
The uneven distribution of benefits is undermining globalisation.
With an all-time high number of users, Twitter reports growth in people but a decline in its bank balance, owing to the lack of a credible way to monetize its existing investor base.
The “profound apology”, issued by Uber CEO Travis Kalanick, in light of recent allegations, shows just how important it is for entrepreneurs to be develop holistically to evolve into efficient leaders.
The time has come for France to finally accept and acknwoeledge its violent history, although both Le Penn and Macron remain hesitant in doing so.
With social media users becoming increasingly polarised, will we finally manage a way to escape our echo-chambers and become informed consumers?