The highlight of the foreign media in the month of April, as far as India is concerned, was the New York Times editorial on Kashmir,
The article deals with a recent notification by the Ministry of Environment, Forests and Climate Change (MoEF&CC), dated March 14, 2017, which
One of the biggest concerns India faces is ensuring food security to its 1.3 billion population. Looking at the current erratic weather patterns and limited land resource in the country,
CSO data released on Wednesday show that India lost its fastest-growing major economy tag in the fourth quarter(Q4) of 2016-17, with GDP growth coming in at 6.1% compared with China’s 6.9% in the same period. As per the revision of GDP in line with the new series of WPI and IIP
The editorial talks about low women’s participation in India’s workforce and that women’s participation has been dropping since 2005. It also talks about how, while overall job creation has been limited
The article calls the exclusion of electricity duty from the Goods and Services Tax (GST) regime an anomaly which would prove inefficient and deny input tax credits in a vital sector which is undergoing
The article is characterized by a conventional approach to job creation. It is from this old perspective that it asks why the government has been unable to create crores of jobs.