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Air India Privatization Faces Roadblocks as Prospective Buyers Drop Out
May 10, 2018
Air India Privatization Faces Roadblocks as Prospective Buyers Drop Out
India is finally planning on privatizing Air India. What will it take to make that happen?
Air India Privatization Faces Roadblocks as Prospective Buyers Drop Out
The Privatization of Heritage: Why Corporate Funding To Restore Monuments Worries India
May 08, 2018
The Privatization of Heritage: Why Corporate Funding To Restore Monuments Worries India
India's “Adopt a Heritage” scheme raises serious questions about historical and cultural integrity.
The Privatization of Heritage: Why Corporate Funding To Restore Monuments Worries India
India's Latest By-Elections Deal Modi a Rare Blow
March 17, 2018
India's Latest By-Elections Deal Modi a Rare Blow
What do the by-election results in Uttar Pradesh and Bihar mean for the BJP's chances in 2019?
India's Latest By-Elections Deal Modi a Rare Blow
Preserving India’s Diplomatic Influence on a Shoestring Budget
February 07, 2018
Preserving India’s Diplomatic Influence on a Shoestring Budget
To compete diplomatically with a rising China, India will need to make greater investments in its diplomats.
Preserving India’s Diplomatic Influence on a Shoestring Budget
Is India's Demonetization a Failure?
September 18, 2017
Is India's Demonetization a Failure?
Data released by the Reserve Bank of India indicates that demonetization has failed to flush out black money.
Is India's Demonetization a Failure?
Solutions Remain Elusive for Solving the Problems at India’s Public Sector Banks
September 04, 2017
Solutions Remain Elusive for Solving the Problems at India’s Public Sector Banks
Bank sector consolidation could address India’s non-performing loan crisis, but political realities make resolution uncertain.
Solutions Remain Elusive for Solving the Problems at India’s Public Sector Banks
Beyond a Himalayan Standoff: India Is Still Navigating the New Normal on Chinese Investment
August 08, 2017
Beyond a Himalayan Standoff: India Is Still Navigating the New Normal on Chinese Investment
Is India growing increasingly wary about inbound Chinese foreign direct investment?
Beyond a Himalayan Standoff: India Is Still Navigating the New Normal on Chinese Investment
How India Should Respond to China’s Belt and Road
July 06, 2017
How India Should Respond to China’s Belt and Road
New Delhi needs to up its economic diplomacy game.
How India Should Respond to China’s Belt and Road
India's Real Migration Challenge Has Little to Do With Skilled Visas and the United States
June 22, 2017
India's Real Migration Challenge Has Little to Do With Skilled Visas and the United States
Internal migratory trends within India deserve greater attention.
India's Real Migration Challenge Has Little to Do With Skilled Visas and the United States
Indian Farmer Protests Show No Signs of Abating
June 22, 2017
Indian Farmer Protests Show No Signs of Abating
India's farmers, suffering from indebtedness, take on the government at the center and across various states.
Indian Farmer Protests Show No Signs of Abating
Despite Demonetization Doldrums, India Keeps up GDP Growth Rate
March 01, 2017
Despite Demonetization Doldrums, India Keeps up GDP Growth Rate
Despite expectations of a slowdown, India posts a surprisingly high GDP growth rate for Q4 2016.
Despite Demonetization Doldrums, India Keeps up GDP Growth Rate
Demonetization and Beyond: Narendra Modi's Vision for India in 2017
January 05, 2017
Demonetization and Beyond: Narendra Modi's Vision for India in 2017
The Indian prime minister's new year's address outlined his plans for the year ahead.
Demonetization and Beyond: Narendra Modi's Vision for India in 2017
If India's Demonetization Was All About Going Digital, Then Why the Rush?
December 01, 2016
If India's Demonetization Was All About Going Digital, Then Why the Rush?
If it was about going digital, what was the hurry to demonetize?
If India's Demonetization Was All About Going Digital, Then Why the Rush?
The Indus Waters Treaty Is Here to Stay
October 10, 2016
The Indus Waters Treaty Is Here to Stay
India cannot easily and will not abrogate the Indus Waters Treaty.
The Indus Waters Treaty Is Here to Stay
Indian Central Bank Lowers Rates, Citing Sluggish Global Economic Conditions
October 05, 2016
Indian Central Bank Lowers Rates, Citing Sluggish Global Economic Conditions
The rate decrease is the first monetary policy decision under new RBI Governor Urjit Patel.
Indian Central Bank Lowers Rates, Citing Sluggish Global Economic Conditions
Just How Transformational Will India's GST Be?
September 16, 2016
Just How Transformational Will India's GST Be?
Three Indian MPs from different parties reflected on the challenges and opportunities inherent in India's Goods and Services Tax.
Just How Transformational Will India's GST Be?
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