World Heart Day 2020: Public-private partnerships are key in improving health care access in rural India
There are multiple challenges that exist in our health care ecosystem that lead to delayed or no treatment for children suffering from Congenital Heart Disease.
Quota in private educational institutes: Opposition from sector, threat of student protests may keep reservation at bay
There are arguments both for and against reservations in jobs and educational institutes in the private sector, but currently, it appears that there are a number of hindrances that may keep the government's pre-poll promise at bay.
Collaborative efforts and the ongoing dialogue between academia, public sector, private industry should be encouraged.
IMF said a combination of weak banks and corporates leaves India vulnerable to a tightening in the global financial conditions
What India needs in a defence offsets policy: Greater technology transfer and thrust on localisation
India is the world’s largest defence importer and has steadily held this position for the previous 5 years.
Banking sector top salaries explain why the government bureaucrats are not really happy about the Seventh Pay Commission implementation
The Rs 1 lakh crore bonanza will certainly fuel consumption growth. But, you are wrong if you think the government staff are happy. They are not.
Government on Thursday admitted in Rajya Sabha that the number of jobs in the public sector have shrunk and grown in the private sector.
It is clear that the BJP is quite comfortable with a Nehru-Gandhi legacy if it helps it in its own indoctrination agenda
Divestment: Jaitley should recast public sector policy by taking tips from Finance Commission’s report
Finance minister Arun Jaitley has once again hinted that the government can go in for privatisation of profit–making public sector companies. Speaking at conference in Delhi on Wednesday, he indicated that companies other than loss-making ones could be taken up for strategic sales and the government may even give up management control.
The two-and-a-half months are going to be a period of heightened activity on the disinvestment front
By appointing Panagariya, the government seems to have sent out a worrying message because the economist enunciates an economic philosophy that prefers growth to welfare.
The public investment-led revival that Subramaniam is advocating is not the dig-ditches-fill-them approach that came to mark the interpretation and execution on the ground of the Keynesian model. Nor does it involve reckless government spending.
Of the 18 banks that have announced earnings so far, the sharpest rise in bad loans have come from three state-run entities-Indian Overseas Bank (IoB), Andhra Bank and Punjab National Bank
It is highly critical for the Modi-government to address the deterioration in the financial health of companies and, in turn, that of banks, if it is serious about what it preaches
The fund infusion in public banks is likely to depend on the extent of equity dilution by government.
The Finance Ministry has asked the banks to formulate women-friendly transfer policies so that they can get transfers at places where their husbands are working or parents are living.<br />