Tuesday, December 18, 2018
http://www.dnaindia.com/money/report-china-india-steeling-up-the-marketplace-1400885 There’s a whirlwind of confusion within the Indian steel industry.  On the one hand, there is euphoria — demand for iron and steel continues to soar. And India knows that it, along with China, will decide the fate of global...
http://www.freepressjournal.in/business/we-want-to-grow-fast-and-right-abhicl-chief-executive-officer-mayank-bathwal/1355086 We want to move from pure health financing to health risk management says Mayank Bathwal, ceo, ABHICL — By S Narayanan and R N Bhaskar | Sep 13, 2018 Aditya Birla Health Insurance Company (ABHICL), the sixth standalone health insurance company in India,...
http://www.firstpost.com/business/shift-to-cashless-are-mumbai-municipalitys-finance-it-depts-hoodwinking-citizens-3411040.html Are MCGM’s finance and IT departments hoodwinking the corporation and citizens? RN BhaskarApr, 28 2017 15:27:45 IST The government of India is rooting for digitisation and financial transparency.  Both are laudable objectives.  Almost every government department has been exhorted to enable...
Source: http://www.moneycontrol.com/news/trends/current-affairs-trends/a-solution-to-indias-parking-hawker-problem-that-kills-graft-rewards-investors-unclutters-roads-2453549.html Mumbai's parking and hawker problem can be solved quite easily if the authorities want to Instead of letting hawkers occupy existing open spaces, the government should allow for more parking-cum-hawking multiplexes. Developers will be happy. So will motorists and...
2007-10_DVV-Gautam-Adani_The-man-who-could-change-India-The-Mundra-story Gautam Adani and Mundra - both could transform India Mundra is India's deepest port. It is also an all-weather port which promises to become its biggest and best investment destination RN Bhaskar - October 2017, DVV - Log.in There are moments in...
http://www.forbesindia.com/article/breakpoint/the-indian-drip-irrigation-jugaad/17302/1 The Jharkhand Indian Drip Irrigation Jugaad Netafim has found a solution to cater to the drip-irrigation problems of India’s fragmented farms by RN Bhaskar | Sep 20, 2010 I n a country of unique problems, the solutions cannot be conventional. Netafim Irrigation...
Source: http://www.moneycontrol.com/news/business/economy/why-its-necessary-to-develop-business-and-transport-along-indias-coastline-2362359.html Coastal tourism: Surfing over frothy waves RN Bhaskar -- Aug 17, 2017 01:39 PM IST   To understand the coastal and ocean concepts better, it needs to be highlighted that most coastal regions remained quite undeveloped in India for centuries. Recently,...
http://www.firstpost.com/india/neet-and-the-parochialisation-of-medical-education-2794190.html Was NEET meant to become parochial? The debate over NEET (National Eligibility cum Entrance Test) continues. The states which have private medical colleges have been the most vocal about delaying NEET for just one more year. Surprisingly, the argument put forward...
http://www.firstpost.com/india/indian-students-abroad-the-darker-side-of-indias-higher-education-myopia-2720800.html Some people are aghast at the government’s decision to hike education fees for the IITs. Ask them to look at the fees that foreign universities charge. It is then that you begin to realise how myopic some of India’s policymakers...
http://www.firstpost.com/business/true-anywhere-else-banks-wouldve-settled-with-mallya-but-nowhere-else-hed-have-got-the-loan-2757580.html Was Mallya wronged? In some ways, Vijay Mallya, Chairman of the UB group of companies, may be right. He does rightly point out in a recent interview to Financial Times that the speed with which his passport was revoked is unprecedented in India’s...