Tuesday, July 16, 2019
Source: http://www.moneycontrol.com/news/business/economy/the-ghostly-organisation-that-should-have-tranIs WDRA a functioning organisation? Is WDRA a functioning organisation? R.N.Bhaskar - Aug 07, 2017 01:36 PM IST The Warehousing Development & Regulations Authority (WDRA) was meant to be a game changer in India. That is why it is perplexing to...
https://www.moneycontrol.com/news/business/markets/comment-the-disruption-in-financial-markets-has-already-begun-2602991.html Financial markets are getting disrupted RN Bhaskar - Jun 18, 2018 Last fortnight, in a letter that Uday Kotak, managing director Kotak Mahindra Bank, sent out to his shareholders, he talked about three major trends in financial markets. First, he believed that...
http://www.firstpost.com/india/bribery-in-india-how-to-minimise-bribe-giving-and-taking-2818398.html Bribery in India: It can be minimised This is the second and final part of a series on bribery. The first part examined a variety of scenarios wherein Indian laws can be seen to be protecting and promoting bribery and...
http://www.freepressjournal.in/interviews/going-beyond-germany-trying-to-help-other-countries-to-deal-with-paedophilia/1069539 Paedophilia is an ailment that needs treatment — By RN Bhaskar | May 17, 2017 06:22 pm Dr. Klaus M Beier was in India in March 2017 (http://bit.ly/2pBWCh1). He is a full professor at the Charité, the University Hospital of Berlin, which...
http://www.moneycontrol.com/news/business/comment-plenty-of-talk-on-solar-power-but-where-are-the-policy-underpinnings-2500069.html A huge transformation of the power sector can be expected Making declarations and signing MoUs is one thing. Getting capacity augmented, and making solar power relevant to India is quite another. RN Bhaskar -- Feb 05, 2018 03:47 January was full of...
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...
https://www.moneycontrol.com/news/news/business/economy/opinion-why-discom-losses-are-continuing-to-hurt-despite-modi-govts-uday-scheme-2974191.html Discom losses finally make power generators squeal India will have to find out ways to cope with an Rs 4.8 lakh crore debt burden in the power sector. This, however, is most likely to be taken up by the new...
How to give India's gold a better glow yet make it part of a "Make in India" movement You can download the full report from here: Gold is one of the oldest industries in India employing almost 3.5 million people. But its...
http://www.firstpost.com/politics/jayalalithaa-tamil-nadu-freebies-prohibition-hooch-assembly-election-2783010.html Financing votebank freebies: Why Jayalalithaa's financial model is a better option In a brilliant article, Swaminathan Aiyar talks about 'the alcoholic mammaries of the welfare state'. And he talks about how the freebies that chief minister J Jayalalithaa (and by...
https://www.firstpost.com/business/maharashtra-milk-crisis-farmers-need-to-get-a-fair-price-but-subsidy-is-not-the-solution-4775471.html Is the milk in Maharashtra curdling? RN Bhaskar Jul 19, 2018 Mahararashtra’s milk producers (actually supposed to be farmers who own cattle to produce milk) are on the warpath.  They are being led by Raju Shetti, member of Parliament, and founder...