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India is at the cusp of a new frontier in agriculture growth and development — one that farmers, businesses, government and consumers will build together.(Bharat Bhushan/HTPhoto)

Creating a new farm ecosystem

By Rajnath Singh
PUBLISHED ON SEP 20, 2020 06:56 PM IST
Reforms will help farmers, ensure self-sufficiency, and cement India’s position in the global market
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Instead of enabling people to move to cities, the policy approach is geared to keeping them out(Aniruddha Chowdhury/Mint)
Instead of enabling people to move to cities, the policy approach is geared to keeping them out(Aniruddha Chowdhury/Mint)

Fix the issues that plague the Indian housing market | Opinion

By Reuben Abraham and Pritika Hingorani
UPDATED ON FEB 19, 2020 06:38 PM IST
Liberalising Floor Space Index caps will make homes accessible. Supplement it with additional infrastructure
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Many of India’s unicorns have created wealth for their investors, and become huge employment-generators(SHUTTERSTOCK)
Many of India’s unicorns have created wealth for their investors, and become huge employment-generators(SHUTTERSTOCK)

Making the journey from job seekers to job creators | Analysis

By Lloyd Mathias
UPDATED ON DEC 05, 2019 07:53 PM IST
Encourage education, enable easy access of funds, and nurture a culture of risk-taking for the economy to bloom
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Reviewing the global scenario of EVs, the Survey noted that the market share of electric cars in India was a meagre 0.06%, compared to about 2% in China and around 39% in Norway.(HT Photo)
Reviewing the global scenario of EVs, the Survey noted that the market share of electric cars in India was a meagre 0.06%, compared to about 2% in China and around 39% in Norway.(HT Photo)

India can emerge as a hub of electric vehicle production: Economic Survey

By Anisha Dutta | Hindustan Times, New Delhi
UPDATED ON MAY 28, 2020 06:13 PM IST
This comes in the backdrop of NITI Aayog’s proposal of making it mandatory for all commercial cars to be electric-powered from April 2026 amid criticism by the automobile lobby.
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Indian democracy provides “expressive utility” to voters by allowing political preferences to be expressed, and the courts and civil society provide some protection against government overreach. But, it has not delivered enough in making leaders and officials accountable for performance(Santosh Kumar/Hindustan Times)
Indian democracy provides “expressive utility” to voters by allowing political preferences to be expressed, and the courts and civil society provide some protection against government overreach. But, it has not delivered enough in making leaders and officials accountable for performance(Santosh Kumar/Hindustan Times)

Learning governance lessons from China

By Karthik Muralidharan
UPDATED ON MAY 07, 2019 08:34 PM IST
While we are rightly proud of our democracy, there is much to introspect and learn from how the Chinese State has created accountable administrative structures that have delivered meaningfully better outcomes for its citizens
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A sector fund invests at least 80% into equity and equity-related instruments of a particular sector.(Getty Images)
A sector fund invests at least 80% into equity and equity-related instruments of a particular sector.(Getty Images)

Looking for investment options? Sector funds are not always a safe bet

By Revati Krishna | Hindustan Times, Mumbai
UPDATED ON APR 15, 2019 10:46 AM IST
There are a total of 54 sector funds in the market among which five were launched last year, according to Value Research. Out of the 40 asset management companies (AMCS) in the industry, 25 offer such funds.
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Employees inspect panels at a solar power project near Bhagwanpura, Madhya Pradesh. Today, we have gotten much better also at figuring out how to squeeze more out of the solar energy we capture(Bloomberg)
Employees inspect panels at a solar power project near Bhagwanpura, Madhya Pradesh. Today, we have gotten much better also at figuring out how to squeeze more out of the solar energy we capture(Bloomberg)

How clean energy can be India’s saviour

By Vivek Wadhwa
UPDATED ON SEP 26, 2018 12:58 PM IST
India should cut red tape, offer subsidies, and do whatever it takes to transform the majority of its energy generation to solar and wind — by 2025 or sooner
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