Retail India Summit

Evolution in consumer behaviour is changing the face of retail. The biggest driver of the change is the consumers’ need to consume ‘experiences’ in a dynamic environment. Consumers, coupled with leaps in technology, and changes in policy environment are redefining retail as we know it. Over the last decade, we went from a linear, retail-focused […]

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Vision Zero

Accidents at work and occupational diseases are neither determined by fate nor unavoidable – they always have causes. By building a strong prevention culture, these causes can be eliminated and work related accidents, harm and occupational diseases be prevented. Tips On How To Improve Your And Other’s Safety At Work : Read More 7 Golden […]

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Bureaucratic Dilemma by Mr. Anil Swarup

“Dikhayi kam diya karte hain, buniyaad ke patthar Zamin me dab gaye jo, imarat unhi par kayam hai” The civil servant is like foundation of a grand building that never gets the credit for the grandeur though this is the “steel frame” that holds the structure together.  What gets to be known about the civil […]

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Indian Economy

India has retained its position as the fastest growing economy in the world, with its gross domestic product (GDP) being projected to expand at 7.5 per cent in 2019-20. The prominent growth drivers for the third largest economy in the world (PPP) are Domestic Consumption, Gross Fixed Capital Formation, Exports and Government initiated Policy Reforms. […]

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IBC Updates

IBC Updates – October 2018   22nd October, 2018 – Insolvency Law Committee submits its 2nd Report on Cross Border Insolvency Recommends adoption of the UNCITRAL Model Law of Cross Border Insolvency, 1997 The Insolvency Law Committee (ILC) constituted by the Ministry of Corporate Affairs to recommend amendments to Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code of India, 2016, […]

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Emerging Markets

Emerging Markets – Where does India stand? It has been a decade that the world was in the grip of a global financial meltdown, which began with debt obligations connected to subprime mortgages in the United States that led to an international banking crisis. Credit flows dried up and caused the worst global recession since […]

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Global Warming and India

With the 24th. Conference of Parties (COP 24) to the UN Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) scheduled to be held in Poland from 3rd. to 14th. December this year, the next two months promise to be busy ones for India on the climate front. COP 24 would review the progress of implementation of the […]

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