India’s Global Ambition In Green Hydrogen
While the 2020-21 Union Budget gave hydrogen a push, India needs to ramp up manufacturing capability. Being an early adopter will help the country play an important role in green hydrogen’s global supply chain
O.P. Agarwal - May 28, 2022
In the capex waltz, the government has to lead
Private capex revival is slow with India Inc choosing to set its house in order, than chase growth
V Keshavdev - February 06, 2021
The government’s spending spree is over. Now, watch that fundraising spree
It has set itself a big but achievable task. Now, its agility in marshalling resources and executing projects will be put to the test
N Mahalakshmi - February 06, 2021
India’s deliverance is in the details
The government has been nudging the economy towards growth since the slowdown. How effective have its interventions been?
Asha Menon - February 06, 2021
Taxing times for e-tailers?
As the government’s coffers come under stress, it mulls introducing MAT on e-commerce giants
V Keshavdev - January 29, 2020
Will the FY21 Budget boost investor sentiment?
With rising inflation and stretched fiscal, the government has little room for expansionary policies
January 14, 2020
Amidst market sell-off, is it the right time to bottom fish?
Post the Union Budget on July 5, the Sensex has tumbled by 5% due to policy disappointment and FPI outflows
July 31, 2019
Will a change in Long Term Capital Gains exemption dampen investor sentiment?
There is talk that the FY19 Budget may increase the holding period from one year to three years
January 25, 2018
After an initial burst, government spending on infrastructure is slowly losing steam
January 16, 2018
As the rise in train derailments show, the considerably large railway budget hasn’t resulted in improved passenger safety
September 04, 2017