Demography

Population and Economic Development in India ‘India can reap the benefits of demographic change and achieve equitable and sustainable development for its growing population only through a holistic and integrated approach.’ As per the United Nations (UN) estimates that India has become the world’s most populous country, surpassing China for that dubious distinction. This presents…

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Economy

New Economic Paradigm for 2047: Deliberation Human Centric Development A new economic paradigm should prioritize human centric development alongside economic growth to ensure the holistic development of the country. Human centricity is one of the biggest strengths that India can offer to the world. We have a saying, ‘may all beings in this world be…

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Security and Defense

The prevailing challenge in the world is security. No country is secured today. Every nation is redefining the meaning of security. It includes internal and external security. The border security includes land, air, and water. There are tradeoffs among various securities, whether it be energy, food, defense, technology, and so on. The defense security is…

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Science and Technology

Delibrating Bharat’s Technology Paradigm Modern India has had a strong focus on science and technology, realizing that it is a key element for economic growth. Over a period of time, India has progressively and perceptibly paved way for development in the field of Science and Technology. The 21st century in India is apparently marked as the…

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Global Outlook and Bharat

Bharat: A Torch Bearer at 2047  The 5000 years old value system as evolved and practiced in Bharat is more relevant in present times of global turbulence than ever.  We have had an unparallel tradition of religious freedom and tolerance. It is established from the famous verse of Rig Veda which says “Let noble thoughts…

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Agricultural and Rural Economy

The concept of agriculture in Swadeshi revolves around the principles of self-reliance, sustainability, and local empowerment within the agricultural sector. Originating from Mahatma Gandhi’s philosophy during India’s struggle for independence, Swadeshi in agriculture emphasizes reducing dependency on foreign goods and techniques while promoting indigenous farming practices that are suited to local conditions. At its core,…

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Employment

Employment in India is a pivotal component of its economic structure, given its vast population exceeding 1.4 billion. This demographic diversity fosters a dynamic labor market segmented into several key sectors, each playing a crucial role in India’s economic landscape. Firstly, agriculture remains foundational, employing over 50% of the workforce despite its declining share in…

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Research Focusing on China

The All India Representative Assembly (AIRA) expresses serious concern over the Indian government’s indifferent behavior towards China’s multi-dimensional threats and its aggressive and threatening moves. The government continues to deny the serious transgressions being carried out by the People’s Liberation Army of China and is dismissing them with negligence, stating that “there is a lack…

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Research Focusing on Punjab

Punjab finds itself at a critical juncture, grappling with a complex array of socio-economic and political challenges that have shaped its trajectory over decades. Despite historical disruptions like partition in 1947 and the state’s trifurcation in 1966, Punjab emerged as a pioneer in India’s Green Revolution, significantly boosting agricultural productivity and ensuring national food security.…

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Small and Medium Enterprises, Startup Ecosystem

By Dr. Alok Singh, Recently, small and medium enterprises have received good support in the stock market. The primary market is where the issuer gets the money from first-time buyers through initial public offerings (IPO), private placements, rights issues, and preference allotment and once allotment is done then the buying and selling happens in the…

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International Trade and Energy

India is a pivotal player in global energy markets, often relying on strategic trade partnerships to fuel its growing economy. As the world’s third-largest importer, India imported US$ 170 billion worth of crude petroleum in 2022, with 15 percent and 6.34 percent of these imports originating from Russia and the United States (US), respectively. However, amidst the…

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