Agriculture is the primary source of income for approximately 58 percent of India’s population. It has a huge impact on the country’s economic progress. For the first time in 17 years, this industry contributed up to 20 percent of the ...

Introduction As the world becomes increasingly connected, developing countries will access foreign finance to fund development investment in critical infrastructure. Due to the extreme disparity between demand for and access to foreign capital, the World Bank and other international development ...

Life has its ebbs and flows. Even if you assume that everything in your life is ideal, any unforeseen circumstance might turn your life upside down. However, we may protect ourselves from such risks to some extent in our lives ...

Five Off-Beat Ways to Invest Your Money Markets like our daily lives have been volatile in this pandemic era, sometimes high, sometimes low. Accompanied by a slumping economy, many individuals held their cashback. The year 2021 carried the burden of ...

According to the ASSOCHAM (Associated Chambers of Commerce and Industry of India), India contributes 40% to the global freelance economy, and currently, there are 15 million skilled gig workers in India. The Indian gig economy is expected to grow at ...

The long-prevailed non-performing assets (NPA) problem in the Indian banking system is expected to be hiked. In 2019, NPA amounted to 9.1 per cent of the total assets of the Indian banks, and with the impact of pandemic-induced asset quality ...

June Issue 1 The equity markets enjoyed the upwards momentum in the second week of June. They continued to hit all-time highs this week, as the Covid-19 cases have declined significantly over the past few weeks and add to the ...

Monetary policy is a macro-economic policy laid down by the Central Bank of the country (Reserve Bank of India, in India) to manage interest rates, money supply, and availability of credit in the country. The primary objective of monetary policy ...

The fight against the pandemic is not over for the Indian government and the people, as the second wave of covid-19 in April reached a high of 2,37,03,665 total cases and 3,62,727 new cases per day with a death toll ...

The mantra of the year 2020 became, lives over livelihood.  However, the COVID-19 cases continued to climb and no respite was within sight. Therefore, the mantra soon became saving lives while also securing livelihood. We had to get back up, ...