A building employee in rural Karnataka apparently outperformed Usain Bolt’s 100 m file. Pranjul Bhandari demonstrates below how this (contested) accomplishment may well keep classes for larger growth in India. In other viewpoint, writers analyze how to reform GST, the corporate sector’s apolitical stance, Sebi’s new rules for financial investment advisors and the draft pesticides Monthly bill. Kanika Datta sums up the sights.
The rushed implementation of the Products and Solutions Tax has been a important rationale for the slowdown in financial growth. Naushad Forbes describes how we ought to simplify, lower and make GST detailed to fulfil its promise. Read through it below
My column demonstrates how the unprecedented political mobilisation of modern society is forcing corporations out of their default apolitical stance.
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The leading edit describes why the stockmarket regulator’s limits on financial investment advisors may well not tackle the main concern of mis-marketing. Read through it below
Inspite of being 12 many years in the making, the pesticide Monthly bill authorized by Cupboard is not likely to tackle the important fears of stakeholders, states the next edit. Read through why below