GS Paper: Indian Economy
What is NPA? Impact of NPA on economy Reasons for the rise in NPA in recent years Why most NPA… Continue reading NPA Crisis
Gold Monetisation Scheme
A Golden Opportunity
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Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code
Why does India need a Bankruptcy law? The Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code has been hailed as an excellent reform for India that will pay a critical role in improving the ease of doing business.
Monetary Policy Committee Notifications
To read about the basic concepts of economics at play here: Economics | Fiscal Policy Explained Economics | Monetary Policy… Continue reading Monetary Policy Committee Notifications
Ministry of Tourism identified Tourism Industry's potential as a Sunrise Industry. What is Tourism's importance to our country and what does this Industry need, for it to actualize its potential?
Pay Commission Updates
Salient features useful for prelims and mains, both.
RBI: India's central banking institution, which controls the monetary policy of the Indian rupee has been much in news this year. Macroeconomic policies for growth require coordination between the finance ministry and RBI. Let's see where the synergies met and where they diverged!
Economic Indicators and Various Reports On It- GDP, FD, EODB, WIR etc
Everything you need to know about the Indian growth story and the complexities involved in predicting it right. Let's connect the dots.
Differentiated Banks – Payment Banks, Small Finance Banks, etc.
Payment Banks are the new stripped-down type of banks, which are expected to reach customers mainly through their mobile phones rather… Continue reading Differentiated Banks – Payment Banks, Small Finance Banks, etc.
Goods and Services Tax (GST)
This article would focus on Goods and Services Tax (GST), as we know discussion on GST bill is going on… Continue reading Goods and Services Tax (GST)
Minimum Alternate Tax (MAT)
The Minimum Alternate Tax ("MAT") is a tax levied under India's Income Tax Act of 1961 that targets companies that show profits on their books and declare dividends, but pay minimal or no tax.