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Naina Sood

Naina Sood is a Economics graduate and has done her post graduation in International economics and Trade. She has deep interests in Indian economy and reforms

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Mavericks Of Mussoorie: Tale Of An Indian Bureaucrat

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The book by M Ramachandran acknowledges the pitfalls of the system and set out clearly what needs to be done to bring out the full potential of the Civil Service

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Despite India’s Finest Officers, UP Fails Miserably On All Parameters: Amitabh Kant

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He mentioned that the collapse of governance at the district level is very sharp and the country needs to start naming and shaming the districts and states to crack this problem

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Wind Tariffs At Record Low: Fruitful Up-Gradation Or Helpless Desperation?

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Post the change in the regime from feed-in-tariff to auction based tariff this year, the wind industry has been undergoing structural changes

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Pranab Is A Politician By Choice, I Became A Politician By Accident: Manmohan Singh

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Hailing Pranab Mukherjee as the greatest living parliamentarian and Congressman, Singh said that Mukherjee was better qualified for the job and had all the legitimate reasons to be upset regarding the decision

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India Energy Exchange IPO Opens: Analysts Give Thumbs Up For Long Term Gains

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The company’s financials have grown at a strong rate with sales and net profit have growing at 14.5 per cent annually between FY13 and FY17 to Rs 237 crore and Rs 114 crore respectively

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Adani To Demerge Renewable Energy Business; Simplify Structure, Financial Flexibility, Sustained Growth

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The Scheme will simplify the business structure providing the shareholders of AEL direct shareholding in AGEL, listing of the largest Renewable Power IPP having a total portfolio of 2148 MWAC in India

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Sometimes The Image Perception Doesn’t Portray Real On Ground Scenario: Chairman, Indian Railways

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The reality remains that the total numbers of accidents have come down. Sometimes the image perception doesn’t portray the real on ground scenario

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5.7% GDP Growth Rate Still A Very Strong Number, Says Sanjeev Sanyal

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Sanyal also stated that the government is looking at options such as an issue of recapitalization bonds or diluting government stake in Public Sector Banks for the recapitalization of banks

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Demonetisation Should Have Been Done Differently, Says Sanjeev Bajaj

Naina Sood

This government has taken a lot of major steps, especially on the financial side. But some of those reforms are not going to work and let us be honest demonetisation did not work. The intention was right, but we haven't seen the results yet

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If Centre Can Balance Its Fiscal Prudence With Excise Duty Cut, Then So Can States: Dharmendra Pradhan

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After cutting excise duty by Rs 2 per litre, Union Petroleum Minister Dharmendra Pradhan has asked the states to slash the Value-Added Tax (VAT) on fuel by 5 per cent yesterday, while maintaining its fiscal prudence

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