The map of rural deprivation

January 11, 2018 AAI 0

With the Union Budget to be presented on February 1, it is hoped that the Finance Minister will make a significantly higher allocation for investment […]

Tackling Maoism

December 26, 2017 AAI 0

The Central Reserve Police Force lost 40 personnel in two Maoist attacks in the first half of 2017 in Sukma, the most severely Maoist-affected district of Chhattisgarh. […]

The rise and fall of the WTO

December 26, 2017 AAI 0

Less than 25 years after the World Trade Organisation (WTO) was created, its future as a body overseeing multilateral trade rules is in doubt. The […]

Google betting on AI from India

December 25, 2017 AAI 0

It’s no coincidence that at about the time that Google CEO Sundar Pichai has professed the company was moving into an ‘artificial intelligence first’ world, […]

Hitting the GST hurdle

December 25, 2017 AAI 0

Experience is the name the wise give to their mistakes. Through lessons learned from Modvat and later from VAT (which are also based on the […]

WTO: nations arrive at a crossroads

December 25, 2017 AAI 0

In the Argentine capital earlier this month for the meeting of the World Trade Organisation’s (WTO) apex decision-making body called the Ministerial Conference (MC), an […]