Wind power assets — Battling the headwinds
Wind energy has hit a rough patch with installation and performance both slowing; quick steps are needed to help the sector gather some tailwinds
Will transportation now move at the speed of a cheetah?
National Logistics Policy is a commendable initiative that needs coordinated follow-up action from public and private players to ensure its success
Are we spending enough to rejuvenate healthcare?
Latest published data on national health accounts show that we have a long catch-up game to play to reach global standards
IPEF — Will India go the RCEP way again?
New Delhi’s decision not to join the trade pillar of the US-led initiative once again underlines India’s edginess about plurilateral cooperation
Tips to pursue an equitable growth agenda
A report released recently by EAC-PM can be a helpful manual for the Centre to pursue a development path that benefits all
Semiconductor push — Speed is the need of the hour
Chip-making aspirants shouldn’t be kept waiting; the government should decide fast how to build on its policy initiative to make India a key player in the semiconductor ecosystem
Ports Bill puts Centre’s navigation skills to test
While globally port management is being decentralised, the Union government can hardly swim against the tide as this will hurt the sector’s growth
Can Centre’s shock therapy cure long-term power ills?
States must treat Posoco’s sudden punitive action as a wake-up call and urgently take steps to reform electricity distribution
Will duty sop withdrawal put India-EU FTA talks on fast track?
EU move to scrap GSP benefits for several sectors should prompt New Delhi to pursue an exclusive trade pact with Brussels in right earnest
This 'Panchamrit' can heal India's power distribution wounds
Electricity Amendment Bill can plug leaks in power distribution but, above all, states must stop using electricity as a political tool and take steps to nurse discoms back to health
The Green Pivot | Solar power capacity — Numbers mask the reality
Sans hydropower, India’s renewable energy target looks a bit wobbly now; hurdles to solar and wind projects must be removed to meaningfully chase the clean power dream
New RE off-take order can put Centre-state ties on a short fuse
Alongside enforcing states to comply with RPO targets, the power ministry must focus on structural reforms to meaningfully chase the clean power dream
Does it make sense to swoon over Sunak?
Politicians with Indian roots in foreign governments do not automatically guarantee a closer relationship with New Delhi
How much does India stand to gain from I2U2?
Participating in multiple regional blocs can help New Delhi pursue sustainable development provided it can balance its interests across such initiatives
How far will the RBI move help India’s foreign trade?
Beyond smoothening trade with Russia and a few other countries in the near term, the long-term impact of trade settlement in rupee is hazy for now
Will BoJo’s exit take the mojo out of India-UK trade talks?
Negotiators on both sides should ensure that political turmoil in Britain does not derail India-UK FTA negotiations as a deal is a win-win for both the countries
The scary prospect of pauperisation of small savers
If economic compulsions demand a status quo on small savings rates, the government should think of other measures to shield senior citizens and retirees from the price punch
Revenue buoyancy masks GST fault lines
The Centre and states should shed their dilly-dallying attitudes and make good use of the GST Council meetings to provide a directional path for the country’s indirect tax system
How far can India leverage the G7 invite?
Plurilateral interactions can help India forge closer ties with developed nations, but New Delhi has to be aware of the riders that accompany their support
We need to shield climate target from energy shock
Countries, including India, should ensure that near-term reliance on coal does not come in the way of reducing global carbon footprint
Can Geneva meet launch WTO 2.0 for a post-COVID world?
India should take a major initiative at MC12 next week as it has a lot at stake on issues that are going to be discussed
Go West — India’s trade winds change course
US emerging as the biggest trading partner underscores India’s conscious effort to align with Western nations to establish its position in the Asia-Pacific region
Costlier solar modules — Can RE target survive the shock?
A contingency plan must be ready to ensure that solar power developers do not get stuck because of higher project costs
Modi’s three Ts in Tokyo — Can New Delhi fit its needs to a T?
Prime Minister’s statements at the IPEF launch and the QUAD summit in Japan raise the bar for India’s commitment to global standards
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