Once again the North East states of Assam and Manipur have been in the news, because of the ruthless floods that have destroyed property and many human lives till now. Every monsoon, low lying areas are affected resulting to loss of or injury to life and property. As per the reports of Manipur centre of Indian Council of Agricultural Research, last year rainfall of 1852.4mm … Continue reading Data Study: Assam reels under floods yet again, what does figures tell us?
Climate change poses a serious risk to the human survival disturbing the health, food, and an adequate standard of living of people across the world. Today, our oceans are under immense pressure dealing with 30% hike in acidity of the sea water caused by heavy emission of carbon dioxide and other greenhouse gases pumped into the air by human activity. The increasing level of sea-animal … Continue reading Discussing the climate change in Trump’s era
As per the statistics furnished by Airports Authority of India (AAI), total passenger traffic (both domestic and international) at all Indian Airports during 2016-17 (Apr’16-Feb’17) witnessed a growth rate of 18.9%. Total air cargo at all Indian Airports during 2016-17 (Apr’16-Feb’17) witnessed a growth rate of 9.3%. Main steps taken by Government for growth of air cargo are as follows: (i) The Ministry of Civil … Continue reading Growth of Air Cargo
What is e-NAM? The incumbent government launched National Agriculture Market Portal (e-NAM) to connect mandis in several states. This policy aims at improving and providing better prices to the farmers for their production . This policy by some experts is being viewed as revolution in the history of agriculture reforms in the country.[i] Under existing mandi system, the farmers get a very low share of … Continue reading e-NAM: Digitalizing the agriculture market
India has been eyeing the global space market since the late sixties and today it stands very well in the competition. With a recent feat of launching 20 satellites, it has made its mark amongst competitors like USA, Russia, China and some other private organization namely SpaceX and Arianespace. The frivolous growth is solely a product of international cooperation and a versatile space policy. As … Continue reading Review: Indian Space Policy
“A customer is the most important visitor on our premises; he is not dependent on us. We are dependent on him. He is not an interruption in our work. He is the purpose of it. He is not an outsider in our business. He is part of it. We are not doing him a favor by serving him. He is doing us a favor by … Continue reading Re-looking the consumer protection regime in India
Prime minister Narendra Modi’s recent visit to Iran marks a new beginning in bilateral relation and beyond. The trip was basket of agreement on the development of the Chabahar port and onward connectivity with Afghanistan. India is one of the biggest buyers of Iranian crude, and is set to import at least 400,000 barrels per day (bpd) from Iran this year. Iran has the world’s … Continue reading Chabahar Port Deal: Strengthening Indian ties!