With India having the world’s second largest population and the maximum number of poor people in the world, the Indian budget 2015 could be a turning point for the poor and the unemployed. While many have supported the budget, others have criticized it for being very ‘pro-corporate’. The Indian Budget has been more or less termed as “stable” in its approach allowing more public spending through emphasis on strategic plans that could modernize India’s infrastructure.Read More →

The new state government in Delhi, Aam Aadmi Party( AAP) has blocked retail FDI in Delhi thus disappointing many industrialist, Investors, political parties and maybe even farmers who are longing for fair prices for the products sold by them to the middlemen.The article focuses the basics of FDIs and argues the step taken by the State Government of Delhi.Read More →