Editorials, GS-3, Indian Economy, Uncategorized

No jobs in sight

Article Link With recent demands for affirmative action or job reservations for Scheduled Caste and Scheduled Tribe candidates in the private sector, debates surrounding quota have once again come to the fore. What has been suggested? Reservation in private sector has been suggested. Because providing quota in private jobs will help cool down anger among… Continue reading No jobs in sight

Big Picture, GS-3, Indian Economy, Uncategorized

FDI in E-Commerce – whom will it Benefit?

Recently government passed an order allowing 100 percent FDI in market place model of e commerce sector with some regulations and restrictions. The industry which has been growing at a phenomenal phase (1 billion $ to 14 Billion $) since few years, the 100% percent FDI in e commerce industry is welcomed with both prudence… Continue reading FDI in E-Commerce – whom will it Benefit?

Editorials, GS-2, Indian Polity, Uncategorized

Towards restorative criminal justice

Article Link Criminal Law of India is a replica of colonial times. It is hostile to the poor and the weaker sections of society. The law still serves and protects the needs of the haves and ignores the have-nots. Such biasness has resulted in rich people escaping law and the jail is more often full… Continue reading Towards restorative criminal justice

Editorials, GS-3, Indian Economy, Uncategorized

Raghuram Rajan’s pivot to liquidity management

Article Link Economists have welcomed the slew of liquidity management measures announced by RBI in its latest monetary policy, saying it will result in quicker transmission of policy rates to lending rates. Why new liquidity management measures were required? Bank lending rates have not fallen to the same extent as policy rates have. There was… Continue reading Raghuram Rajan’s pivot to liquidity management