GS-1, Uncategorized

Responding to rapid urban expansion

Summary: With its urban population expected to reach 600 million by 2031, India should all be geared up to encounter anurban revolution. How different will this urban revolution be? Population growth will not be in the core city. It will mainly be concentrated in semi urban or rural areas surrounding or adjacent to the core… Continue reading Responding to rapid urban expansion

Big Picture, GS-3, Indian Economy, Uncategorized

25 years of Economic Liberalisation: Where are we Heading?

Historical note It has been 25 years since Dr. Manmohan Singh as the Finance Minister of India presented a historical budget on July 24, 1991 which changed the face of economic India forever. The economic reforms embarked upon in that budget leading to economic liberalisation, privatisation and globalisation led to far reaching changes. It changed… Continue reading 25 years of Economic Liberalisation: Where are we Heading?